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Sustainability At The Croft

Education of Pupils

The pupils are encouraged to value their local and wider environment through a variety of age appropriate topics

Biomass Heating           

All the school’s heating is powered by biomass heating systems

PV Solar Panels

The school’s theatre and sports hall have pv solar panels installed

LED Lighting     

All lighting fixtures are LED with many automatic switches 

Tree Growing                      

The Croft continues to plant trees every year

Insulated Rooms           

Rooms are well insulated

Efficient Heating Systems          

The individual rooms have their own controls

Recycle            

Paper, cardboard, clothing and glass

 

Next Steps   Improve efficiency of internal heating, ie flush the systems and improve the air tightness of individual buildings

The Croft is committed to creating an environmentally sustainable school and environment

Curriculum: teaching and learning

The Croft uses sustainable and environmental concepts in many areas of the curriculum, across all the age groups, so that the pupils understand and appreciate the world they live in.

Campus: buildings and grounds

The Croft has and will continue to create a sustainable environment within which our pupils learn.  This is achieved by using biomass to heat our building, solar panels to support our electrical usage and environmentally friendly products where possible.

Community: inside and out

The Croft encourages a sustainable world view, acted both locally and internationally.

Culture: caring and respect

The Croft encourages both staff and pupils to:  

Reducing waste, especially food and paper.       
Reusing items were possible.
Recycling of a wide variety of products.

 

Alveston Hill, Loxley Road,
Stratford-upon-Avon,
Warwickshire, CV37 7RL

T:01789 293795

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