Green Valley School maintains an eco friendly environment and develops a sense of consciousness among students and teachers at the commencement of school year.
From gardening skills, to taking care of birds and animals and a sense of environmental responsibilities in pupil, is developed in Green valley through various eco friendly programmes
- Green Valley conducts “ Fridays for Future Walk” on the last friday of every month.
- The school makes students to pledge that they will not burn plastic.
- Green Valley buildings are the biggest energy users and hence:-
- Sustainable habits like getting children to switch off all fans, appliances and lights when not in use is promoted.
- Students are given clarity on renewable energy and the power of technology that goes a long in making things.
- Schools remain a huge source of pollution and waste degrades the environment. Following the sustainable routine in the schools,
- Green patch exercise:
- Students are taught to ensure taps are closed properly after use and also to use water sparingly.
- A green patch of land is dedicated on the school premises .Students are taught about planting and caring for it. It’s a learning practice and it helps them be in tune with eco-friendly activities
- Introducing ‘do at home’ experiments like planting trees in the area or finding solutions to reduce and segregate waste in-house.
- Homework is given on sustainability.
- The School is setting ‘eco-friendly’ themes every fort night to different classes to be presented in the school assembly.
- Conducting environmental club meetings every month on the last working day..
- Conducting mock awareness rallies within the school premises. Once in a quater, led by one of the class students.
- A group of 8 to 10 kids are chosen to research a topic related to the environment who are tasked to sensitize the rest on the environmental Day.
- Get Plants for the classroom:
- Placing a plant in each classroom has numerous benefits. A plant can help reduce dust and carbon dioxide levels while preventing the growth of pollutants. Students are encouraged to bring plants and maintain the same throughout the year.