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Eco-Council

Eco-Council Representatives

 

Discovery Class: Seren and Oliver

Gemini Class: Ava and Kyryn 

Mercury Class: Phoebe and Joe

Phoenix Class: Evie and Ayrton

Atlantis Class: Ilida and Riley

Apollo Class: Alexi and Ifor

Endeavour Class: Fin and Chris

Children at Woolaston Primary School shared soup made with vegetables grown in the school garden with members of WAGS, the village gardening club, on 2nd October.

Children at Woolaston Primary School shared soup made with vegetables grown in the school garden with members of WAGS, the village gardening club, on 2nd October. 1

'Waste Week' 5th-9th March 2018. Eco-council went around Woolaston during their lunch break to pick up litter.

'Waste Week' 5th-9th March 2018. Eco-council went around Woolaston during their lunch break to pick up litter.  1
'Waste Week' 5th-9th March 2018. Eco-council went around Woolaston during their lunch break to pick up litter.  2
'Waste Week' 5th-9th March 2018. Eco-council went around Woolaston during their lunch break to pick up litter.  3
'Waste Week' 5th-9th March 2018. Eco-council went around Woolaston during their lunch break to pick up litter.  4

Eco-council achieved their Bronze Award at the beginning of March for all of their effort and hard work this far. They are now working towards their Silver Award so watch this space!

Eco-council achieved their Bronze Award at the beginning of March for all of their effort and hard work this far. They are now working towards their Silver Award so watch this space! 1
Eco-council achieved their Bronze Award at the beginning of March for all of their effort and hard work this far. They are now working towards their Silver Award so watch this space! 2

We were visited by Severn Trent Water to do a whole school assembly about how to use water efficiently.

We were visited by Severn Trent Water to do a whole school assembly about how to use water efficiently. 1

We have sent an email to all teachers to encourage them to turn off their lights and projectors when they are not using their classroom. This will help us to save energy.

We have sent an email to all teachers to encourage them to turn off their lights and projectors when they are not using their classroom. This will help us to save energy. 1

On average, we drink 168 small plastic bottles of milk in school per week. That’s 6384 per year! Eco-Council have now made sure that each class recycles their bottles, and all the lids are collected to raise money for the Cat Protection Charity.

On average, we drink 168 small plastic bottles of milk in school per week. That’s 6384 per year! Eco-Council have now made sure that each class recycles their bottles, and all the lids are collected to raise money for the Cat Protection Charity. 1
If you require a paper copy of any of our documents please speak to Mrs Admans or Mrs Price in the school office who will be very happy to help. These documents are provided free of charge.
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