Green schools

Green schools

Green Schools 2022/23


November 2022

The committee had another successful meeting. We completed the following tasks:

  • Analysed the results of the Biodiversity survey and made a display to show the results. We will publish the results online when the display is finsihed.
  • Promoted a campaign around the school to decide on a new Green Schools motto for Biodiversity
  • Planned gate patrol for Clean Air Week: Nov 21-25. Announced daily on the intercom, posted on our website and social media.

October 2022

Our committee had a very productive meeting on the 19th of October, the following agenda was discussed and plans were put in place for the year ahead.

  • Sent a message home to parents through the school app, website and Class Dojo to inform them that the school is now participating in Green Schools through the theme of Biodiversity
  • Made a list of green tips of the week that will be announced by 6th class every Monday morning on the school intercom 6th
  1. Energy
  2. Litter and waste
  3. Water
  4. Marine environment
  5. Travel
  • Third class will check the bins in each class on a random afternoon every week to find a winner for the Green Class of the Week.
  • Each class got Green Captain badges and all class teachers got a Green Schools Information Sheet: Green Captain badge & LOLO sign
  • Made posters to remind the school of good Travel practices and displayed them all over the school and made an announcement on the intercom about the following
  1. Walk on Wednesday campaign
  2. Scoot to School campaign
  3. Safe Drop Off: Tuesday gate patrol

September 2022

Our new committee met for the first time on Friday to discuss our plans for the next two years. We start working towards a new flag for Global Citizenship: Biodiversity.

We reminded all classes of what they can do in their classrooms regarding litter and waste, saving energy and water, taking care of our marine environment and travel.

This week is Walk to School Week so we launched a campaign to encourage our school community to follow last year's Green Code: Get out of the car it's not that far!!!

Well done to the whole school and especially the Green Schools Committee who were successful in obtaining our 5th Green Flag for Travel!! Well done everyone. Thank you also to Lord Mayor Caroline Conroy who visted the school in September and raised our Green Flag!


Our Green Team are preparing to launch year 2 of our campaign for the Green Schools Travel Flag. Travel is the fifth theme of the Green-Schools programme that we are aiming to add to our Warrenmount GS flags. We have flags in the following themes: Energy, Litter & Waste, Water and Marine Environment. Keep up to date with our action planning and initiatives throughout this 2021-22 school year!! Our slogan is........

Get Out of the Car it's Not That Far


Noticeboards Raising Awareness in Warrenmount

Get Out of the Car it's Not That Far

Our Green Team are very focused on raising awareness around good green practices. We have numerous posters and noticeboards to keep our school community informed of all the things they can do, big and small.