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Eco Warriors 2021-22

Our Eco Warriors carried out an electricity audit across the school to record how many devices were on, off or on standby at the end of a school day. They look forward to sharing their findings with the whole school in their Switch Off Fortnight assembly!

Our Eco Warriors presented the Switch off Fortnight campaign in assembly to the whole school and shared useful tips on how to save energy!

Our Eco Warriors decided to plan an non-electricity day for the whole school participate in and they named their event 'A Day in the Dark'. All children were encouraged to bring their own torch to school. The Eco Warriors carried out their second electricity audit around the school and noticed a real difference in the amount of electricity used.

Our Eco Warriors wished to carry out a lunch time litter pick once a week with Mrs Croft. They have been doing a fantastic job at keeping our school grounds litter free!

Planet Under Pressure

In Year 5 the children have been focusing on their topic 'Planet Under Pressure' and as an Art project with Miss Lydon, the children created art sculptures to depict the effect of plastic in our oceans and that of the sea creatures which live in and around our waters. Art sculptures are a great way to recycle our plastic items!

Eco Warriors 2020-21

Environmental Review

Action Plan 1.4.21

Meeting Minutes

'Protect our Planet and Wildlife' Superhero!

World Bee Day 2021

Wow! We had so many wonderful entries for the World Bee Day competition.

We were very impressed with the level of thought, creativity and effort that went into your entries. Thank you to everyone who entered, well done! 


Congratulations to our winner Skyla and two runner up entries Barney and Millie!

We hope you enjoy planting your wildflower seeds to help protect our amazing pollinators.

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Busy Bees

You see them when it's warm outside, hanging out in flowers and working away. Bees! Check out what these buzzing insects are up to, and how you can tell the ...

Imagine a world without bees...

More than 75 % of the world's food crops rely on pollination. Without bees, we wouldn't have these nutritious foods. Bees play an essential role in keeping u...


The Great British Spring Clean 2021 - Make Your Pledge

To launch the start of our Great British Spring Clean 2021 campaign we're calling on everyone up and down the country to make your pledge today.

Our Eco Warriors were featured in The Daily Mail for their efforts in the Great British Clean event...

Wembury Beach Clean 27.6.21

Children from year 3 and 4 took part in a beach clean event which was organised by Miss Vincent and sponsored by the campaign Surfers against Sewage. The children found various objects such as plastic cups, pieces of clothing, glass bottles, cutlery and crisp packets. Thank you to all of those who participated in this event - you are making real a difference! 

Our Eco Warriors created litter posters for our school grounds...

A Whale's Tale | Hope Works

A whale helps smaller sea creatures who are trapped in plastic waste. On land a young boy seeks support to clear the sea in his area. Fishermen come to his a...


To help save energy, our Eco warriors created wonderful pom-pom sea creatures for their teachers, to remind them to turn off their computer monitors at the end of each day. 


Plastics - how are they recycled?

See how plastic bottles can be recycled and what they can be turned into. This animation showing how plastic bottles can be recycled is brought to you by rec...

Life of a Plastic Bottle

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