Meet the Eco Team:
Each half term we will be carrying out exciting campaigns based on our nine eco topics to help make our school more Eco friendly!
We have a very successful Eco Council who lead eco activities in our school. Our Eco Council meet regularly to discuss ways to reduce, reuse and recycle and to protect our environment. They work to achieve our eco action plan and raise awareness of green issues within school. This gives our children the chance to discuss ways to make our school kinder to our planet.
Each class elects an eco-councillor to represent the class for the year and they take part in activities such as planting, tidying up the school grounds and the park and generally having outdoor fun!
Last year we were rewarded for all our Eco hard work by winning the Cool Climate Challenge Award 2018! This year we have taken part in the Year of the Environment launch at the Floral Pavilion, had in school visits from RSPCA, Christian Aid and Dogs Trust and the Foundation Unit even managed to grow some tasty purple carrots! All this hard work allowed our Eco team to achieve the Green Flag Award for our school. Keep an eye out next half term as we support Wirral Council in their Clean Air Campaign.
School Council 2019/20
In Christ Church School Council, there are two representatives for each class, depending on the size of the class. Every year different people are elected by students.
We often meet to discuss ideas which have been raised by children about the school.
Our school council member will be led by
Our school council is also involved in interviewing prospective members of staff including our Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher!
Who are we?
Every class in our school votes for who they would like to represent them on the safe squad at the start of each year. We are interested in keeping everybody in our school safe and work together to achieve this goal.
We all agree on our role as members of the safe squad and meet each half term to discuss how we can help to make our school a safe, caring and welcoming place to be.
This year’s elected members in 2019/20 are: