Our Eco Team is called Envirominnies.  We have a meeting once a week and everyone can attend.  We aim to look after the environment around us and hope to encourage other people to do so as well.  Last year, we started a campaign to persuade other schools to use glass milk bottles instead of plastic bottles. We made posters, and a big turtle made out of plastic bags which is currently on our Eco board.  We also wrote letters to Harriet Baldwin (MP) and she replied.  Once a term, we have an Eco Morning about different environmental issues.


Aron’s Pollution in Evesham Video

During  the Christmas holidays, one of our enthusiastic Envirominnies made a short film about pollution in Evesham. 

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More Lost Words

This term our focus has been on the beautiful book, The Lost Words by Robert MacFarlane and Jackie Morris. Inspired by their work, we have created a sequel which includes the Flora and Fauna that we see around us.  You will be able to see a sample of the work produced and the new song […]

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Plastic is NOT fantastic

In March the whole school worked together discovering the danger that the use of plastic is having on the environment.  As a result, the children started a campaign to encourage other schools to change their supply of school milk in plastic poly bottles to pint glass bottles, thus reducing the amount of plastic going to […]

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Waste Awareness Day

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African Bag Garden

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Paper Bricks, Eco day 22nd Sept

Following on from our first meeting, Freya & Esme made a recycled paper brick to show the group. They also researched recycled bottle greenhouses, and Scarlett collected piles of recycled paper. During the lunchtime, we attempted burning the brick and prepared our paper pulp. Read more>> Recycled paper bricks

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Eco Day 24th November

This term’s Eco day was inspired by the work of the Wombles and the theme of the morning was ‘The journey of a milk bottle’. We worked in house groups and discussed waste management in school, in the village, in the county and beyond. Then we discovered what items are recycled in the Wychavon area, […]

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