Eco Blog


Well Done!

 

This afternoon we had our second Eco Schools Green Flag assessment. The assessor was very impressed with the children's enthusiasm and knowledge of all things Eco. We are very pleased to say that we have been awarded our second 'green flag.' Thank you to everyone who has helped us in the huge…

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 27 June 2016

Category: Eco Blog

Come on in...

Over the past few weeks the Eco team have been very busy planting and weeding in the garden. If you get to school early in a morning or wish to have a quiet reflection at the end of the day, pop into the garden and enjoy the peace and tranquility of nature.

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 20 April 2016

Category: Eco Blog

Special Visitors.

Otley showed us which bin to put our waste in this morning during assembly. 

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 29 February 2016

Category: Eco Blog

Need 4 Beads!

Coming soon from Y6... 

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Posted by Andrew Townsend on 9 February 2016

Category: Eco Blog

All ideas welcome!

In our Eco meeting we talked about the problem of traffic on Bent Spur Rd. We have contacted Bolton Council and they have asked us write a letter explaining the problems and a few suggestions to ease it. So if you have any suggestions please either write a letter or draw a picture and send it in…

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 21 January 2016

Category: Eco Blog

Harvest Time in the Eco Garden.

In the garden today our Busy Bees have been extra busy with Mrs Robinson picking the fruit that is ripe. We now have a bucketful of juicy pears to use on school dinners.

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 7 October 2015

Category: Eco Blog

First of Many!

Tonight was the first Eco meeting of the school year. We were full of ideas of how to make St Stephen's even better at being 'green' and we had a good look around the garden showing our new members the features. 

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 24 September 2015

Category: Eco Blog

New additions to the garden.

The Eco team have been busy all day helping to weave willow to construct sheep and lambs. They look absolutely gorgeous!

If you are early dropping off in a morning or early to pick up in an evening, please go and visit the Eco Garden and take a look at all our hard work.

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 24 September 2015

Category: Eco Blog

Happy Little Gardeners!

Reception Class were very busy in the garden planting lots of beautiful plants. What a difference a bit of colour makes!

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 20 April 2015

Category: Eco Blog

Dig, dig, dig!

Using the large wooden spoons and spatulas was definitely a favourite! But can you guess what we found?

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 25 March 2015

Category: Eco Blog

A musical garden.

We had great fun unpacking lots of parcels and choosing where to put them. 

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 25 March 2015

Category: Eco Blog

Busy weaving.

The Eco team were hard at work at lunchtime creating a rope screen near the compost bins.

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 25 March 2015

Category: Eco Blog

Dig, dig, dig!

We were very lucky to have some help in the garden today from parents. We had lots of bushes, plants and trees to plant. The Eco garden is starting to get some colour again and fingers crossed over the next few weeks we will start to see a lot more.

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Posted by Natalie Bostock on 20 March 2015

Category: Eco Blog