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Welcome to the Eco Team

Our team is a mixture of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children. Being a member of this team is fun and exciting. There are lots of activities and campaigns for us to get involved in.

Mrs Ashton and Mrs Hunt help organise the team but all the ideas and suggestions come from us.

We know that it is important that everybody works well together and respects each other’s ideas.  The eldest children in the group are encouraged to support the younger ones so that everybody has a good time.

Meetings are held every third Friday lunch time in Class 5.

Some ideas we have had so far include; looking at recycling, studying wildlife, repairing, reducing and re-using, learning about nature and the world’s oceans.

Some children have roles within the team for instance; a switch off monitor - to ensure that lights are switched off when their classroom is vacant, a waste watcher- who will make sure that recycling is carried out within each class and a water monitor to check that taps are switched off properly and that water is not being wasted.


Earth Hour 2016

The giant celebration for our amazing planet!

At 8.30pm on Saturday 19th March, hundreds of millions of people from across the world will switch off their lights to show they care about the future of our brilliant planet. WWF’s Earth Hour is a time for us all to think about why we love the planet and how we can make a difference together and as individuals. It’s not about how much energy is saved during the hour-it’s a chance to inspire millions across the world to live more sustainably.

We would like as many families as possible to switch off their lights for one hour at 8.30pm on Saturday 19th March. Nearly 5,000 schools took part last year-that’s 2.2 million pupils getting involved and celebrating the reasons we love our planet!

Last year in the UK 10.4 million people took part in celebrating Earth Hour. The lights went out at Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral, Manchester’s Old Trafford, Brighton Pier and Blackpool Tower. In Wales over 30 landmarks went dark and in Scotland The Kelpies and Edinburgh Castle switched off their lights. People switched off from the Shetland Isles in the far North to Jersey in the south.

172 countries and territories took part, over 1,400 landmarks went dark-including Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building.

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Current Projects

At the moment we are looking for ways to feed wild life throughout the winter. We have made apple hedgehogs and nut bagels.

Our Eco Team 

Eco Team


Carlie Chan                                      

Kaylar Sykes                                                       

Christopher Butterfield                                    

Megan Houghton                                              

Lois Hunt

Lola Cannon

Imogen Fearnley

Aliza Dobson

Callum Waterhouse

Seth Barton

Isabelle Simons

Thomas Nutter

Paige De-Blick

Jayden Burney

Ryan Halligan

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