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Polebrook C E Primary School


Welcome to our Eco-blog.
We are Polebrook School Eco-Council.



We are very proud to announce that last year we achieved our Eco Green Flag Award  and once we have sourced a flag pole we will be flying our flag with pride.


This month we will be joining the national RSPB bird watch survey and monitoring the types of birds that visit our garden regularly. We will soon be erecting a temporary bid hide in our garden.


Recycled Green House Completion!  

A few years ago, we planned to construct a green house using 1500 recycled plastic bottles, so we had been collecting lots of plastic bottles in preparation and year we finally completed it! 

It was a wonderful part of our garden and we are very proud to have had this eco-creation at Polebrook. 

Gardening Club

Gardening Club have won a mini computer microscope as their prize for completing their RHS school gardening Level 4 Award. Work has begun already gathering evidence for our Level 5 Award.

As part of our earlier work this year we have developed our school garden and grounds and we have achieved lots of garden awards also. We have the RHS Green Tree Gold Award and the Total Green School Creative Adventure Award. 


Bumble Bee Discovery Experiment

The Bumble Bee Discovery Experiment is a discovery to find which bees are attracted to which plants and parts of the country. We are observing and recording bees that we spot in our garden so that the scientists running to experiment can monitor the amount of bees across the country. We are growing lots of flowers to entice them into our garden. Unfortunately bees are endangered and some are nearly extinct. This is very sad but also they are very important to our environment.


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