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Students at Pioneer House care deeply about environmental issues and have a strong desire to actively protect our planet. We have an Eco-Committee who are dedicated to recycling, saving energy and making our school as eco-friendly as possible.

Students have been very busy bringing about positive change whilst on our Eco Schools journey and are working towards being accredited for all the school achievements and the positive impact of their hard work.

Our Aim is to be awarded the coveted Eco-Schools Green Flag.

The Eco-Schools Green Flag is an international accreditation that recognises efforts to raise environmental awareness amongst young people, whilst taking action to make their school more sustainable.

The Eco-Schools programme was established in 1994 and is now delivered in more than 70 countries across the globe. The programme prompts young people to explore a variety of environmental issues, including climate change, pollution, and biodiversity loss. Pupils are then empowered to plan and deliver environmental actions in their school, local community, and beyond.

Since Pioneer House have begun working towards an Eco-Schools Green Flag, some notable achievements have included planting, recycling, food waste composting, seed sowing, and more.

We are incredibly proud of what have achieved so far and are continuing to work on a range of projects ready for external assessment at the end of the year!


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