Eco School

Clover Hill Primary School is proud to fly the prestigious ‘Eco-schools Green Flag’ awarded to us in April 2014, for the third consecutive year for our commitment to becoming a sustainable school.

We have a dedicated Eco-schools team consisting of Governors, staff and children who work hard all year round looking at ways of looking after our environment.

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KS1 environment day 2014: Y1 Activity 1

Conservation Area fun!! We've been leaf hunting and bug spotting in our conservation area. We saw ants, centipedes, spiders and ladybirds!! There were mole hills on the field, rabbit poo on the grass and Mrs Holden saw a grey squirrel last month munching on a piece of...

SCHOOL GROUNDS TEAM LEADERS – ANNOUNCED!!!

Dear Romay, Lewis, Scott, Ellie S, Megan and Marnie. Thank you for your recent application. Your letter was well written and shows you have a keen interest in improving our school grounds. We are delighted to offer you the position of Team Leader for the Schools...

WANTED: School Grounds Team Leaders

ATTENTION Year 6!!! I am looking to set up and establish a new task group at Clover Hill. The School Grounds Team (SGT) will assist Mr Bannister and look after our school and grounds. The main jobs that need to be carried out are: - Watering the plants in the raised...

Year 5 Gibside Residential

Year 5 have just returned from an amazing residential at Gibside- National Trust. They have seen some amazing wildlife, worked on problem solving skills, fire making, shelter building, low rope challenges, serious orienteering- walking for miles and miles! A super and...

Year 1 go fishing!

We had great fun today around our pond looking at the tadpoles and newts.  We are going to go back every week to see how they have changed and grown.   ...

An amazing start to Environment Week in Year 1!

We began our special week today,  looking at learning about and learning through our local environment.  We had a special visitor to help us today, Susan Reece, who works as a volunteer with the National Trust at Gibside.  It turns out she was an expert at building...

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