Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Mon, June 18, 2018 07:08PM
Eco club always finishes with a treat! Mrs Allen made a rhubarb tart with rhubarb from our school garden. We enjoyed it along with some ice cream. A big thank you to everyone who helped at Eco club every Wednesday, you have been very busy weeding, litter picking, planting, pruning and creating wonderful displays for local competitions. That's it over for another while enjoy the summer holidays!
Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Mon, June 18, 2018 06:58PM
Eco made fantastic flowers which they cut out and are now displayed in the outdoor garden. The children recycled some old plastic and look what they created- amazing!
Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Mon, June 18, 2018 06:55PM
Eco have been hard at work planting new summer plants at our school entrance. James has been watering them everyday. This is the first thing people notice when arriving at our school and Eco have worked hard to make sure it always looks well. They are very proud of our Green Flag!
Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Tue, May 08, 2018 04:57PM
It was lovely to take a walk along Scarecrow Avenue at the recent Garden Show Ireland held in Castle Grounds showcasing all the wonderful scarecrows promoting integrated schools across Northern Ireland. We are delighted that our 'Bird Man' won Best Group Effort! Well done to all the families who made super birds!
Eco club made a fantastic miniature garden based on the nursery rhyme 'there was an old lady who lived in a shoe'. The children came up with lots of ideas and really enjoyed working on this project- well done!
Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Mon, April 16, 2018 01:10PM
Eco club started last week with lots of new children attending. We had a quick tour of the polytunnel and then completed a litter pick on our school grounds. Look at all the rubbish we collected. Remember if you see any rubbish on our school grounds pick it up!👍🏻
Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Allen Mon, March 26, 2018 04:43PM
The Eco committee members came out to the tunnel today at 11am to get the seeds planted before we went off on Easter holidays.
A special word of thanks to Sammy our caretaker for preparing the raised beds. They all needed to be cleared of weeds and covered in black polythene to warm up the soil.
Each class is allocated a raised bed and the children planted either peas, mange tout, beetroot, rocket or strawberries.
Sammy has a new watering system rigged up. Hopefully that will provide a more consistent flow of water than we had last year. It is a short window to produce fruit and vegetables before the end of June. Hopefully through "trial and error" we will have something for the children to sample before they go off on summer holidays.
Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Mon, March 26, 2018 01:48PM
We have entered a competition to win an iPad or tablet for our school. We had to create a display showcasing all the Eco activities we do in school. The Eco Committee made the flowers and Georgie and Dan from P7 made the school logo. This will be shown at an event on Saturday 14th April, more details to follow. Thank you to everyone involved- Keep your fingers crossed for Round Tower IPS!
Eco ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Allen Wed, October 18, 2017 02:58PM
Joe and Maxine helped to take out the summer bedding plants and put in the little violas for the winter. Last year we put in daffodil bulbs underneath the polyanthus and the bulbs pushed the plants out. Hopefully these plants will last until the springtime.