Eco & Garden

We were awarded the Green Flag in July 2015 and it was renewed in 2018.
For more details see Eco Schools England
We also have a Green Procurement Policy for school.

Home Learning

For Sustainable St Albans Week - Make a Garbage Gobbler

Our Eco WORLD Code 

     W alk to school if you can
     O nly use what you need
     R ecycle and reuse
     L ights out when not needed
     D o put rubbish in the bin

Eco News

Here is our latest Eco News!

Eco Newsletter 2
Eco Newsletter 1


Eco Team

Our Eco Team meets at lunchtime and discusses ways that we can save energy and reduce our rubbish. We will choose new Eco children each term this year to give more children the opportunity to take part on the Eco Team.
Next meeting: July
Eco School Minutes Jun 18
Eco School Minutes Apr 18
Eco School Minutes Mar 18
Eco School Minutes Feb 18
Eco School Minutes Jan 18

Caring for our Oceans

These are some poster designs that Year 2 children designed about caring for the oceans, following the class work we have been doing about the storm whale story. The children have learnt about how important it is to care for ocean life, in particular by reducing the amount of plastic waste that ends up in the sea. Jan 2018

Green Day October 17

Get Your Grown Ups Gardening!

Thank you to everyone who came to help us tidy the grounds and garden. Sept 2017

Eco Poster winners 2017

Congratulations to our Eco poster winners - Amelia and Finley - Nursery, Jan - Class 1, Patrick - Class 2, Genevieve - Class 3, Alicia - Class 4, Ariane - Class 5 and Caitlin - class 6.

Harvesting Pumpkins

Our Growing Wall


"Pupils learn to appreciate the wonder of the natural world and the need to care for it, especially through the contribution they make on the ECO committee." Ofsted Report, July 2011

The Alban Way Project

The Eco Team at Ss Alban and Stephen Infant School have written to St Albans City and District Council to ask for permission to develop a small area of the Alban Way Footpath, between the Infant and Junior Schools. The Eco Team noticed that the area is quite overgrown, with lots of brambles. They suggested planting some trees and flowers there instead, that may attract more wildlife to the area, such as bees and butterflies. The Junior School staff and children are also keen to be involved in this project. We hope to apply for a grant from Tesco in order to fund the development of this area in April 2016.