Pupils at Bradley Primary School have been awarded a coveted Eco-
Schools Green Flag recognising their amazing work in making their school more environmentally friendly and raising eco-awareness in fellow pupils.
Eco-Schools is an international education programme that prompts young people to explore sustainability and climate change and take action.
Pupils at Bradley Primary School collaborated with Mrs Bowie and Miss Fisher to conduct an environmental review, assessing how eco-friendly their school is.
They reviewed everything from the school’s recycling practices, to energy usage, to how environmental themes are
covered in classrooms. Building on their findings, the pupils and teachers planned a year of activities that would up their green-credentials.
Eco-Schools England Manager, Adam Flint, said: “Earning an Eco-Schools Green Flag Award
takes passion, commitment and a desire to make a difference. Pupils should be proud of
their great work. They’re an inspiration and it makes us feel heartened and positive about
the future of our planet.”
To learn more about Eco-Schools head to www.eco-schools.org.uk