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Cyngor Eco

Thank you to Jessica from 4HJ and her sister Emily from 1SM for these lovely pictures.

They found a bird's nest in their garden.
Look at this bug hotel, or is it a bug palace!

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Join Yussef (The Zoology Guy) and learn how to make your very own basking shark from recycled materials! Download the activity sheet here - https://wtru.st/b...

Look at him go!

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Ceri and Charlie Gibson have been doing some mini beast hunting.

Look at this fantastic bug hotel made by Ceri and her dad!

A lovely picture from Aron Richards, thank you.

Thank you Grace from 4HJ for this Wild Watch work!

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Wildlife Watch

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Miss McKibbin has been enjoying listening to the sound of birds singing in her garden.

Some lovely snaps from Mrs Thomas!

A butterfly feeder made from recycled materials.
The famous Llandudno goats!

Thank you to Micah Jenkins 1VM for this lovely bee.

Oliver Murray and his animals. Thank you Oliver!

A woodpecker spotted by Jess from 4HJ

Wildlife Watch

 

Are you spending more time in your garden, if you are lucky enough to have one? Or taking full advantage of your daily walks? 

 

Why not take this time to take a bit more notice of the natural world by taking part in our Wildlife Watch?

 

All you need to do is take a few moments to have a look around you at the creepy crawlies and other creatures that share our world. Then, use the identification sheets from the Wildlife Trust to help you find out what you have seen. 

 

You could then take a photo or a video, or why not get really creative and draw a picture or make a model of what you have seen and I will share your work on this page. That way we can get connected and see what each other has been getting up to.  

 

You never know what you might find!

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Croeso i Cyngor Eco Ysgol Pen y Bryn 2019-20

This year each class held open elections to decide who would be part of our new Eco Council. Competition was fierce with each pupil producing an exceptional presentation in a bid a to convince classmates that they were the right person for the job. Some even drafted in help from family members to help make their campaign extra special.

 

 

This year, your Eco Councillors are:

Fraser Williams 3CJ
Charle Burke 3CJ
Bea Boughton 3BF
Logne Mcglory 3BF
Maizy Goodwin 4HJ
Anna Burbridge 4HJ
Ben Jones 4NW
Mia Strydon 4NW
Ellis Davies 5DD
Naomi Degiorgio 5DD
Daniel Warrell 5HB
Ava Mann 5HB
Harley Simmons 6GE
Seren Lloyd 6GE
Lucy Burbridge 6GG
Luke Clearly 6GG

During an initial planning meeting, pupils put forward suggestions about what issues matter most to them. We also used the Four Purposes to guide our choices about what we could focus on this year.

 

Our 2019-20 Goals

  • To encourage all pupils to have a healthy tuck
  • To reduce litter on the yard and waste in classrooms
  • To begin to grow food items in our garden areas
  • To design a new Eco Display using recycled materials

 

Over the course of the year we will be bringing you updates about how we are getting on with meeting our goals.

 

 

 

Goal 1 - Healthy Tuck

 

First on the agenda in the new year will be tackling healthy tuck so get your thinking caps on to help us come up with ideas for how we can encourage everyone at Pen Y Bryn to be healthy, confident individuals.

Nurturing Healthy EthicalCreative Ambitious Learners

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