What’s the Problem? If every child in a class of 30 wrote a card for all of their classmates, there would be 870 cards written in just that one class! Imagine what the total would be for a whole school… Our Diocesan Education Service have 
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Have a look at some great ideas for how to have a greener Christmas, by maintaining the Christmas spirit, but reducing the amount of waste created by sending Christmas cards. See which one might work best for you. Christmas Cards (1)
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The Eco Council have signed us up for Switch off Fortnight. They started the two week energy saving period with an assembly, on Monday, to share information on how we can all help. During the fortnight we will all be doing our best to switch 
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This week the ‘Keen to be Green’ after school club collected up a lot of autumn leaves last week, which will rot down over time to create leaf mould. In 1 to 2 years this can be used like compost in the eco garden or 
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The PTA have taken inspiration from the Eco Council and are looking for donations of pre-loved Christmas jumpers for their Christmas Jumper Sale. If you have any Christmas jumpers that children have grown out of, or that you no longer need/want, please send them into 
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As part of the Keen to be Green after school club, Mrs Barker took the children out litter picking in our local area. The children enjoyed using our new litter picking equipment to help clear some of the litter discarded on the pavements and in 
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What a fantastic turn out at Gardening Club today, where the big focus was on our annual Autumn Clean-up. The children were very busy weeding, dead heading, cutting back, clearing the pond and collecting the last of our autumn produced (apples, tomatoes, cucamelons, rhubarb and 
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Right now, humans aren’t living sustainably: we’re taking too many resources and not leaving the world in a fit state for future generations. Old tech products are a clear example: if we throw them away, the poisonous lead and mercury inside can get into the 
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Last term judges from the Worcestershire Show School Garden competition visited the school. Some of the eco children gave them a tour of the garden and talked to them about what they had done with regards to planting, cultivating, water collection, habitat diversity etc. Last Sunday 
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This morning the Eco Council, Mrs Barker and Mrs Chatterton, visited Envirosort at Worcester, for a look round the recycling plant and a recycling workshop. The children discovered at only about 10% of what is put into recycling bins actually gets recycled in this country, 
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