St. Paul's Catholic Primary School

Eco Council

St. Paul’s, was assessed by the Eco-Schools’ panel and reached the required standard to receive our first Green Flag Award.

The Eco-Schools programme empowers pupils, raises environmental awareness, improves the school environment and can also lead to financial saving. Being an active member of the programme will be something our pupils will hopefully remember for the rest of their life.

The programme focuses on ten important environmental topics, of which, over the year, we focused on numbers 1, 2, 5, 7 and 9 (Please refer to our action plan for more details):

  1. Biodiversity
  2. Energy
  3. Global Citizenship
  4. Healthy Living
  5. Litter
  6. Marine
  7. School Grounds
  8. Transport
  9. Waste
  10. Water

Now we have achieved our first Green Flag, and our school will continue in the programme to work on our focus areas and look for ways to promote other environmental issues and bring the whole school and its wider community on the journey with the aim to successfully retain the flag when reassessed.

St. Paul’s is excited about our eco-journey and where we are heading. We are focusing on the recycling of paper throughout the whole school. We are composting food waste into our rolly pig and mole. We are also keeping our school site clean, litter picking. 


 St Paul's Eco codeEco Garden Blessing

 Eco Council Meeting Minutes 

Eco-Committee Meeting Minutes 10th October 2022

Eco-Committee Meeting Minutes 15th November 2022

Eco-Committee Meeting Minutes 17th January 2023

We are proud to announce that St. Paul’s Catholic Primary School have been crowned Fishkeeper Fry School of the Year 2022 and were presented with a fantastic 168 litre aquarium and cabinet for our Reception area, medals and a silver trophy.