Our C.R.E.W. (Cookham Rise Eco Warriors) team consists of two children from each year group (Rec to Year 6) and are led by teaching assistants Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Armstrong.We meet once a term. Our team, alongside parent helpers, have improved the school's outdoor areas.
We hope that you all have a go at the Wildtime Challenge run by the National Trust as part of there 50 things to do before you are 11 3/4! You can visit the National Trust website or view the challenge through this link:- https://www.50things.org.uk/media/55254/Final%20Wildtime%20challenge%20pack.pdf So come on all you budding David Attenborough's sign up at https://www.50things.org.uk/
November 2016 -
Community Bulb Planting took place on Friday 18th November 2016. Please click here to view our efforts.
March 2016 -
February 2016 -
We are continuing with global citizenship in PSHE lessons and continuing our links with Africa Turns Green as Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Peters are now Ambassadors for this charity. We are also supporting New Brainstorm School, Uganda, Africa. We are proud to have been at the forefront of achieving charitable help for this school through Empower a child. We have the backing of our local community and churches.
We adopted a local lime tree in 2013. C.R.E.W. members had their photo taken and have been published in All Around The Borough Magazine.
A few of our C.R.E.W. members are pictured on the side of the local bin lorries. Please look out for them!
Follow the C.R.E.W. team's charity interests:-
Hosting Sir William Borlase Grammar School, Marlow, who were interested in our ECO work and shared their Ugandan photos with us.
On Friday 15th May 2015 we played host to All Saints C of E Junior School . All Saints were gathering ideas for their own garden and asking our advice about furthering their quest to become an even better ECO school. Of course we had to include our mascot, George Imani, in our photocall.
This year (2015) we were lucky enough to receive free trees from Braywick Nursery. This was part of a RBWM initiative.
Our pot label colouring session at lunchtime on Friday 1st March 2013 achieved a total of £113.01 aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care. ! Thank you to everyone who participated.
The children have also made bird feeders and spent time outside counting the birds that appear in our garden/playground as part of the RSPB Birdwatch.
Please keep donating your used printer cartridges to our recycling scheme in conjunction with Money to Schools.com A collection box is located in the KS2 lobby area. Alternatively seek out Mrs. Armstrong at the end of the school day! Freepost envelopes are available from the front reception area if you wish to send any used inkjet cartidges directly to the scheme. Please ask any friends or relatives to support us. It is a great way to reduce landfill and earn money for our school at the same time. Please see their website by using the link above to see an example of which cartridges would be of most value to us.
Please try out these fun games:
Healthy eating and living is encouraged at our school. Why don't you have a go at creating a healthy lunchbox with this activity...http://www.foodafactoflife.org.uk/Activity.aspx?contentId=56&
We hope to keep this project going by fundraising activities in school, donations from FOR/grandparents and from outside companies when the opportunity arises.
We have achieved the Woodlands Trust Gold Award, ECO Schools Green Flag and Level 5 in the RHS Campaign For School Gardening.