Hi there all you eco-warriors ! I am Elliot the Eco-Bat and this is my wonderful Eco-blog where all the schools I visit record the fantastic environmental work they are doing. I love helping them with their garden and wildlife projects and here are some of the great jobs they have been doing this year. Keep up the good work!
Love from Elliot
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During Elliot’s visit to Castlechurch he spent some time with each year group, as they aimed to improve their school grounds during World Environment Day.
After his visit to Weston Road Academy, Elliot had an important job helping out at the 'There is No Planet B' environmental art exhibition.
This popular annual event - otherwise known as Stafford's Green Arts Festival - took place during February Half Term at St Chad's Church and also at the Food for Thought Cafe.
Elliot was very pleased to meet lots of visitors (over 1200 people came along to the exhibition) and to discuss why it is so important for us to look after our planet - after all it is the only one we have got.
Elliot was introduced to Weston Road Academy’s garden chickens Roddy, Atty and Durrell. Elliot also had the chance to see the Gardening Clubs individual gardening plots along with the new secret garden they are building.
After receiving an eco grant from Stafford Borough Council Walton High decided to build bat homes and bug hotels to give Elliot a home for the winter.
Elliot joined Meir Heath Primary School to visit the children, their family and teachers help brighten up their rundown picnic area.
While Elliot sunbathed, the children, parents and teachers got to work planting flowers in the picnic area. After all the hard work they were rewarded with a cup of tea and a slice of cake.