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Southsea Infants School  Eco monitors (l-r) Florence Kelly (5), James Mason (6), Oliver Palmer (5), Ted Male (6), Isaac Thomas (6), Charlotte Wallace (7), Bill Eales (7), and headteacher Lyndsey Cook and teacher Daniel Marshman. School has become first school in Portsmouth to be awarded a green flag. for its environmental work.
Southsea Infants School Eco monitors (l-r) Florence Kelly (5), James Mason (6), Oliver Palmer (5), Ted Male (6), Isaac Thomas (6), Charlotte Wallace (7), Bill Eales (7), and headteacher Lyndsey Cook and teacher Daniel Marshman. School has become first school in Portsmouth to be awarded a green flag. for its environmental work.
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Staff and pupils at Southsea Infant School work hard to be environmentally friendly.

Whether it’s recycling or composting, walking to school, or making sure all the lights are switched off, these children are keen to take care of the world that they live in.

And now all the hard work has paid off - as the school has recently become the first in Portsmouth to be presented with an Eco Schools green flag award.

An assessor came into the school for a special visit to look at the work that the staff and students have done to become environmentally friendly. Headteacher, Lyndsey Cook, says she is proud of the work the students have done.

‘It’s fantastic and we are the first school in Portsmouth to have got this award,’ she says.

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