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Tynewater is going green

Tynewater Primary School recently received their first Green Flag. Pupils from the Eco Committee met 2 Eco School Scotland examiners to explain how the committee worked and its role in the school.  This was followed by a tour of the grounds, highlighting ecological features.  Later the examiners visited several classes to discuss and observe how Eco Action plans were developed and carried out in the school. There was a huge wave of excitement at 3 pm, when a phone call was received to say Yes, this school can now raise a Green Flag.

Tynewater Primary School recently received their first Green Flag. Pupils from the Eco Committee met 2 Eco School Scotland examiners to explain how the committee worked and its role in the school. This was followed by a tour of the grounds, highlighting ecological features. Later the examiners visited several classes to discuss and observe how Eco Action plans were developed and carried out in the school. There was a huge wave of excitement at 3 pm, when a phone call was received to say Yes, this school can now raise a Green Flag.

Tynewater Primary School in Pathhead recently received their first Green Flag.

Pupils from the Tynewater Primary Eco Committee met two Eco School Scotland examiners to explain how the committee worked and its role in the school.
This was followed by a tour of the grounds, highlighting ecological features. 


Read more on this in the November 14 edition of the Midlothian Advertiser.

 

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