Led by the Year 12 Green Leaders the St Albans Girls' School Eco Council meet regularly to raise awareness of current issues such as climate change and find ways to improve our sustainability as a community.
Over the course of the school year the Eco Council lead on:
- Switch Off Days;
- Support the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch by building eco friendly bird feeders;
- Fair Trade Fortnight;
- Sustainable St Albans;
- Schools Less CO2 Project;
- Key Stage 3 Eco Leaders visit the Farm School;
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The Eco Council also work closely with the St Albans Girls' School Gardening Club and run the annual Inter-House Sunflower growing competition.
As a result of their excellent environmental work, St Albans Girls' School is a holder of the Eco Schools Green Flag Award and is a Fair Trade School. They are also previous winners of the Great and Green Award at the Herts Advertiser Community Awards.
Eco Council on Social Media