Here at Holy Trinity CE Primary School we strive to look after the environment and encourage everyone to be as eco-friendly as possible. Each year a new team of eco-warriors is selected from Years 1 to 6 who are supported by some of our members of staff. The Eco Council help the school make decisions and generate ideas for future planning, to increase the school's awareness of how we can be even more considerate of our world.
The eco council meet once every half term, and are striving to achieve the green flag Eco Schools award. Eco-Schools is an environment education programme that guides schools on their sustainable journey through 9 key areas; energy, water, biodiversity, school grounds, healthy living, transport, litter, waste and global citizenship.
NEW! Holy Trinity GoWild!
Holy Trinity GoWild is a brand new club, which invites all pupils to take part in GoWild challenges throughout the year. The aim is to encourage children to engage in Eco activities in the local community, and for their Eco work to be shared and valued at school. Lots of these activities will be outdoors, promoting healthy lifestyles and engagement with nature.
New activities will be set termly, and will address the Eco-Schools curriculum: energy, water, biodiversity, school grounds, healthy living, transport, litter, waste and global citizenship. The Eco council will help to develop these activities, and any new ideas from other pupils in school will be welcomed.
When children have completed at least 2 activities, they should e-mail evidence to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring evidence to school on dates stated on termly Eco information sheets. Certificates will be awarded to children who have completed at least 2 activities at the end of each term.