18 July 2012
The environmental review led Great Sankey Primary School to develop their wildlife garden. Pupils decided to do a "Big Tidy Up" and gardening club. The project has even led to the school developing a new fruit and vegetable patch.
17 July 2012
Bewsey School primary pupils are showing that they "Love where they live". They have decided to involve the whole school in litter picking and monitoring, in order to improve their school grounds.
16 July 2012
Queen Elizabeth II High School use new technology to reduce school's paper use and use old paper to create gifts, gardening supplies and even greener fuel for the elderly in their community.
09 July 2012
Twycross House School regenerate their school grounds and pond with solar power. A solar powered pond brings many benefits to both the school grounds and the curriculum.
06 July 2012
St Cuthbert’s develop a wildlife garden and Mini Beast Motel to create a wild space within their urban setting. It's now used as a safe area for their children to observe wildlife and has enhanced different areas of the curriculum.
03 July 2012
Queen Elizabeth II High School cover five topics with their tREe CYCLE project. They are reducing their carbon emissions from transport, offseting the rest by planting trees and even created a bike shed from old plastic bottles.
27 June 2012
St James C of E Primary School develop their school grounds, with aims to use the space to promote pupil's personal development, learning and enjoyment. The whole school have worked together to integrate their school grounds into the curriculum.
22 June 2012
Driffield Infants School compete to create Robot and Scarecrow mascots for their Eco-Schools work.
21 June 2012
Greenwood Primary's whole school commitment to getting their Green Flag. They show how working with others can help you achieve your aims.
18 June 2012
Gibside Special School help provide clean water for their partner school in Tanzania