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We made some bird feeders for the hungry birds and also to attract new birds in preparation for our Big School Bird Watch.
We are delighted with the amazing junk art creations produced. The school looks so colourful and ready for the festive season. We are especially delighted with our new addition this year, the Eco Christmas tree. Super well done to all the boys and girls and big congratulations to our winners!
To coincide with European Week of Waste Reduction, the Eco-Committee organised a plastic free lunch. A superb effort was made by everyone, well done and keep it up!
We held a special assembly to explain our new Eco code and the topics we would be concentrating on this year. Keep up the great work everyone!
Our new school Eco-Committee.
We are super excited to receive our new Reco Box. This is a great addition to our school.  An outdoor classroom which is a recycled ship container. It has a herb roof, habitat walls, bird boxes, sensory boxes and work station.  More information will follow when it's finally established.
Meet Patricia our new scarecrow.
Spring cleaning.
Thank you for supporting our book swap. Everyone was very excited choosing new books either for themselves or a family member. We were also delighted to add books to our school libraries.

Please support our book swap. A great chance to have a clear out before Santa comes!

A big congratulations to our junk art winners! Once again the standard was amazing.  Well done everyone!

Jill from the Mid Ulster Council was guest speaker at our Eco Assembly. She was delighted to collect our box of recycled batteries. Well done everyone and keep up the super recycling!
We are collecting old batteries this week as part of European Week of Waste Reduction. Please read the letter below, thank you.
Our Eco-Committee 2018-2019.
Planting in the village with help from Ann, Sammy and Albert.  

Spring planting​​​​​​.

We had a great time with our Eco friends Beth, Maeve and Caroline. Also our friends in Donaghmore Primary, hunting for Easter eggs.
A big thank you to everyone who contributed to our collection for 'Cash for Clobber.' We are delighted to say we have received £184.00! 

During 'European Waste Week' we made Christmas decorations from junk material. The standard produced was absolutely fantastic! Our Eco friends from St. Joseph's had the very difficult task of picking winners from each class. Well done everyone you have made the school look very colourful and Christmassy. Congratulations to our winners!

At our Eco assembly Jill from Mid Ulster Council came to remind us all how important it is to recycle.  We made everyone aware of our new Eco code and we hope to achieve our green flag again later in the year.
Our new Eco-Committee. 2017-2018

What a great day!

Thank you so much to everyone who sent in seeds, old wellies, logs, pallets, paint brushes, paint trays etc. We are so proud of everything we have achieved today. Bug hotels, log and rock piles and mini-ponds. Homes for hedgehogs, toads and beetles. Also not forgetting our newly painted flower beds, which look just fantastic. Well done everyone!

We were very busy cleaning up round the village for our 'Big Spring Clean'. We would like to thank Mrs Devlin and Mrs J Quinn for helping us. They are more than welcome to join the Eco- Committee!!
Well done everyone and congratulations to our winners!
During 'Waste Week' we made wonderful junk art creations.

Making delicious treats for the birds!

Making beautiful Christmas decorations with our friends from St. Joseph's.

Our new school Eco-Committee.

The Eco- Committtee had a very busy morning taking part in our 'Big Spring Clean' round the village.

We want to thank our friends Sarah, Caitlin and Brendan from St. Joseph's for all the help they gave the Eco-Committee this year. We wish them good luck in their exams.

Thanks to Mr Colin Murtagh from Northern Ireland Water who gave a very informative talk and some goodies to our Eco-Committee.

Easter Egg Hunt with our friends from St.Joseph's.

Thank you everyone who supported our Cash for Clobber. We raised £144!