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Step 5 - Inform and Involve others



This step is all about celebrating our Eco-Schools activity and involving expanding our impacts by involving as many people as possible.


Sharing Eco-Schools' efforts is crucial—it boosts visibility, builds confidence in our Eco-Committee, raises awareness about environmental issues, gathers support, and inspires others to take practical actions. Let's celebrate our accomplishments and go above and beyond by spreading the word.



Ryvers School Twiiter Account




Ryvers school Action Plan contains  all projects that involve and benefit entire school.
Ryvers school Eco-Committee share updates about their Eco-Schools activity using school website- you are looking at ths now smiley, newsletter, assemblies, Twiiter, classroom discussions. 
Ryvers school Eco-Committee provide their school community with regular feedback about their Eco-Schools work, including findings from their completed Environmental Review; projects and activities decided on in their Action Plan; Monitoring and Evaluation outcomes for each project; and their selected Eco-Code.


Eco Board - Litter and Wase

Eco Board - Climate Change



Ryvers Whole School Assembly - Eco School (click play to watch)

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Eco Warriors In Action



Over this academic year, Ryvers School used its school assemblies, classroom discussions, school newsletters, school Twitter and school website to:


         - Hosted a No Pen Day

         - Hosted a No Electricity Day

         - Participate in the National 'The Big Plastic Count'

         - Participate in the National walk to school week

- Run a 'Plastic Pollution Competition'

- Run a 'Plant Poster Competition'

- Run a 'Recycling Poster Competition'

- Run an 'Energy-saving Poster Competition'

- Run a 'Healthy Eating Poster Competition'

Share energy-saving tips

And many more... (see pictures below)








🌟Witness Remarkable Achievements !🌟


From Shubhes Shrestha, Father of Shreyas Shrestha (year 1 Peacock):

"Our son is in year 1, he was also part of Eco Warrior in Reception for a short period of time last year as well. He loves the fact that he is part of the group again this year. He is proud to share this with everyone, his friends and family. He has been very conscious of the environment and how we recycle things at home, the red bin and the black bin. Even at this young age, he is tuned in to his environment and issues regarding it. He is super eager to learn and he always looks forward to completing tasks around Eco Warrior projects."


Testimonial by Deputy Headteacher, Jo Quinton :

"Our December energy bill was 18% less than last year. Please can you pass on thanks and congratulations to the eco warriors, who helped to make this happen."



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