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Eco Helpers Update 9th July
The Eco Team were busy this week making their display in the sports hall. Key Stage Two children researched how we can help save the planet. Key Stage One children looked at how long different types of material take to decompose! They also put information up on which bin to use for different materials.
Eco Helpers Update 2nd July
The Eco Team used litter pickers this week to pick up litter around the school. They found various bits of litter, including plastic wrappers. They did such a fantastic job of cleaning up our school and were so proud of how the school looked afterwards. Thank you Eco Team!
Eco Helpers Update 8th November
Thank you again to the Eco helpers and Mrs Hinder for working on the plant beds in the trim trail area this week.
Eco Helpers Update 25th October
This week, Mrs Hinder came in to support the Eco Warriors again. They worked so hard to dig out the flowerbeds; getting rid of weeds and preparing the area for planting new things soon! A massive thank you again to Mrs Hinder.
Eco Helpers Update 18th October
A big thank you to Mrs Hinder for volunteering to help our Eco Helpers this week!
Eco Helpers Update 11th October
The new eco group has been assembled and eco boards updated! Now the hard work begins.
The children will be encouraging recycling and saving energy plus looking after the garden area.
Please remember that we have a crisp packet recycling scheme. The crisp packet box is in the hall and you are welcome to bring packets in to school to recycle.
Ask Mrs Dann if you are unsure where the box is.
At East Hoathly and Chiddingly Primary schools, we believe that it is everyone’s responsibility to take care of our environment and encourage sustainability. We encourage all our children to be eco-friendly and leading them are our fabulous Eco-Warriors. These children applied for the job and children who submitted thoughtful and interesting applications were appointed. Their responsibilities include making sure lights are turned off, recycling, litter picking, gardening and saving resources wherever possible. Both schools have won a number of awards for our work, including Ashden, Woodland Trust and Eco-Schools. We look forwards to this year’s groups taking on the challenge.