ECO Flag awarded

Thursday, 1 December 2016

ECO Flag awarded thumbnailThe kids gather round the ‘Bug Hotel’ during St Brigid’s PS Eco Day.

THE pupils and staff of St. Brigid's donned their gardening gear and had a day of planting and digging in raised beds, in the school's nature trail and even in old wellingtons on Thursday November 17.
Pupils constructed a Bug Hotel and created fairylands from recycled pots and materials. Others made weather vanes, wind chimes, water butts, and miniature herb gardens, with a self-watering system (all using recycled materials, twigs, stones and leaves).
The school's wormery was opened up to reveal a large family of worms. The children learned first- hand how important worms are to our eco-system and one or two pupils were even brave enough to handle the worms.


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