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Green Flag

The Green-Schools programme is based on seven steps. These steps are outlined below. The most important aspect for schools to remember is that every school is different and it is therefore critical that a school fits the seven steps around its circumstances and situation and NOT try and fit the school into the seven steps.

Seven Steps Involved:Green Flag Scoil Pol

  1. Green Schools Committee
    • This directs the schools involvment in the programme. Ideally, the committee includes the students, teachers, non-teaching staff, management and parents.
  2. Enviromental Review
    • A process involving the schools environmental impacts in order to identify targetsfor action and improvements.
  3. Action Plan
    • This give specific and acheiveable targets with proposed completion dates that will show real success.
  4. Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Constant monitoring of the programme ensures that progress towards targets is checked, amendments made where neccessary and success celebrated.
  5. Curriculium Work
    • Curriculium materials are provided that gives ideas on how to intergrate enviromental issues into lessons.
  6. Informing and Involving
    • A publicity keeps the school and wider community involved and informed through displays, assemblies and press coverage.
  7. Green Code
    • This is a statement of the schools commitment to enviromental good habits.

  8. Latest News

    Thanks to the Green Schools Commitee and LCA's for participating in the Litter Awareness Day:

    Green Schools

     


     

    Green Schools School Clean-up

     


     

    On 21st Oct 2010 the Green School committee organised a non-uniform day with a Fancy Dress theme to raise funds.

    Fancy Dress Gallery