Eco Achievements

Meet 'Nancy the Flamingo'


Meet 'Nancy the Flamingo,' made by some of our 'Wrigley Litter Less Campaign' P7 girls.

Nancy has been made using recycled materials including toilet roll tubes, ping pong balls and papermache. The girls decided to make this all by themselves after they met 'Opsie' a few months ago. Opsie was a bird made from recycled materials and was travelling to all the countries taking part in the Wrigley Litter Less Campaign.

Well done girls.

Code Week 2018 Award


As part of the Erasmus+ project our school had a few classes take part in Coding Week. One of the activities we did in Key Stage 1 was to use the app ‘Daisy the Dinosaur,’ which involved pupils giving instructions to move a dinosaur. Evidence was shared between our partner schools in Spain, Italy, Finland and Ireland, who all seemed to have fun with their coding projects.

We are delighted to have been awarded this certificate for our efforts.

A huge 'Bag2School' Thankyou - Best Year Yet

A huge thank you for all your donations for our Bag2School collection. The items were collected today and will be making their way to Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.

The weight of all our collections came to 619.5kgs, which has raised £278.78 for the school. This is the biggest amount we have raised through this initiative over the past few years. The money will be used by the School Eco Council to buy items for our children throughout the school.

Many thanks indeed for helping us with this unique recycling and fundraising opportunity.

Thankyou once again to NI Water

A huge thank you to NI Water for donating a new water butt along with several 'save-a-flush' bags which our School Eco Council will place in all of our toilet cisterns to save water! NI Water have already donated drip free water bottles to all of our pupils and staff in school along with teaching P4 and P6 about the importance of water!

We as a school very much appreciate their support.


We are delighted to announce that as of Monday 26 November, 2018, we are now an Ambassador Eco School. Eco School judges came into school to meet with our School Eco Council, staff and pupils. They were given a tour of our school and met the P7 girls looking after the 'Wrigley Litter Less Campaign.' In the afternoon we were informed that we were being given our Second Green Flag and due to how high a quality our Eco work has been, we were asked to become one of 14 Ambassador Primary Schools in Northern Ireland!

Since beginning our Eco Journey in 2015 we have received two Green flags and every pupil that has served on our School Eco Council over the four years has now received a special 'Eco School NI' badge. This is a huge achievement for the school and the community as we look to develop our community's sustainability.

Thank you for your continued support.