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Dundonald Primary


Dundonald Eco-Warriors are made up of two representatives from each class, Year 1 to Year 6.

They are elected at the beginning of the autumn term to lead projects and address issues relating to sustainability.  The Eco-Warriors meet on a regular basis (usually weekly) and they feed back to their classes on action points and represent their class’ concerns and ideas at meetings.  Four of the Eco-Warriors also have the role of Junior Travel Ambassadors.  This means they have extra responsibility for looking at travel issues in the school. 

The Eco-Warriors take the lead in reviewing the sustainability issues in the school.  In the autumn term they carry out an Environmental Review and any issues arising are then incorporated into the Eco Action Plan, to be worked on throughout the year. The Eco-Warriors are also involved in presenting assemblies to the whole school such as promoting the Eco-Code, introducing competitions, explaining the importance of Fairtrade, as well as passing on green messages and reminders. 

On a weekly basis they help the site manager take energy meter readings, empty the paper recycling bins in the classrooms and monitor energy efficiency in the classrooms by making sure lights are turned off and doors are closed when classrooms are not in use.

Every two years the Eco-Warriors are involved in renewing the school’s Green Flag, which is an award recognising the school’s eco work.  During this process the school has to show how they are working on the 9 eco-topics of transport, waste, water, litter, school grounds, healthy living, energy, biodiversity and global citizenship. 

The Eco-Warriors were very proud to have renewed this award in March 2017.

In July 2018 Dundonald Primary School has been voted England's number one Green Ambassador School.  


Projects 2017/18 include:

  • Promoting cycling and scooting – photo competition
  • Adopting a WWF endangered animal
  • Litter picking
  • 2nd Hand Uniform Sales
  • Switch-Off Fortnight class competition
  • Promoting walking to school
  • Y5 food waste project
  • Eco-stall at the winter fair
  • Textile collection
  • Grow your own potatoes in Early Years
  • Developing the Early Years outside area
  • Waste Competition
  • The Big Pedal
  • Dundonald Rec community project with Wimbledon Chase

Meet the 2017/18 Eco-Warriors

Year 1G: Florence and Rory
Year 1M:  Linnea and Tsetsi
Year 2H:     

Pippa and Archie

Year 2M:   Mansha and Danny
Year 3:    Idman and Shriyans
Year 4:    Leah and Faris
Year 5:   Julie and Leo
Year 6D:   Flora and Amir
Year 6G: Anna and Barney