Food For Life

We currently have the Silver Food For Life Award.  Year 2 children have been invited to take a lead by joining the School's Nutritional Action Group (SNAG) to help us work towards the next level of the award. If you would like more information on FFL this is the website: www.foodforlife.org.uk

 Read about our progress towards the award and our Food For Life Blog.

As part of Food for Life we would like to make parents aware of where they can find organic produce in the Leeds area. This website provides details of independent delis, restaurants, cafés and shops which sell organic food.  

Find out more about exploring food and cooking with your children at home.

 

Food and Drink

By 2020, the Government would like all schools to be model suppliers of healthy, local and sustainable food and drink. Food should, where possible, be produced or prepared on site. Schools should show strong commitments to the environment, social responsibility and animal welfare. They should also seek to increase their involvement with local suppliers.

Energy and Water

By 2020, the Government would like all schools to be models of energy efficiency, renewable energy use and water management. They should take the lead in their communities by showcasing wind, solar and bio-fuel energy, low energy equipment, freshwater conservation, use of rainwater and other measures.

Travel and Traffic

By 2020, the Government would like all schools to be models of sustainable travel, where vehicles are used only when absolutely necessary and where there are exemplary facilities for healthier, less polluting or less dangerous modes of transport.

Purchasing and Waste

By 2020, the Government would like all schools to be models of sustainable procurement, using goods and services of high environmental and ethical standards from local sources where practicable, and increasing value for money by reusing, repairing and recycling as many goods as possible.

Local Wellbeing

By 2020, the Government would like all schools to be models of good corporate citizenship within their local areas, enriching their educational mission with activities that improve the environment and quality of life of local people.

Inclusion and Participation

By 2020, the Government would like all schools to be models of social inclusion, enabling all pupils to participate fully in school life while instilling a long-lasting respect for human rights, freedoms, cultures and creative expression.

Buildings and Grounds

By 2020, the Government would like all school buildings – old and new to make visible use of sustainable design features and , as opportunities arise, to choose building technologies, interior furnishings and equipment with a low impact on the environment. We would like all schools to develop their grounds in ways that help pupils learn about the natural world and sustainable living, for example, through food growing and biodiversity conservation. 

Global Dimension

By 2020, the Government would like all schools to be models of good global citizenship, enriching their educational mission with activities that improve the lives of people living in other parts of the world.

 

 

Mission Statement

We are a happy and proud school. We believe that we provide a safe and secure environment that nurtures a love of learning.

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Admissions

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Achievements

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