ECO Rep meeting Thursday 16th June
Welcome – Apologies – Martha
ECO Morning Celebration
Most ECO reps thought our ECO celebration morning was a success despite the weather. P7 thought it was a good theme and classes showed good knowledge of animals. Charlie in P6 thought there was a big effort by everyone and thought it was great we included St Joseph’s. Brodie felt that endangered animals was a good theme and people put a lot of effort into it. He felt it was a good idea for classes to have posters of their animal. Charlie felt that everyone listened because the animals were different and interesting.
Eliza in P7 thought the P7’s could have gone first to show the P1’s how to do the parade. Brodie felt benches for P5, P6 and P7’s with mats for younger pupils. He felt he didn’t see as much as he would have liked. Imran suggested separate ECO mornings for infants and uppers. Erinn thought the ice cream was good and one class could have entertained the school with a demonstration of their talents. Eliza felt we could have had the stage up for the morning and Natasha thought different flavoured ice cream would have been nice.
P4’s have been helping pick litter up on their daily mile round the playground which has made a difference to the litter picks but new bins would be beneficial to have in that area.
Recycling has continued and most ECO reps feel their classes do a good job. Some pupils need to remember the importance of placing recycling in the bin. All classes to be give a roll of green biodegradeable bags for their food caddy.
Mr Burgess thanked all the ECO reps for their hard work over the course of the session and distributed certificates to each pupil. Mr Burgess explained that ECO evidence had been submitted in support of our application for Green Flag renewal and the result would be shared after the summer holidays.