Our school has proudly worked hard over the fast few years to build Eco Schools topics and Fairtrade into our curriculum and ethos.
We proudly share our ideas and efforts with other schools who want to become an Eco School and Fairtrade School just like us.
We see it as part of our responsibility to our pupils as the future generation to enourage them to make a difference in the world we live in and to share our good practice with others, to make a bigger impact.
Some members of our Eco Committee have visited Thorneyholme Primary School. They wrote and delivered a Powerpoint presentation to the whole school about all that we do, and how good it makes them feel, making a difference to the world they live in and for the future. Hoping to inspire them into going for the Green Flag!
We have also hosted a visit from the Eco Committee at St. Joseph's R.C Primary School, Hurst Green. They have the Silver Flag and after seeing our website, were keen to find out what it takes to the Green Flag. We gave them a tour of the school grounds; classrooms; Eco noticeboard and we shared lots of ideas with each other.
The Eco Committee was also invited to deliver a presentation at a Fairtrade Conference in Clitheroe. As the first Fairtrade School in the Ribble Valley we jumped at the chance! We put together a Powerpoint presentation and deliverd it in front of an audience of around 80 pupils from at least 5 other local primary schools.