Green Schools’ Water Action Day – Blue Flag Inspector visits Aston Village

Green Schools’ Water Action – Blue Flag Inspector’s Visit

Naomi & The Green Schools’ Committee’s hard work pays off as they impressed Paul from Louth County Council with their water saving tips and their knowledge of the value of accessible, clean, drinkable water. Mary-anne contributed the most-amazing water droplet cake with character! Liz crafted a wonderful water mascot. Another great team effort from AV!

February Newsletter.

Garden taking shape!

Our much anticipated garden began to take shape today with the arrival and construction of the polytunnel. Stay tuned for more news on the plans for the garden soon.

Coastguard Visit.

Today we were very exited to have the Coastguard visit our school. We learnt some tips on water safety and how to be prepared when going out on the water. We also found out that 112 and 999 are the emergency phone numbers for reporting someone in distress in or on the water. It is also extremely important never to waste the coastguards’ time with hoax calls. Coastguards are volunteers and wasting their time could cost someone their life.

Robert & Vanessa (Sixth Class)

 

Green School Committee attend Slane Forum

Green Flag

How to Tie your Shoe Laces by Daniel (Elaine’s 3rd Class)