The Eco-Committee is led by Mrs Johnstone and Miss Mankelow who meets with the committee termly to discuss Eco matters. The pupil members are drawn from Year 1 to Year 6. Each representative was chosen by his or her class via a nomination/election process.
What is Eco-Schools?
Eco-Schools is a scheme, which supports schools to raise pupils’ awareness of environmental issues through curriculum work and specific environmental projects. Click here to visit the Eco-Schools website.
The eco-schools programme links to most if not all curriculum areas. In particular, many cross-curricular issues such as citizenship, enterprise and personal, social and health education can be tackled through involvement in Eco-Schools.
It is an accredited award scheme. Schools who achieve eco-school status receive a Green Flag to display in their school. If a school achieves four Green Flags then they can be awarded permanent eco-school status. Woodstock Primary School is very proud to say that in December 2016 we were awarded our third Green Flag Accreditation.