We had a fantastic time at the National Eco Committee this week. We looked at climate change and how it was affecting the endangered animals. We then went on to create masks, we were allowed to create an animal of our choice. As a group, we also made a banner based on one animal. We picked the Puffins as we thought it was relevant due to Skomer Island being so close to us.
We are looking forward to sharing what we have learnt from this day with the rest of the school.
As a school we have entered into a competition to win a new playground. To vote for our school click on the link below. Every vote counts and you can vote everyday if you wish. Thank you!
We are pleased to announce that we have achieved our Green Tree Bronze Award.
Pembroke Dock Community School prides itself for being an Eco School and holds a platinum award for ‘Eco Schools’ and a gold award for ‘Sustainable Schools’.
Each year we aim to make a difference to our environment through a range of activities and projects, both within the school and out in our local community.
Our Eco Committee is made up from a representative from each class throughout the school and we meet regularly throughout the year to share ideas for projects that will improve and enhance our environment.
Being an Eco School means that we all work together to help minimise waste. Each week different classes are responsible for one of the environmental jobs around the school. These jobs include paper recycling, milk bottle recycling, composting, litter picks and bird feeding.