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Brambleside Community Primary School first registered with Eco-Schools in 2003 and were awarded their first green flag in 2005. Since then the prestigous green flag has been awarded every 2 years until 2011. Following all these years of environmental projects, linking with other schools, raising money for worthy charities and developing new activities and lessons to promote environmental education in 2012 and in 2014 Brambleside School was awarded an ambassador role with ‘Learning Outside The Classroom‘ as a specialism. Although we no longer participate in this programme in 2018 we must strive to apply all the very valuable lessons this programme taught us.
Eco-schools is an international award programme that engages children in fun, action-orientated learning in their local communities and beyond. Pupils are the driving force as they form an eco-committee and help to carry out an audit to assess the Environmental performance of the school. There are 9 Eco-Schools England topics – Energy, water, waste, biodiversity, healthy living, Global Citizenship, litter, transport and school grounds. For more information and a great source of resources to support your eco projects view Eco-Schools England and The Pod