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Eco School

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St George's is a proud member of Eco-Schools, a global network that empowers students, raises environmental awareness, improves the school environment while engaging the wider local community and linking to the school curriculum. #STG_EcoSchool

Eco-Schools is a membership global network for schools to embark on a meaningful path towards improving the environment in both the school and the local community while at the same time having a life-long positive impact on the lives of young people, their families, school staff and local authorities. Membership requires the formation of a school Eco-committee led by the students and supported by staff. The eco-committee in turn coordinates the school programme of eco-projects, tracking and monitoring progress. 

Below are examples of what St George's has achieved so far:

Beyond COP 21 Symposium

 

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Students explore nature
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Forest School sessions have started at St George's Students of all ages can benefit greatly from the hands-on learning opportunities inherently present in a woodland environment.

One year of Climate Pledge
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St George's sustainability coordinator reflects on the school's accomplishments one year on from the Climate Pledge.

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A group of Secondary students attended the Arch Summit 2022 at Lux Expo in October where they heard an inspirational talk by environmentalist Sophia Kianni.
MP1 learns about food waste
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Ms Banana from Food Sharing Luxembourg visited students in Years 1 and 2 to discuss food waste and how to reduce the amount of food we waste.

Join the pumpkin rescue
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Last year Mrs Fish discovered a UK campaign encouraging us to eat our Halloween pumpkins instead of carving them, leaving them to rot outside and then throwing them away.