Autumn Term 2015
Glasllwch Eco Council News
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Eco Council Update
- Continue to reduce the amount of non-recyclable waste
- Get our 4th green flag
- Continue to compost snack peelings and increase the amounts composted
- Continue to spread Eco issues via Eco assemblies
- Continue to recycle more plastic
- Continue to promote increasing the number of children walking to school
- Continue with walk to school week back in June which was successful last year
TBC in upcoming Eco Council selection
We are continuing to recycle any textiles, which helps to reduce waste and clutter around the school. If you have any old clothes we will be happy to have them. Instead of wasting them why not bring them in and Go eco. We can then raise the money and get more things for the school! Isn’t that great?
If you have any suggestions or ways in which you may be able to help us, please pop in and see us or send a letter addressed to the Eco Council. Diolch!
We decreased the amount of fruit and vegetable peelings going into landfill and encouraged more children to compost their healthy snack waste.
We have kept the whole school informed about looking after our school in assemblies.
This term we will be undertaking our annual Eco Council audit and our findings from this audit will contribute to the development of this year’s Eco Council School Development Plan.
We are hoping you will support us by recycling any plastic e.g. yoghurt pots or juice bottles which are brought to school in lunch boxes, by returning them home and recycling them in your green bin. This will not always be possible if items are really messy, we understand this.
To further help to reduce waste; please consider bringing and using the wrapperless lunch boxes.
Diolch yn fawr,