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The Schools Energy Conference at Applemore College

Plastic Milk Bottle tops - Art

When Evie won the Southampton City School's competition for a logo for School's Recycling, part of the prize was to see her design on all School's Recycling advertising. So now here it is. Click the image to see it on the Southampton City Website too.

Evie's Monkey - The Official Logo for Southampton School's Recycling 

New Forest Schools Day

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The ECO Committee on a field trip

Eco around the classes

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The ECO Committee were stars of the Assembly "The Paper Trail". They showed how paper starts in the forest and ends in our classrooms. An amazing story of "chopped down trees" and "energy usage". 



and they introduced Kit and Caboodle our new classroom ECO mascots. Kindly donated by Kit and Caboodle in Romsey.




the Eco CodeThe ECO Committee met to decide upon the new ECO code. They came with ideas from their classes and voted for the top 6. Here is the poster that will be seen around the school showing our new ECO code. 












We had 2 children awarded prizes in Southampton's "Bin-It-To-Win-It" competition. Watch the video in the Gallery or click here --->  




We are in the newspaper !

Litter Pickers in the News



Recycling all our paper and cardboard

                               Composted all our fruit and fresh kitchen waste

                               Collected clothing and textiles in our Rag Bag Bin                                                                

                              Grown our own vegetables in the school garden 




  • Always make sure you put things in the right bins
  • Use both sides of paper
  • If you see rubbish on the floor, pick it up and put it in the bin
  • Put fruit in the compost bin
  • Respect the plants and grass
  • Keep to the paths to protect grass and do not run!
  • Last one out of the room turn the lights off.



Switch Off Fornight Energy Saving Film Part 1

This film is part 1 of 2 made to show children why its important to save energy. It was developed to celebrate Switch Off Fortnight, a campaign run by EDF Energy's education programme the Pod. The film was made for us by Wastebuster, with the help of our friends at the Met Office who provided the science and features Jane Horrocks (the voice of Poogle).