☰ Norfolk House Goes Green!

Norfolk House Goes Green!

Posted on: October 3rd 2013

The leaves are turning and Norfolk House is turning over a new leaf with the help from Eco-club!

The club have just started meeting at 3.20pm on a Wednesday, but have already come up with loads of fantastic ideas to help make our school a more energy efficient, sustainable and pleasant place to be.

The club have written a mission statement to explain their plans for this term:Eco-Club Mission Statement Autumn 2013 We want to stop wasting electricity in Norfolk House School.We want to stop wasting food.We want to have more recycling bins around the school and in the playground.We want to have Eco Monitors who will help children be green.We want a compost bin for all the unwanted food.We want to grow more things in our playground like vegetables.By Alex, Felix, Amelia, Charlotte W., Charlotte P., Luke, Sophie and AntoniaThis half term, the team have decided to focus on rubbish in our playground by raising awareness of how to keep our playground free of litter and by organising new recycling bins. They have also decided on a club logo and motto to help advertise their ideas and will be speaking in assemblies soon to spread their green message!

Miss Milligan

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