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World Turtle Day

Outdoor club planting wildflower seeds

Outdoor club checking the biodiversity of our school grounds

The Eco Art Club are reusing crisp packets to make picture frames.

Thank you to the Princes Trust volunteers who helped tidy up and improve our outdoor area, you did a great job!

Improving the habitats in our outdoor area.

Growing Strawberries

Some children in Year 5 have been doing a mini project on litter this term linked with Surfers Against Sewage Plastic Free Schools mission. They have been out litter picking each week, keeping the school grounds tidy. They did a litter pick on the beach and have been learning about the effects litter has on humans and animals in our environment. They have written letters to their local MP about the amount of rubbish in the area, thought about solutions to the problem, and are now thinking about how to challenge some of the industries about their use of single use plastics. They have also interviewed our Eco Schools Coordinator on how we can commit to removing at least 3 single use plastic items from our classrooms. Well done Year 5 you have been great!

We like to keep our outside area tidy and plant our own vegetables.

In Year 1 we have been learning about plants and making out own planters by reusing plastic bottles.

We've now finished our project with Birla High School in Kolkatta India. Here are some of our eco bookmarks highlighting the difference between environmental issues in India and the UK. We also met with the children in India through a live weblink.

Year 2 have been reading and answering questions all about plastic pollution xx

Having fun junk modelling in Year 1

Year 1 have been practising cosmic yoga

Year 5 India Project - Here are some pictures of our PowerPoint exchange with Birla High School in Kolkata, India

Year 4 Beach Clean

Year 5 have been creating mother earth book marks