A big WELL DONE to Hailey Schembri, a member of the EkoSkola Committee in our school, for being one of the winners of the Top Debater Award in the STEM Debate on Climate Change which was organised by the Science Centre and held at the Science Centre in Pembroke on Wednesday 2nd December 2020.
Hailey was chosen to represent our school after a debate on the same topic was held at school. Well done to all those students who participated!
Welcome to a new scholastic year …. a scholastic year with a difference! We have new challenges ahead …. not only because of the pandemic, but also because we are a GREEN FLAG school now. Let’s keep working hard for a better environment!
17th June is the World Day to combat desertification and drought. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the presence of desertification and drought, highlighting methods of prevention and ways of recovery. It reminds us on the importance of SAVING WATER.
Our EkoSkola Committee prepared the following video:
Yr 6.3 students wrote letters to the Committee with suggestions on how we can save more water at school. Excellent job!! These letters will be discussed during future committee meetings to see how your suggestions can be implemented!
During the past weeks, the EkoSkola Committee has been busy working on developing our own Eco-Code.
What is an Eco-Code?
An Eco-Code is a statement that represents the school’s commitment to sustainability, depending on the main objectives of the EkoSkola Action Plan. Our main targets this year were: Waste, Water, Energy and Trees.