Caldecott School recently attended a special ceremony where they received their second Green Flag Award. However, we were surprised by the judges, who announced that we were the recipients of a SECOND award – the Overall Kent Recycling Award! To say we were delighted was an understatement. We hadn’t known about this award until the […]
At Caldecott School, we are proud to integrate Land-Based Studies lessons into our curriculum. Our students learn about fruits and vegetables, safe and healthy growing techniques, and how to be part of nature. Recently, our Land Based Studies classes have been growing a lot of different veg from seeds, and our students had the chance […]
We would like to share how proud we are of last years eco council. The photo above shows 4 of our eco councillors proudly holding the flag which is now on a tall flagpole for all to see as they come to visit us. The pupils worked extremely hard and clearly inspired their peers, as […]
Our eco club have been asking for a long time to do a beach clean up. We do a lot of litter picking as part of land based lessons but our group were really eager to clean up a beach location. We were really fortunate to have Folkestone and Hythe District Council come and support […]
Members of Caldecott Foundation School’s Eco Club were pleased to participate in a biodiversity workshop hosted by Singleton Environment Centre. The topic of biodiversity is particularly important to us as it is one of our topics that we chose to focus on as part of our eco schools green flag award. We wanted to participate […]
The Caldecott Foundation in Ashford, Kent joined Roots & Shoots: Mission Possible today. You can see where The Caldecott Foundation is on a map and read about their local environment here.