Parsons Down Partnership have begun their journey towards becoming an Eco-School. Eco-Schools is a global environmental programme with 19.5 million children - across 67 countries - taking part. It is a pupil led programme, run by an Eco-Committee comprised of children, teachers, support staff, governors and parents. There are ten Eco-Schools topics for our Eco-Committee to consider:
In our first year, we will focus on three of these topics. The children in our Eco-Committee will decide which ones they would like to cover and how. It will be their job to take action as well as inform and involve the school community and wider public.
To find out more about our progress with Eco-Schools, please read our blog posts below.
Kyra (EYFS - Gazelle Class), Kyla (EYFS - Zebra Class), Alannah (Year 1 - Giraffe Class), Izzy (Year 1 - Zebra Class), Ava (Year 2 - Kingfisher Class), Bethan (Year 2 - Woodpecker Class), Ben (Year 3 - Elk Class), Poppi (Year 3 - Sabre Class), Frank (Year 4 - Owl Class), Lily (Year 4 - Badger Class), Toby (Year 4 - Hedgehog Class), Kai (Year 5 - Jaguar Class), Charlotte (Year 6 - Raccoon Class), Izzy (Year 6 - Eagle Class) and Joe (Year 6 - Wolf Class).
Please let us know if you would like to help or contribute in any way to our work on Eco-Schools. If you have ideas or skills that you would like to share, please contact our Eco-Coordinator directly: EcoCoordinator@pdp.w-berks.sch.uk.