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Green Schools – A Message from the Committee

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Following on from the Green School’s Committee meeting on Tuesday:

  1. The committee would like to find out how many different nationalities are in our school and represent this information on a bar chart to be displayed on our notice board. A green school’s rep will go around the classes today with a sheet for all the class teachers to fill in.
  2. There is an A3 poster competition for all green schools. Children depict what they would like Ireland to look like in the year 2040. This could be a good activity to do on Friday afternoon. Having a discussion about what a more ‘green’ Ireland might look like would be helpful before they start the poster. Closing date is 27th March. Prizes include a tablet and €500 euro for the winning school. Send finished posters to Room 8 to be posted
  3. If everyone could have a bin and lunch monitor in their class to make sure the correct waste is being put into the correct bin. Please count how many children are bringing containers in their lunches instead of tin foil/ cling film. This doesn’t mean singling out children who have tin foil but instead praising those who have containers.

That’s all for now. Thank you all in advance

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Green Schools – Announcing a Green Schools Art Competition in St. Brigid’s Greystones

Paint brushes Emma Craig via Compfight

The Green Schools Committee is announcing an art competition for the whole school.

Students are asked to draw a picture of what they think the world will look like in 2040!

So get working on your entries.

We look forward to seeing how you imagine the world of the future will be!

UPDATE: You can read more details  HERE

 

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