Bronze School Status

The eco-council have been working non-stop to make St Silas a more eco friendly school and their hard work has paid off; this week the school was awarded the Bronze School Status!

 

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The Litter Fairy

Have a look at Reception’s blog to see what happened when The Litter Fairy visited.

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Healthy Schools Council

After two weeks of shortlisting and interviews from the eco-council, here are the first ever St Silas Healthy School Council. Well done!

 

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Interviewing for a Healthy Schools Council

Today the eco-council held the first round of interviews for the healthy eating council. Look at how much effort some of the children put in!

 

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Shortlisting!

Today the eco-council worked so hard with Mr Booth and Miss Dean. They used their collaboration and critical thinking skills to shortlist candidates for the healthy schools

Healthy Schools Council

We have decided to form a sub-council for the eco-council, called the Healthy Schools Council. These will work towards the Healthy Schools award, as well as hitting the healthy living part of us being an Eco School. Here the eco-council are meeting to discuss how to form the Healthy Schools Council. They are going to advertise the position, take applications, shortlist these and then interview!

 

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Healthy Eating

Today Year 4 looked at what makes a healthy lunch and designed posters encouraging their peers to eat healthily.

 

http://pe.stsilasblog.net/2016/01/11/what-makes-a-healthy-lunch/

Reward Trip

Our hardworking Eco council went on a trip to Dobbies Garden Centre as a reward for their continued efforts today. They planted their own plants, went on a trail and handled compost. They also met a very special person!
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Switch Off Fortnight

We are having Switch Off Fortnight in school where we encourage people not to waste any electricity. Here are some of our chosen monitors!
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Recycling in Reception

Look at the amazing recycling work that reception have been doing!

 

http://reception.stsilasblog.net/2015/11/15/recycling/