The Eco-council is made up of children from Years 1-6. They meet every Wednesday after school to discuss ways to make Middlestown School more eco-friendly, e.g. by ensuring that each class has a paper recycling bin, and they also look after the school garden.
What does Eco-Council do?
So far the team have provided each class with a paper bin that they empty every week, planted fruit trees, created a bug hotel and litter picked around the school area and Middlestown. This half term we are focusing on clearing the flower beds and planting flowers and vegetables in them for us to eat!
The children from Eco-council regularly litter pick the school grounds and Middlestown. Check out these pictures below!