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For our Eco learning, we are a member of the Eco-Schools programme. This is an international initiative that encourages pupils to engage with environment and sustainable development issues. 

Stoneyholme Pupil Parliament

Department for the Environment

Stoneyholme Primary School is committed to educating its pupils about caring for and respecting the environment and developing responsible citizens who are able to make valuable decisions. The Green team leaders at Stoneyholme Primary School have a key role in achieving this and are a paramount part of our Eco-Schools programme. They represent the whole school community, the Green team.

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We aim to link Eco activities into all areas of the curriculum and for the majority of them to take part outside the classroom, using one or more of the many different areas of our school grounds - allotments, biodomes, willow dome, orchard, year group outdoor spaces, sensory alley and our new peace garden or in campaigns involving our parents and local community in the areas surrounding our school grounds - streets, parks, allotments and the canal.

Activities will be incorporated into lessons that link in with and without the action plan covering different curriculum areas to embrace a cross curricular approach. 

Through the school's curriculum, the children will explore disciplinary concepts and consider the following concept questions. 


What does it mean to be a citizen

Does equality always mean treating everybody the same?

Is power always a positive thing?

Does change always make things better?

Is trade necessary?

Is being part of a community the same for everyone?


Alongside each of these concepts, the children will also consider substantive concepts such as climate change, diversity, responsibility, fair trade and sustainability.

Eco-schools at home



Archived 2022-2023

Archived Eco 2021-22