Greetings to all parents and carers from the Eco Club
KS1 Eco club started at the infants and we have already been making changes for the better. The children started by discussing what being a green school means and how we could do this.
Wednesday 10th November, they planted some bulbs in the pots around Butterfly and Ladybird classes. They also put in some pretty winter pansies which should brighten the area during the coming months.
They finished by putting pansies into the hanging baskets outside the front of the school and I am sure the children will point them out to you.
Thank you to the Eco club for starting so enthusiastically and I am sure you will hear more about us over the next few months.
Remember children, keep recycling the extra paper, plastic and other reusable products to help our planet. Thank you everyone.
Please send any small glass jars to Dragonflies class so we can decorate them.
From Mrs Drew
Year 1 had a great time walking to school. Many of us took the opportunity to join the walking buses on or near Dallow Road. We also enjoyed competing against each other as each class walked around the block waving at the neighbouring residents as they cheered us on!
Butterflies Class were the winners and they are very proud of their achievement 😊
Year 2 really enjoyed Walk to School Week. Lots of children tried hard to walk to school every day in order to keep themselves healthy. We had a year group competition to see who could walk around the local area in the quickest time. Well done Hedgehogs, you were our winners.
At Foxdell we have a 'Green Team.'
We work together with our school to look after our school, our community and our world.
At school we are focussing on Recycling, Electricity and Water.
We are finding ways to:
We also hope to do things for our community and our world.
Please have a look at what we are doing and see if you can help to.
Paper copies of information on this website are available upon request.