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  • Green messages for Christmas.

    Published 12/12/22, by Dawn Tarrant

    Positive messages from 'The Green Gang' this Christmas.

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  • West Sussex Recycles: Christmas and Recycling Centre opening hours.

    Published 09/12/22, by Dawn Tarrant

    Christmas Waste Reduction and Recycling

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  • It's looking a lot like Christmas!

    Published 04/12/22, by Dawn Tarrant

    Check out our wonderful Christmas tree with handmade decorations.

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  • The Christmas countdown continues!!

    Published 30/11/22, by Dawn Tarrant

    The Green Gang have created their own version of 'The 12 Days of Christmas'.

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  • The festive season countdown is here!

    Published 30/11/22, by Dawn Tarrant

    The Green Gang will be sharing lots of green ideas for recycling and crafts over the festive period, so check back regularly for updates.

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  • The festive season is nearly upon us!

    Published 22/11/22, by Dawn Tarrant

    In the run-up to the festive period keep an eye on our Eco blog as The Green Gang have lots of green ideas for you to use  over the Christmas season, from recycling to making your own ornaments.

    So watch this space on the countdown to Christmas!

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  • Kingsham goes green for Just One Tree Day

    Published 01/11/22, by Dawn Tarrant

    Pupils dress in green to celebrate Just One Tree Day

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  • West Sussex Recycle week 2022

    Published 14/10/22, by Jacqui Whall

    West Sussex Recycle Week is running from the 17th to the 23rd October 2022 and this year we would love our families help make this the best year ever! the information that follows is provided by West Sussex County Council.

    We know many of you are already doing a great job at recycling, but there is always more that can be done. Currently we are all recycling around 54% of our household waste on average, but a staggering 60% of the waste which is thrown into rubbish bins could in fact have been reduced, reused or recycled. And over 14% of the materials thrown away were items which could have easily been put into your home recycling bin.

    We are always looking at ways we can help you to help us recycle more, and reach our target of recycling 55% of household waste by 2025 and some of our new initiatives are detailed below. If you're unsure about what can and can’t be recycled at any time, then you can always refer to our handy A to Z guide to recycling where you'll find out what waste items you can recycle, the bin you need to use, or which Recycling Centre you can take it to.

    And don’t forget when recycling at home all items should be:

    • clean - free from food and drink leftovers
    • dry - keep your recycling bin lid shut
    • loose - no plastic bags.
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  • Brent Lodge wildlife hospital visit Kingsham

    Published 03/10/22, by Ian Williams

    We were lucky enough to have Alex a representative of Brent Lodge wildlife hospital visit the school to tell us all about the work they do for the local wildlife and how we can support them in this too.

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  • Achieved the International Green Flag Award for the 2nd year in a row... with a DISTINCTION

    Published 30/08/22, by Ian Williams

    The award, which was achieved with distinction, recognised the students’ amazing work in making their school more environmentally friendly and raising eco-awareness in the school community throughout the past year.

    Pupils earned the recognition by collaborating with the school’s eco-coordinator to conduct an environmental review, assessing how eco-friendly Kingsham Primary School is. They reviewed everything from the school’s recycling practices, to energy usage, to looking at healthy living through their home grown produce in the highly successful allotment.

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  • Big congratulations to the children who took part in the South of England show!

    Published 01/07/22, by Ian Williams

    Entries from children included natural dream catchers, paintings, poems and herb planters!

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  • Beautiful wildflower area in the allotment helps to protect bees

    Published 22/05/22, by Ian Williams

    Check out our beautiful and bee-friendly wildflower area in the school allotment!

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