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Newsletter 4 – 14 November 2017

Well done to Freshford C of E Primary School who are currently leading the Energy Sparks Scoreboard with 80 points. The Energy Sparks campaign at Freshford School is being led by Year 6 pupils who are enthusiastically monitoring classroom temperatures, and lights and electrical appliances left on at lunch time each day. Their Energy team […]

Newsletter 3 – 31 October 2017

Well done to Pensford Primary School who are leading the Energy Sparks Scoreboard! Pensford Primary School are using Class Dojo to reward classes when they remember to turn off electrical items at lunchtime. They will give certificates to the classes with the most points at the end of term. You can find out more on […]

Newsletter 2 – October 2017

Well done to Pensford Primary School who have started their Energy Sparks journey and set up a new Eco-team at the school, earning themselves 20 Energy Sparks points! Some schools are starting to take advantage of a visit from the Energy Sparks team to introduce Energy Sparks to their Energy/Eco/Green team. A possible format for […]

Newsletter 1 – September 2017

Welcome to the first Energy Sparks newsletter! We are delighted that 10 schools have already signed up to the Energy Sparks project and our first competition. The schools taking part are Bishop Sutton Primary, Castle Primary, Freshford C of E Primary, Marksbury Primary, Paulton Juniors, Pensford Primary, Saltford C of E Primary, Stanton Drew Primary, […]