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Eco Committee

We are a small school but we know there are 12 million young people in England and if each person completed one environmental action it would make a huge difference.

Young people look at the world differently and have fantastic ideas that could help combat climate change now and in the future.

We want to encourage everyone to make better choices to protect our planet.

Belonging to the Eco Committee means we can also develop new skills, acquire lots of knowledge and gain confidence.


Eco Schools Green Flag

We are proud to have achieved an Eco-Schools Green Flag in 2022. Achieving the award was the culmination of a seven step process driven by the Eco Committee, Mrs Frost and Catherine Whitmore (our governor). They have had an enormous impact on the whole school's understanding of environmental issues and helped everyone work together on initiatives.

Click on the link further down the page to visit the Eco Schools website.

The arrival of our clothing recycling bin!

2nd on the Great Battery Hunt leader board! January 2024

Eco Schools Green Flag Award 2023 - read the wonderful feedback following our Eco Schools Award application

Battery Hunt Update - 8921 batteries collected so far by our community!

Creating a Wildlife Area 

The Eco Committee are creating a wildlife area to improve the school grounds and improve biodiversity. We also hope it will educate the school about how they can support biodiversity, especially wildlife, and care for our local environment.


Step 1

Choose an area. We have chosen the pond area because it has not been looked after so is overgrown and full of rubbish.



Step 2

Create a plan - in our committee meeting we grew aerial plans of the area and planned the what we needed to improve and introduce.


Step 3

Clear the pond and clear the area.


Update to parents

March Battery Count Underway - 2634 batteries this month!

Sewing our wild flower garden to attract insects and birds to the school grounds

Alex Barker talking to Eyke Parish Council about the importance of recycling batteries

Making bird feeders to encourage biodiversity

Our Bird Watch Assembly