Eco Committee Update
Eco Committee News
All About Reading!
Get Caught Reading in Unusual Places
This term Eco Committee’s activities have been all about reading. The Get Caught Reading in Unusual Places contest was a huge success. Staff and students submitted pictures of them getting caught reading in a wide range of unusual places. Our contest winners, as chosen by Mr Atkinson, are Antonina from Base 1 and Mr Griffiths. Thank you to everyone who participated in the contest.
World Book Day and Eco Committee Book Swap
Thank you to everyone who brought either an unwanted book or £1 in to school on World Book Day. All the books were used for the annual Eco Committee Book Swap. All the children and staff had fun choosing a new book to take home. Some chose books to enjoy themselves, while other chose books to read with parents or to read to younger siblings. Amber, Jaya and Kasey from Base 9 worked with Mrs Taylor, using the photographs and video footage from the Book Swap day to create a fantastic video which will be featured on the school website. Follow the link below to our Book Swap video.
We continue to work hard to reduce our food waste in school. This term we brought our food waste back to school from our Reception Class school trip to Shrewsbury Museum. We then put this food waste into our purple topped bin that is used to separate out our school dinners food waste. All the empty water bottles were brought back to school for recycling
A big thank you from me, and from the entire Eco Committee, to everyone who supported our activities this half-term.