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School and Eco Council trip to ABC Council to meet the Mayor

We’d like to thank the Eco Council from Sept-Feb for all their hard work.

Pupils from P1 - P7 planting some new bulbs and seeds

Meet our Eco Council

Our Eco Council Aim:


To indorse children’s health and well-being by promoting active journeys to school and educating the whole school on being eco friendly and healthy habits.   

This year we are renewing our Green Eco Flag.

We have formed an Eco-Committee to plan and manage all our activites.

This committee includes pupil representatives from P4 - P7 who were voted for by their respective classes.

Please find important information below. 

Primary 4 pupils have been studying life cycles through their Literacy topic. We ended our topic off with the life cycle of a sunflower and planted our own sunflowers. Over the next few weeks we will watch them grow.

Nursery children were welcomed back to school this week with their own flower shop. The boys and girls will be perfect for helping out with our Eco-club, planting and looking after the flowers around the school 🌹💐🌻

Well done and thank you to the Eco Council for the renewal of our Green Flag. We are very proud of our council and also all the children in the school for helping us to gain our new flag!!

This week we started making bird feeders out of PVA glue and lollipop sticks. Next week we will finish the feeders off, put bird feed in them and put them on the trees around the school for the birds

Yesterday was the start of our after school Eco-Club! Our task for the next two weeks is to clean out the greenhouse in preparation for planting herbs in a few weeks time. Next week the children will be in the greenhouse organising the layout and structure!

Eco Club Support the Fight Against Polio


The Eco club had the pleasure of helping the Rotary Club plant 1500 crocus bulbs in support of the fight against Polio. Each member of the Eco team assisted with the preparation and planting of the bulbs and will tend to them over the coming months in the hope of seeing a sea of purple buds in late February.