Greenfield Primary School

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Pupil Voice - Eco Council

The Eco Team



Welcome to the webpage for the Eco Team at Greenfield Primary School!


Meet our Eco Team 




What does the Eco Team do?


The Eco Team meet regularly to think of ways to care for the environment and the world around us. Pupils in the Eco Team are passionate about ways in which they can make a difference. You can keep track with the decisions we make and discussions we have by looking at the minutes from our meetings, which are attached below. The Eco Team are working hard towards achieving Eco-badges for our school. As a team we have three main areas that we are developing in school litter, recycling and Eco- friendly travelling to school.



Who is on the Eco Team?

Children from each class are on the Eco Team. They can be easily identified as they will be wearing an Eco Team badge. If you have any suggestions or comments about ways to care for the environment at our school speak to the team member in your class or to Mrs Dench.



The Eco Code

In January 2023, The Eco Team created an Eco Code to display in all classes across school. This hopes to help our pupils to think about and protect the environment.


School Litter Pickers

The Eco Team often work to reduce the amount of litter in the schools grounds by going litter picking. Each year group have their own timetabled day to ensure our school grounds remain litter free!


The Eco Team have been getting ready for their ’Relove pop up shop.’ Thank you for all your donations. We have enjoyed sorting the clothes ready to recycle them during the first week back.

Litter pick up

Eco day

On Wednesday 15th January we held our first ever Eco Day. The children came to school dressed in green and yellow to help raise money for the wildlife of Australia affected by the bush fires. Throughout the day the children learnt about Eco issues such as global warming, climate change and pollution and each class took part in a competition to design an Eco poster. The children all had a brilliant day and we raised £85 that was sent to WIRES, an Australian charity that rescues and cares for native animals affected by the fires. 

Eco Day