Our Walking Bus is going strong and ready for their daily march to school.
Our Walking Bus pausing to catch their breath on their way to school.
Over the past couple of weeks we have had a special competition to see who could make the best planter with re-used items. We have had lots of fantastic entries and have finally managed to pick our winners. Here are our winners with their prizes.
Make sure you keep a look out around school…
Even though the weather's been cold and snowy we've still been growing salad and veg in the poly tunnel for use in the school kitchen. A delicious accompliment to our school dinners.
Members of the ECO Club show off the results of their hard work - another birdhouse for the school grounds.
When I nod my head - you hit it! Mr Williams, our Site Manager and a member of the ECO Team, supervises the building of a birdhouse during tonight's meeting.
Eco Club had their first meeting of the Spring Term today. One of the activities was making 'fat balls' (a tasty combination of lard and bird seed) to feed the birds through the cold winter months. Messy but great fun!
All dressed and ready to walk to school.
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…
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.
Otley showed us which bin to put our waste in this morning during assembly.