Academic Year 2017~2018 Eco-Warriors
Y1 & Y2 - James McDonnell, Daisy Best, Oskar Best, Taylor May.
Y3 & Y4 - Aidan Eadsforth, Ben Monaghan, Haris Khan, Zac Ashley- Rogers.
Y5 & Y6 - Reece Monaghan, Toby Bailey, Tia-Louise Bunn, Jola Ominiyi, Amelia Ridge, Ziva Rowberry, James Duncan, Rebecca Webster.
An Eco-Warrior is an individual who cares about our environment and the diversity of life forms that share it. Being an Eco-Warrior is to simply care for our environment in our daily activities and decision making.
Our team of school Eco-Warriors will work with Miss Bennett to develop our Mystical Garden.
Look for updates on this page!
Green Week - Monday 21st - Friday 25th May
This week the Eco Warriors and each year group have been thinking about ways to protect our environment. We have taken part in activities focussing on recycling, endangered animals, global warming and the effects of plastic on the environment. We have also spent some time in the Mystical Garden.
Spring has sprung in the Mystical Garden!
Our bulbs have finally grown and the Eco warriors have been busy taking seeds from last years Hollyhocks ready to sow. We have also been busy sanding and varnishing our homemade hanging basket!
The Eco Warriors are getting ready for Spring!
The Eco Warriors have been busy planting onions, potatoes and bulbs in the Mystical Garden. Hopefully we can then use the potatoes and onions in the Big Red Kitchen! We have also started our ‘Blue Hearts Campaign’, where we let a piece of land grow and develop in order to study the biodiversity.
The Eco-Warriors came third in a local pumpkin growing competition - fabulous result! We can't wait until next year to grow even bigger and better pumpkins!
The Eco Warriors have harvested the pumpkins from the Mystical Garden and have made pumpkin soup in the Big Red Kitchen!
Grandparent Gardening Week
On Thursday 30th and Friday 31st March, Coningsby St. Michael’s Primary School took part in ‘Food for Life’ Grandparent Gardening Week. This was an opportunity for grandparents to do some gardening and outdoor activities with their family. The activities included planting some seeds in our raised beds as well as decorating some flowerpots and stones in the mystical garden. It was lovely to see so many grandparents in school. The Mystical garden looks a lot tidier thanks to all of your hard work!