We are working on our 8th Green Flag. The Theme this year is Global Citizenship Marine Environments.
Our Green Code is
‘Don’t Throw Litter in the Sea it’s Bad for the Fish and Me.’
This year, our Green School Committee Members are:
Mr Carney, Ms NicCumhaill and Brendan, our Caretaker
1st Class: Momo & Nora
2nd Class: Rian & Orla
3rd Class: Mikey & James
4th Class: Hazel & Kane
5th Class: Laura & Conor
6th Class: Yagin & Laura
We are renewing our 7th Green Flag this year. We held our 'Day of Action' on the 3rd of February. We displayed our projects on 'Energy and Global-Citizenship' in the school foyer. Parents, teachers and pupils were invited to come to view our work on display in the foyer. Fiona Coen our environmental office also came to see our 'Day of Action' and to meet with the green schools Committee. Well done to all the classes on their wonderful work.
We are renewing our 7th green flag and the theme we are working on is Globalisation and Energy. In our school we are focusing on reducing energy consumption.
Our Green code is:
Save Energy Today
for a Brighter Tomorrow
By Cathal Monaghan 4th Class
We will hold a Day of Action on the 27th of January 2016 to increase awareness of reducing energy consumption. See the tips below on how to reduce energy consumption.
‘Live Local and think Global’ - what we do in our school and local community effects the whole world.
1. Unplug all electrical equipment