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Walk to school 18th Jan 2022

January 2022

Join us for Earth Hour, 26th March 8.30pm -

Our first Walk to School of 2022

Keep Britain Tidy - Please join us in The Great British Spring Clean

25th March - 10th April 2022


We will be joining in with our bi-weekly litter picks at school and throughout the village.

7th December 2021 - A cold walk to school this morning

November 2021

17th November 2021 - Litter posters by Snowy Owls

16th November 2021 - Litter Picking around the village

9th November 2021 Walk to school

5th November 2021


Congratulations to our new Eco Team in Barn Owls and Snowy Owls!  Well done Astri, Camille, Millie, Edward, Emily B and Jack G.

20th October 2021 - New Eco Team!

Children from KS1 (Barn Owls and Snowy Owls) were invited to say a few words about why they wanted to join the BG Eco Team during Mr Harris' lesson.  Names to be announced at the next Awards Assembly :)  We were very impressed with the amount of children that applied and how interested they all were to help our environment.  Well done to all children involved.

19th October 2021 - Walk to school, a beautiful autumnal morning

21st September 2021 A much brighter Walk to School today!

14th September 2021. Our first Walk to School of the year! A very wet but enjoyable walk, the first of many :)

July 2021. How to make a home for Bees

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The last week of term was indeed busy but we managed to squeeze in making a house for bees out of recycled materials. Jessica and Penelope are here to show you how. Do let us know if you make one!

7th July 2021


Today we had a textiles collection with Bag2School who will re-use and recycle our unwanted items.


We raised £69.30 for the school.  Thank you to all parents and staff for participating.





TEXTILE FACTS* from Bag2School   * WRAP report - "valuing our clothes"


  • The annual footprints of a household’s new and existing clothing are equivalent to the weight of over 100 pairs of jeans, the water needed to fill over 1,000 bathtubs and the carbon emissions from driving an average modern car for 6000 miles.
  • An estimated £140 million worth (350,000 tonnes) of used clothing goes to landfill in the UK every year.
  • Consumers spend £44 billion year on buying clothes – or around £1700 per household. If clothes stayed in active use for nine months longer, this could save £5 billion a year from the costs of resources used in clothing supply, laundry and disposal. Given that over 5% of the UK’s total annual carbon and water footprints result from clothing consumption, savings of this scale would be hugely significant not only in financial and commercial terms but also environmentally.
  • By educating children on the importance of recycling, the concept of textile recycling will become part of everyday life for generations to come.     




30th June 2021 A selection of Air Pollution posters by Snowy Owls

14 June 2021

The Keep Britain Tidy litter picking campaign has come to an end, see the ‘Thank you’ on the link below.  

Well done to all the Burchetts Green Litter Heroes, children and parents!  Keep up the good work!


Did you know, litter picking is officially good for your health 😃