Eco Schools Achievement

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Information about Eco Schools Achievement

Published on June 20, 2008

Author: ICTatCSG


Camden Schoolfor GirlsEco School: Bronze : Camden Schoolfor GirlsEco School: Bronze Slide 2: Camden School for Girls has been awarded the Bronze Eco Schools Award. This is how… Slide 3: There are 7 criteria we had to meet to get Bronze. Slide 4: 1. Identify an action team ü Slide 5: Here is our action team: (busy planning) Slide 6: 2. Meet at least twice ü Slide 7: We met every week between February and May. (About 10 times) Slide 8: 3. Carry out an environmental review ü Slide 9: Here it is: KEY: Doing well So-so Must do better Slide 10: Our focus areas were: Litter Waste Water School grounds Biodiversity Transport Energy Healthy living Global perspective Slide 11: 4. Produce a basic action plan ü Slide 12: So we did  Slide 13: 5. Make progress on the action plan ü Slide 14: We did that too… Get kitchen waste and staff room teabags onto the school compost heap Develop a wildlife area Develop a kitchen garden Begin recycling paper cups from the coffee machine in the 6th form common room Begin composting tea bags and fruit peels in the 6th form common room ü ü ü ü ü Slide 15: And here are some photos to prove it… Slide 16: 6th form compost bin Slide 17: Birdbath 1 Slide 18: Birdbath 2 Slide 19: Vegetable patch (in progress) Slide 20: School compost heap Slide 21: 6. Cover environmental issues in curriculum work ü Slide 22: Environmental issues are covered in geography, science and citizenship Slide 23: 7. Get a noticeboard, webpage, newsletter ü Slide 24: We have a noticeboard We’ve written in the newsletter And even published on the CSfG website Slide 25: So there you have it… We are aBronze Eco School! Slide 27: Next year, we will be working hard to get the Silver Award Slide 28: And we’ll need your help. Slide 29: If you’re interested in being involved see Ms Butler Slide 30: Thanks to: Slide 31: Dolly Theis Slide 32: Grace Quinn Slide 33: Kessia Hammet Slide 34: Anna Babic Slide 35: Rebecca Seglow-Hudson Slide 36: Ms Bayliss Slide 37: Ms Blasberg Slide 38: Ms Butler Slide 39: Mr French Slide 40: Mr Doyland Slide 41: Mr O’Kane Slide 42: Bruno Reddy (Mr Greeny) Slide 43: This is the end… the 5 minute presentation will now start from the beginning 

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