As the weather improves the numbers walking, scooting or cycling to school is increasing.
Well done to Room 12. Twenty students came to school on foot, by bike or scooter this week.
As the weather gets better, more and more children with be walking, scooting or cycling to school. Wait and see.
Machovicz Photography via Compfight
A New Message from the Green School’s Committee
- Could all class teachers please put the Walk on Wednesdays sheet on their door and fill it in every Wednesday. Children from sixth class will record the number of children who walked or cycled.
- There will be a night off homework or extra yard time (at teacher’s discretion) for the class with the most children who walked or cycled to school each week. We will begin the rewards next week.
- James Callery from Wicklow County Council will be coming on the 15th March at 1pm for the renewal visit. He said he would like to talk the the Green School committee and perhaps some classes too.
- The next Green School meeting will be next Wednesday, 8th March at 2pm.
Click on this link to see a slide show of Bike Week in Our School. We cycled and scooted to school!
On Friday 20th June, 2014 students were encouraged to cycle to school. Here are some photos from the day. We were lucky that it was a fine day.
To celebrate Bike Week we are having
A Bicycle Competition 🙂
Every student who cycles to school on Wednesday will have their name entered into a raffle for a brand new bike from Cycle Plus in Greystones.
Watch this space for more information!
By choosing to cycle you are doing your bit to cut down on Green house gas emissions and helping to fight climate change.
Every kilometre you cycle instead of driving saves approximately 250g of CO2 emissions.
For more information go to Bikeweek.ie