In Aug 2019 Edition of the ECO newsletter Healthy living is looked at in detail. Click on the link or on the picture to read more.

At the start of term members of the eco -club voted on what new topics they would like the school to work on as part of their eco-schools’ involvement. Members voted for the topics “biodiversity” and “marine”.

In November the school applied for it’s Green Flag award. We
had a visit from a local Green Flag Inspector. The children
enjoyed showing her around the school and telling her about
all the things we have done over the last year to make the
school even more eco-friendly. We now have achieved Green
Flag status. This term we continued to work on the 3 topics of
Litter, Healthy Living and Waste. Next term we will choose at
least 2 new topics to focus on.

This term pupils have continued to participate in the Eco Schools scheme. The school have now gained their silver award and are working towards being awarded Green Flag status. The Eco Club have composed a rhyming Eco Codefor the school.

The ECO Club April 2018

In January Immanuel Christian School registered to take part in the Eco-Schools scheme. This is a global programme across 67 countries. The aim of the scheme is to empower children to improve their environmental awareness and improve their school environment. There are 7 topics covered in the eco school scheme these are Biodiversity, Energy, Litter, Waste, Water, School Grounds, Healthy Living, Transport and Global Citizenship. This term we have been working on three of these topics - Healthy living, Litter and Waste.

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