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Eco Club

Eco Club Assembly February 2019

Eco Club did a wonderful whole school assembly about the important issue of 'Rubbish and Recycling'. We talked about keeping Wescott tidy, how we should always put rubbish in the bin and about what recycling is. They showed their fabulous posters which will be going up and around the school and even sang a couple of songs all about 'Recycling' and how it's 'Good to be Green'. Keep up the great work!

Friday 15th February 2019

Eco Club met today at lunchtime to decide on where to put up their posters to remind others of putting rubbish in the bin and recycling. We also went outside into the Foundation Stage garden and hung some new coconut bird feeders up. Well done to the green team - a job well done!

Eco Club is run by Mrs Taylor and in the Autumn Term consists of two children from each Year 1 and Year 2 class. 

We try and meet most Fridays at lunchtime. Our focus this term is litter picking, feeding the birds and being creative with recycled materials. Welcome Eco-Warriors!

 Ethan and Sophie in Cedar.

 Luke and Sophie in Willow.

Ruby and Maisie in Maple.

 Oliver and Ellie in Sycamore class.

October 2019

The new members of Eco Club (Autumn Term) all met at lunchtime today and discussed future projects which they would like to take part in. They had lots of great ideas. Last Friday morning the children all stood up and introduced themselves to the rest of the school during the whole school assembly. The new eco club were also given their special Eco Club badges. We are looking forward to next week's first task of litter picking around the school grounds!


Friday 11th October 2019

Eco Club were busy at lunchtime today walking round the school grounds and picking up litter. We found lots of different types of rubblish such as sweet wrappers, plastic packaging, bits of foil and even an old cotton bud. The children enjoyed sorting the litter into which ones could be recycled and worked collaboratively together. Well done eco-warriors, you are helping to keep Wescott tidy! 

Wednesday 27th March 2019

This week in Eco Club the children were shown information about how Sea Turtles are becoming endangered due to plastic pollution in our seas. The children all gave some wonderful ideas of how this could be stopped. We then made our own sea turtles using recycled egg boxes. 

Friday 17th May 2019

The new Eco Club for the Summer term met and talked about how to encourage bees and butterflies. They learnt all about sunflowers and how they were great at attracting these types of insects. Each member planted their own and will be taking them home soon to look after. Well done children!

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