The Eco Committee aims to develop environmental sustainability in our school. The committee includes two representatives from each KS2 class, a teacher and lunchtime supervisor.
The committee members have weekly routines where they recycle paper, reuse paper, compost tea bags, recycle plastic, tin and glass, collect batteries, stamps, crisp, biscuit wrappers and pens for recycling.
The committee runs a big project each year. Recently this has included learning about bees, plastic waste and climate change. We have just added 300 trees – one per pupil – to our school site.
Our next project is looking towards adding solar panels to the school roof.
Rod Evans visited Llanidloes Primary School last week to share what’s in a Shelterbox with KS2 pupils. This charity sends boxes to displaced people all around the globe. They may be suffering from war or natural disasters. The boxes provide food, shelter, warmth, water purification and cooking facilities for those in need. Year 3/4 hope… Read more »
Llanidloes Primary and High schools have a rich history of promoting excellent stewardship of the environment. The Llanidloes Schools Federation has now committed to taking this work to the next level. Both schools have received the highest Platinum Green Flag Awards for their Eco work. Pupils and staff have engaged in wide-ranging projects to promote… Read more »
On Saturday 18th January the eco-committee joined many community groups from Llanidloes to promote ‘zero carbon’ , energy solutions for our town. The pupils spoke to members of the public, about the dangers of pollution when car engines are left idling. They asked visitors to pledge towards making an effort for walking and avoiding driving… Read more »
Llongyfarchiadau! We have been awarded the Eco Schools’ Green Flag Platinum renewal. Congratulations to Mrs Stead and the eco committee for all their hard work.