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Eco-Schools

Two Wheel Thursday is here! Each and every Thursday, children from all year groups are encouraged to ride, scoot or walk to school. Once again, the school councilors were an excellent help. Here are some photos of our extremely successful first day! In total, 145 children either rode, or scooted to school. What a start! Let's keep it up Buswells!

This week, the School Council spent two days planting around 350 tress on our school field. They worked alongside several members of the Woodland Trust team and were also filmed, photographed and interviewed for their promotional materials. What a busy and exciting couple of days!

On Monday 9th December, we held our 'Bike To School Day' with Chris from SUSTRANS. As you can see, it was a HUGE success! Well done to the prize winners: Hayden, Ruben, Malachi and Mohammed (KS1) and Chloe, Angel, Kenzie and Amelia (KS2).

This year, the school councilors will be litter picking on a more regular basis. We started in October on a wet and miserable day. In total, we collected 16.6kg of rubbish from the school playground and field.

We were visited by Chris from SUSTRANS East Midlands who worked with us to survey the traffic on Beauville Drive.

Further to achieving our Eco-Schools Bronze award, we have now also been granted our Silver Award. Well done to the school council for all their hard work!
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Thanks to the hard work of the School Council, Buswells Lodge has recently been awarded the Eco-Schools Bronze Award. Below is a copy of our certificate.

Thanks to the hard work of the School Council, Buswells Lodge has recently been awarded the Eco-Schools Bronze Award. Below is a copy of our certificate. 1

Today, the school council (along with Mr Perry and Mrs Garner) spent the whole day litter picking around the school grounds. Not only will this make our school look much nicer, but it will also count towards our school achieving Eco-Schools status.

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