Sparsholt Church of England Primary School has been graded excellent by the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) following the inspection on April 28. The curriculum at the elementary school is innovative, and the kids support local and global concerns with compassion.
To educate the students about recycling and its importance towards the environment, new aluminium recycling bin have been installed next to the Sparsholt Village Shop. Residents are advised to keep and wash their aluminium foil before bringing it to the collection station to help reduce waste and assist Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.
“This school is a truly inspiring place to learn and to work. All members of the school community live out the Christian vision with authenticity and kindness. The vision is embedded and effective,” said the report from SIAMS.
Recycling is an essential component of the contemporary aluminium industry. Recycling aluminium requires around 5 per cent of the energy needed to produce new aluminium, lowering carbon emissions and saving enterprises and end users money. Consequently, over 75 per cent of all aluminium produced has been recycled.
“We couldn’t have achieved this without everyone’s continued support and positivity. This is truly an amazing whole school community and I feel so lucky to be part of it,” stated Headtecher Elizabeth Hanratty in the school newsletter.