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Bishopton Primary School

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Green Team

Bishopton Green Team


Bishopton's 'Green Team' are responsible for all things environmental in the school. The children represent their classes and work with teachers to promote environmental issues. 


One of the most recent things which the green team have been responsible for is to encourage the school to use less paper when sending letters home to parents. As a result, most of these are now electronic, thus saving many trees as a result.

The Green Team class representatives are:

Year 1 

Year 1/2 

Year 2 

Year 3 

Year 4 

Year 5

Year 5/6 

Year 6 

WASTEBUSTER Home Recycling Challenge:

Our school had 24 completed Home Recycling Challenge competition sheets returned. Thank you to everyone who has taken part! They have had prizes of healthy cookies and recycled pencils. Remember, your family can also win great prizes, including an iPad, by taking part in the poster competition and uploading a photo to the challenge website. Thank you for helping us promote care for the environment to the children and do let us know if any of you win Challenge prizes for being recycling heroes at home!          


Year 5 - Amy and Elecktra

Year 4 - Lucy and Zuzanna

Year 2 - Annabel, Florence, Mia and Nyla

Year 1 - Alex, Alice, Amelia, Charlotte, Gabe, Grace, Isabel, Julia, Natalia, Oliver, Polina, Rafael, Ramazan and Tillie-Mai

Reception - Laura and Scarlett


The weekly gardening club has continued this year. Year 1 and 2 children have taken part in this club with Miss Hanson. Well done to everyone involved.


We have been very lucky to have a skilled local volunteer, Chris Ricketts, who has worked with the children to create a Bug Hotel. Over the Summer Term we will be adding lots of natural materials to create a fantastic habitat for all sorts of creatures.

We will keep you updated with our progress.

Chris lays down the foundations of the bug hotel using logs and pallets
Chris led a great  assembly to the whole school on the importance of bugs and how we will create 'rooms' in the bug hotel using plastic cartons and natural materials.