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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:

Eco News

Bottle greenhouse takes shape
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Secondary students are helping to build a greenhouse made from recycled plastic bottles. The bottles are threaded onto canes and then attached to the side of the greenhouse to make the walls.

Veggie patch growing well
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The veggie patch behind the school is bursting into life, with strawberries, rhubarb, pumpkins, sunflowers, potatoes, mint and lavender all growing well.

St George's attends BNE Foire
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St George’s staff recently attended the BNE Foire, an education event that connects schools, NGOs and organisations to promote sustainability in education.

Ambassador opens outdoor classroom
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Students in Primary will be heading outside for lessons after their new outdoor classroom was opened on Earth Day (22nd April) by the British Ambassador Fleur Thomas.

Students help reforestation project
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A number of students from the Student Parliament participated in a reforestation project in Dudelange, removing dead trees and replanting new trees.