Moorlands Primary School

ECOBlog

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  • Published 14/06/18, by Louise Swift
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    Videos for Brazil

    Today Moorlands Meteors worked together to create some short videos to show our twin school in Sao Paulo, Brazil, all about our ECOwork here at Moorlands.
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  • Published 17/05/18, by Louise Swift
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    Escola Bosque

    Today we were so excited to speak to our twin school in Brazil for the first time! We used Skype to ask and answer questions about our home life, school, lessons and favourite sports. It was amazing to hear such good English from their children. They taught us to say hello and goodbye...
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  • Published 15/03/18, by Louise Swift
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    What's all that in our pond?

    There is something strange in our pond! If you know what it is, we challenge you to find out how long it will be there for, and then what will happen?! Send your ideas to the ECOteam or Mrs T & Mrs U of our Forest School.
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  • Published 20/09/17, by Louise Swift
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    Green Flag!

    I was so very proud of you Meteors, ex-Meteors and enthusiastic supporters today! The assessor couldn't help but see how fabulous you all are, and simply had to award us our second Green Flag. You really did us proud and I can't praise you highly enough! ~ Mrs S
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  • Published 16/09/17, by Louise Swift
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    New year, new ECOteam

    On Thursday the new Meteors came together for the first time. Here they are, having a break from a bit of weeding!
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  • Published 11/07/17, by Louise Swift
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    Playing in the woods and who did we find?

    One of Meteors' members favourite activities when the weather is good is playing in our woodland. Today we also found several of the animals that share our outdoor space. How many can you identify? See below.
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  • Published 15/06/17, by Louise Swift
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    WOW update

      Lots of you have been telling us about your "WOW"s (Walk Once a Week). Keep your classroom list updated whenever you go for a walk... Remember that the class with the most will win a prize!
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  • Published 25/05/17, by Louise Swift
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    Litter-free Holidays

    Meteors today worked on a project to raise awareness of beach and ocean litter. Watch out for our posters around school and on our website and always remember to take your litter home with you when you go on holiday or for a day out.
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  • Published 18/05/17, by Louise Swift
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    WOW Challenge

    We would like to invite all our families to try our WOW Challenge for the months of May and June...   The idea is to "WOW", that is to "Walk Once a Week" . you can walk anywhere and for any reason, but we would like to hear about it! Please ask your child to add th...
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  • Published 18/05/17, by Louise Swift
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    Transport Survey

    Meteors have recently conducted a survey of how we all travel to school. We have looked at the class sheets and wanted to say WELL DONE to 2C who had the most children walking to school, 4C with the most cyclists, and Happy Hearts for the most children scooting to school.  Well done to all t...
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  • Published 11/05/17, by Louise Swift
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    Busy Meteors

    Some of Meteors had volunteered today to lead a few upcoming projects:  It will soon be our "WOW" Week (Walk Once a Week), where we encourage our families to try to walk somewhere at least once a week. We recently did a Transport survey, and collected data on how our children come to sch...
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  • Published 02/05/17, by Louise Swift
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    Assessment time!

    We have had our Green Flag now for 2 years, and this means we are due for another visit from an ECOschools assessor. They will check if they think we are still doing enough to keep our Green Flag status, and will hopefully award us a new one, as ours has not enjoyed the wild Yorkshire weather, and i...
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