Our members for 2016/17
Planets - Mylo, Tabehre
Comets - Mark, Freddie
Stars - Tia-Marie, Metjus
Switch Off Fortnight is here.
The Eco Councillors began the week by carrying out a survey around the school. They were looking to see which electrical devices had been left on, left on stand by or had been turned off.
They will spend the next fortnight encouraging the school community to 'switch off'.
At the end they will repeat the survey to see the impact of their work.
Switch Off Fortnight is running from 14th Novemeber to the 27th November.
Schools across the country will be taking part in this national energy saving campaign.
Watch this space for more details on how the Earith School Eco Council will be taking part.
We will be holding elections for our new Eco Council during the week beginning 19th September.
If you are interested in joining the Eco Council please prepare a short presentation to persuade your class to vote for you.
I am looking forward to working with the new Eco Council this year.
This week the Eco Council have been busy at lunchtime carrying out the birdwatch survey as part of the RSPB's Big Schools' Bird Watch. They will enter the results of the survey onto the RSPB's website.
The children in Eco Council were so enthusiastic about spotting and identifying the different birds they could see in the school grounds. Well Done Eco Council.
We have had our first Eco Council meeting of the New Year. We will shortly be taking part in the RSPB's Big Schools' Birdwatch, collecting information about the birds in the school grounds. Later in the term we will be taking part in Waste Week, thinking about reducing, reusing and recycling.
Happy New Year and welcome back. This term the Eco Council will be taking part in the RSPB's Big Schools' Birdwatch.