Northmead Junior has been registered with the Eco-Schools international award programme since 2007 and holds a Bronze and Silver award. The programme guides schools on their sustainable journey, providing a frame work to help embed these principles into the heart of school life.
Mrs Polden runs a very popular gardening club for children across all year groups. The school garden is thriving! Members of the after school club have actively contributed to building their own raised beds where we are growing flowers, fruits and vegetables. Last year the children have organised three very successful garden sales, selling their own grown produce we raised a staggering £90.00. Part of the profit paid for the new bedding plants which now ornate the walking zone.
Golden Boot Challenge
We are taking part in the Golden Boot Challenge, the biggest school travel competition in the country! The annual Golden Boot Challenge is designed to encourage children, parents and schools to choose sustainable alternatives to the car on school journeys. The results are being recorded online. Go to www.surreyhealthyschools.co.uk then click on the Golden Boot icon to see how our school is doing.
Help us to Recycle!
|Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a charity that relies entirely on donations. At school we are collection and recycling old used stamps to support them.|
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