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As part of Groundwork London’s One
World Schools programme, Roe Green Junior School in Kingsbury, are
working to be a flagship school for sustainability in Brent.
By being part of this programme, staff
from Groundwork in west London provide environmental expertise to
the school and advise them on how to embed the principles of
sustainable development, adopting a whole school approach.
Location: Southwark This project is a great example of the fantastic work and recognition sustainable schools projects are achieving. The judges of the ‘Southwark In Bloom’ awardswere particularly impressed by the enthusiasm of the pupils as they gave a tour around the gardens and demonstrated real knowledge of their wildlife friendly garden that Groundwork London helped to create.
Location: Southwark St Johns Catholic School in Southwark received their Green Flag award in a special assembly on the morning of the 9th December 2009. This award marks the school’s hard work and commitment to having a green ethos and making practical changes to how they behave. Groundwork London helped implement these changes through utilising the schools outdoor spaces showing pupils how to compost and recycle.
Location: Lambeth Wyvil School in Lambeth celebrated acheiving their Green Flag award in 2008 by holding a special assembly. The award highlights to pupils and the wider community issues such as conserving energy and water, recycling, bio-diversity and climate change. Groundwork London got involved to help the school achieve this award and maintain the great work they