This is our updated habitat map of the school which clearly shows the work we have done in increasing biodiversity on our school grounds over the time we have been working on the biodiversity flag. Look at our year one habitat map below and you will see the difference we have made!
On Monday 15th January 2018, Dean Eaton from the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council came in to visit the Green Schools Committee from Harold Boys'. The Green Schools Committee from 2nd to 6th class talked to Dean in the hall and explained how we had completed the seven steps needed for our Biodiversity flag. Then a smaller team from the committee gave Dean a tour of our school grounds to show him the improvements we have made whilst working on this flag. We showed him the biodiversity equipment, the Green Schools board, Biodiversity board and our year one and year two maps of the school grounds. We would like to thank everyone in the school for their hard work on the biodiversity theme especially our caretaker Marvin who does a lot of behind the scenes work and who we wouldn't be able to renew our Green Flag without.
Present for meeting: Adam and Matthew (2nd), Adam and Andrew (3rd), Andre and Darragh (4th) Mauro and Milan (5th), Ciarán, Gabriel and Rory (6th) Ms O'Neill and Mr Smith
- Renewal visit next week - revise seven steps and have a look at lists of work done in each of their team areas
- Finish habitat map and update biodiversity board
- Biodiversity team check equipment around school grounds
- Make sure each class knows the Green Code/biodiversity slogan
- New plant pots at front door
Secretary for meeting:
Green Schools News
Harold Boys' Green Schools Committee