James Lee Nursery received a ‘Bronze Award’ from Eco School to recognise the achievement in working towards a sustainable lifestyle!
James Lee has now got an Eco-Committee consisting of children and adults that
The children are already getting involved in various Eco School topics:
November is “Switch off” month. The whole nursery has been involved in turning off unnecessary lights and electrical equipment. One child wrote a sign “Please switch off the lights” and these have been put around the nursery.
Groups of children and staff have been to visit the Wandsworth Recycling Centre. Two visits have been arranged this term and more dates are booked for next year. This trip gives an introduction into Recycling for the
We have set up a small Recycling box in reception for batteries (please make sure they are not leaking), ink cartridges and ink toners.
Liz from the Wandsworth Recycling Centre came to the nursery to show children how to make paper.
We are collecting natural materials to develop a “Bug Hotel” in the garden and we have purchased a wormery. The children under supervision deposit fruit skins and bits of