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Eco Rangers

Each class has two Eco-Rangers. The children are elected through a vote in their class. Engaging in this process reinforces the children’s understanding of democracy. As Headteacher, I sit on the Eco-Committee as an equal member – I would only ever overrule the committee on matters of Health and Safety.

The Eco-Committee meets in the hall every four weeks or so. The majority of what we discuss is drawn from verbal feedback to the Eco-Rangers. In addition, there are occasions where the Eco-Committee is consulted by myself or other members of staff about aspects of school improvement. All of the meetings have an agenda and minutes are taken and circulated; the Eco-Rangers use the minutes to feedback on Eco-Committee business to their class. The latest minutes are available on the right of this page. 

Recent ‘headline’ examples of the positive difference that the work of the Eco-Committee has made include: changes to the activities on the termly School Grounds Days, the planning and installation of the Platinum Jubilee Rose Garden, work to regenerate heather on our wet heathland, bulb planting.

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