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Eco-Warriors 2016-17!

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Our Eco-Warriors are:

 

Red Class - Finley Rushforth-Perkins

                  Ellie Pye

 

Orange Class - Thomas Leek

                        Aria Wilkinson

 

Yellow Class - Ned Jones

                      Evie Todd

 

Green Class - Joel Ogle

                      Summer Cooper-Mascaenhas

 

Blue Class - Max Goodrum

                   Poppy Connatty

 

Indigo Class - Scarlet Taylor

                      Harry McGlynn

 

Violet Class - Jessica Lucas

                      Jayren Johnson

 

 

                      

Eco-Warriors 2015-16

We aim to promote sustainability and share ideas of how we can, as a school, all help to save electricity and water, develop biodiversity, encourage recycling, promote healthy lifestyles and gain an understanding of how our actions can effect different parts of the world.

We will meet regularly and use assemblies to inform our school of our findings and ideas.

Picture 1 Our new Eco-Warriors!

Our Eco-Warriors are

Ella Suttcliffe and Samuel Thompson - Violet Class

Lily-Mae High and Archie Girdham - Indigo Class

Jack Drewery and Chloe Bentley - Blue Class

Ethan Barnard and Bella Antcliffe - Green Class

Annabel Fletcher and Sammy Parker - Yellow Class

Isla Tomlinson and Owen Sargeant - Red Class

Saffhire Shaw and Isaac Leaning - Orange Class

16.11.15 - Eco-Warriors completed an environmental review in order to highlight our actions for the coming year. The findings were discussed and and will be used to develop our Action Plan for 2015-16.

ACTION PLAN 2015-16

 

January 2016

Recycling Paper!

To encourage all members of our school to recycle paper, our Eco-Warriors have decided to purchase special green recycling bins for every classroom. They introduced how and why these bins should be used  in assembly this week and delivered them to each classroom.

Our new paper recycling bins!

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Our new paper recycling bins! 3
Our new paper recycling bins! 4

4.2.16

Our Eco-Warriors have launched a whole school recycling scheme this week. We have asked our children to collect old textiles from home so they can taken away to be recycled. 

'Bags 2 School' recycling scheme!

'Bags 2 School' recycling scheme! 1
Summer 2016 - Our Eco-Warriors have been meeting to discuss devising an Eco-Code for our school. From their research and discussions, they have decide upon eleven key statements that reflect how we, at Bottesford Infants, help to sustain and make our world a better place. This Eco-Code will be on display and shared with all members of our school. 

Bottesford Infants Eco-Code -

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Bottesford Eco-Warriors 2015!

 

We aim to promote sustainability and share ideas of how we can, as a school, all help to save electricity and water, develop biodiversity, encourage recycling, promote healthy lifestyles and gain an understanding of how our actions can effect different parts of the world. 

Eco-Warriors will meet regularly and use assemblies to inform and pass information to everyone in our school.

 

-  16.1.15 - The Eco-Warriors have started their Environmental Review of our school. From this we can decide on the key areas we wish to develop. All the Eco-Warriors thought we were a very healthy school and that we looked after our school grounds well. We thought our school garden promoted biodiversity through our planting, growing and encouraging wildlife. 

- 20.1.15 - Eco-Warriors led an assembly encouraging all pupils and staff to save electricity in school by switching off lights, computers and projectors if they are not being used. They also gave the pupils of our school an overview of our aims and roles as Eco-Warriors. 

Picture 1 Eco-Warriors 2015!
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Our Eco-Warriors are

Orange Class - Jayden and Annabel

Red Class - Oliver and Paige

Yellow Class - Ruby and Corey

Green Class - Leo and Katie

Blue Class - Jack and Sophie

Indigo Class - Ruby and Adam

Violet Class - Daniel and Grace

20.2.15 - Action Plan discussed with Eco-Warriors and agreed upon.

6.3.15 - Research taken place to find a way to save water in school. Focus on saving water in the toilets.

8.3.15 - Eco-Warriors meet with Mrs Busby to suggest ways we can save water in the toilets. Mrs Busby agrees to purchase devices to put in the toilet that will save water when it is flushed.

Meeting with Mrs Busby about saving water in school.

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Meeting with Mrs Busby about saving water in school. 2

Eco-Warrior display

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1.5.15 - Eco-warriors meet to conduct a school check for leaky taps around school. Any leaks are reported to Mr Botfield.

5.6.15 - Eco-warriors meet with Mrs Zetterstrom to ask her to but recycled products where possible for the new school year.

24.6.15 - Eco-Warriors meet to review their targets and aims for the year. Mrs Robinson helps them evaluate their actions and updates our action plan.

Updated Action Plan

Bottesford Infant School Eco-warriors are proud to announce that we have achieved the Bronze eco-school award! Well done Eco-Warriors and all the children in our school for all your hard work! 

The Eco-warriors will now be looking ahead to our next academic year to decide on the actions we wish to pursue in the year ahead.

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