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Carnarvon Primary School

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Carnarvon Primary School

Eco Schools

Meet our Eco Council, along with Recycle Reg and Devil Dave, our Eco Mascots. They all work hard to ensure all our children are eco-friendly in the classroom and out on the playground.

Meet our Eco Council, along with Recycle Reg and Devil Dave, our Eco Mascots.   They all work hard to ensure all our children are eco-friendly in the classroom and out on the playground. 1
Meet our Eco Council, along with Recycle Reg and Devil Dave, our Eco Mascots.   They all work hard to ensure all our children are eco-friendly in the classroom and out on the playground. 2 Meet our Mascots, Recycle Reg and Devil Dave
Meet our Eco Council, along with Recycle Reg and Devil Dave, our Eco Mascots.   They all work hard to ensure all our children are eco-friendly in the classroom and out on the playground. 3 Meet Detective Dan - he solves all Eco problems!
Meet our Eco Council, along with Recycle Reg and Devil Dave, our Eco Mascots.   They all work hard to ensure all our children are eco-friendly in the classroom and out on the playground. 4 Compost Chloe - the best bin for fruit/veg waste

Welcome to our Eco Schools web page.  Carnarvon is proud to be an eco friendly school both inside our classrooms and outside using our beautiful grounds.  Our Eco Council meets regularly to plan activities and undertake projects to educate the children here at school.  We have also agreed our Eco School Motto:  An Eco Way to Save the Day and regularly review our Action Planning to agree new strategies and targets.

Through the weekly newsletter you will receive regular updates on our progress and new initiatives which you may be able to support us with. The Eco Schools programme covers nine areas:  School Grounds, Biodiversity, Global Citizenship, Energy, Water, Waste, Litter, Transport and Healthy Living.  Schools entering the programme gain a Bronze, Silver and, ultimately, a Green Flag award through an assessment process.  The Assessor looks to see work in all 9 areas throughout the school including integration into the curriculum.

We work hard on our outdoor learning environments to create colourful, exciting and interesting areas that provide habitats for wildlife and where we can grow our own fruit and vegetables.  It's also lots of fun!

 

During December 2015 we passed our third re-assessment and were awarded our  Eco Schools 'Green Flag' for another two years.

On this page you can find photographs, information and see slideshows of what we do.

 

Look at what Eco activities we have been up to this year.

The children all took part in Green Day on Friday 7 July 2017. Each class took part in an Eco Activity of their choice and dressed in one item of green clothing. The children had a great day!

The children all took part in Green Day on Friday 7 July 2017.  Each class took part in an Eco Activity of their choice and dressed in one item of green clothing.  The children had a great day! 1 Foundation - Collecting materials and movable art
The children all took part in Green Day on Friday 7 July 2017.  Each class took part in an Eco Activity of their choice and dressed in one item of green clothing.  The children had a great day! 2 Yr 3 - Making an Eco Snakes and Ladders Game
The children all took part in Green Day on Friday 7 July 2017.  Each class took part in an Eco Activity of their choice and dressed in one item of green clothing.  The children had a great day! 3 Yr 4 - Mini garden making using outside materials
The children all took part in Green Day on Friday 7 July 2017.  Each class took part in an Eco Activity of their choice and dressed in one item of green clothing.  The children had a great day! 4 Yr 5 - Pond dipping and sketching
The children all took part in Green Day on Friday 7 July 2017.  Each class took part in an Eco Activity of their choice and dressed in one item of green clothing.  The children had a great day! 5 Yr 5 - Mini beast hunting

Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by!

Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 1 Eco Noticeboard
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 2 Meet Recycle Reg and Devil Dave
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 3 We recycle paper and card in our blue bins
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 4 We recycle pens in the classroom
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 5 Eco Class Time with Year 5 - Making Eco Mascots
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 6 Selling our Fruit from the Orchard
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 7 Eco Class Time with 3D building Bug Hotels
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 8 Lunchtime Gardening Club
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 9 Looking after our garden plots
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 10 Empty Classroom Day Y4 sport - June 2016
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 11 Empty Classroom Day Y3 den building - June 2016
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 12 Empty Classroom Day Y3 fun - June 2016
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 13 Package Free Lunch - May 2016
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 14 Healthy Eating Assembly - March 2016
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 15 Eco Rap Assembly - December 2015
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 16 Our recyclable Greenhouse made out of bottles
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 17 Eco Bling - we recycled jewellery to sell
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 18 Halloween Garden mayhem in October 2015
Our Eco School - pictures from years gone by! 19 Halloween Garden madness in October 2015
Non-uniform day is on Wednesday 18th October, to raise money for the Rosie-May Foundation..................£1 per child for non-uniform and 20p each to buy a cake............Cake sale after school for parents..................
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