Thursday 23rd October 2014 we took part in the Big Tidy Up this is a project run by Keep Britain Tidy and promoted by the borough. Eco Squad planned the big clean up and presented in assemblies so anyone could volunteer. Two guys from waste management in the council came with the pickers we dressed […]
Bike to School Week Started Monday 9th June 2014 Encourages children to travel to school on their bikes over a 5 day week this June. Did you know that as little as 15 minutes of activity a day can cut in half a child’s risk of becoming obese? There are lots of benefits to be […]
We started of the year with our new year 7 recruits. They are a fantastic, enthusiastic group eager to make changes for the better. We also had a staff addition Mr S Peer our science technician, who has been a great addition to the team. For the first time Eco Squad got some exercise books […]
Eco garden opening speech- by Gary King It gives me great pleasure to say, welcome ladies and gentlemen to the grand opening of the Grand opening of the refurbished Eco garden. So, I guess it’s nice to see to see, to see you… (I see you’re all awake) Now, I’m quite sure the visitors, being […]
The Eco Squad have been working on their Garden for over a year now. They had a meeting with the Headmaster over two years ago with their proposal! It has been a while for their ideas and dreams to take shape. How the garden looks now!
Eastbury Eco group consists of a mixed group of students from years 7 to 6th form. They wear a green badge to identify members of the group. We now meet once a week as a whole group to discuss and plan group initiatives. Sometimes they meet or work at break times and after school. So […]
Eastbury Comprehensive School in Barking, Essex joined Roots & Shoots: Mission Possible today. You can see where Eastbury Comprehensive School is on a map and read about their local environment here.