Pupils take key roles in decision-making and participation in order to reduce the environmental impact of the school. In this way, Eco-Schools extends learning beyond the classroom and develops responsible attitudes both at home and in the wider community.
One element of the Eco-Schools Programme is the establishment of an Eco-Committee – the driving force of the project. This is made up of pupils, staff, governors and parents who encourage the involvement of all members of the school community. The Eco-School committee process provides a useful model for effective communication and decision-making.
Meet our ECO committee 2016-2017:
|Andrew Hart Year 6 – Chairman||Neve Blackmore Year 4||Harrison Morgan Year 2|
|Kate Beynon Year 6 – Secretary||Tyler Buckley Year 3/4||Sienna Foster Year 2|
|Cameran Isaac Year 6 – Treasurer||Arron Hughes Year 3/4||Preston Francis Year 1/2|
|Jacob Malka Year 5||Reagan Pointer Year 3||Jac Taylor Year 1/2|
|Tyler Blackmore Year 5||Hollie Hart Year 3||Zacharia Meah Year 1|
|Shayne Llewellyn Year 4||Rosie Butterfield Rainbow Rooms||Elyse Rogers Year 1|