Welcome To Ladywood Primary School

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Eco School


At Ladywood, each class has an Eco representative, to help monitor our recycling and water and energy usage.

We are always collecting and recycling batteries as part of the Big Battery Hunt so please send any used batteries you have at home into school.


We hold a Christmas jumper swap and regulary hold school uniform swaps in the spring and summer term.




We encourage everyone in school to start their day by walking, scooting or park and striding to school. We also ask smokers to stay away from the school entrance, to allow everyone a healthier start and end to their day.

All our classes have recycling bins for their food waste and are helping to create compost to use around the school grounds.

We are lucky to have lots of space for every class to get involved with growing plants and vegetables.

We are working on updating and improving areas around school that encourage wildlife and biodiversity. We also have trees that have been donated by 'The Woodlands Trust'. Why not check out their website to see if you can get involved too!


Ladywood takes part in various Eco events throughout the year, including National Bee Day, Earth Day, World Ocean Day and The Big Garden Birdwatch event, to name just a few. We are always sending suggestions of things to do at home to be more Eco friendly and ideas of how to get outside and enjoy all that nature has to offer. Keep an eye out on the school Dojo page for regular updates throughout the year.

Ladywood are proud to receive a Green flag in recognition of all the environmental work we have completed.
We would like to thank the whole of our school community, for getting involved and supporting the many schemes and initiatives we have done.

Let's keep up the good work and keep making a difference to the environment, and a positive future for us all.

Ladywood ECO Code