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School Name
  Bambanani Primary
Rationale / Mission
  Our school is committed a sustainable future. We hope to showcase our action projects as example for all stakeholders to acknowledge. Our school is committed to providing a healthy happy environment for both learners and the
Vision
  Our vision is to empower the school through formal and informal structures to raise environmental awareness and action amongst the entire community.
Initiatives
  We aim to do this by
1. Providing environmental literacy to all learners, staff members and community members.
2. Integrate environmental learning in the curriculum
3. Entrench sustainable practices at the school
4. Work
Existing School Focus Areas
 

  • Biodiversity Network
  • Catchment to Coast
  • Community & Social Responsibility
  • Production, Consumption & Waste
  • Energy & Climate Action
  • Health & Well-being
  • Water & Sanitation

Establish An Adult Action Team & A Learner Action Team / Eco-club
 

  • We have an Adult Action team

Action Team Member List
 

Name of staff/parent/community member Grade/role/task assigned
George Mavundla Eco-Club coordinator
Mr Mpungose Principal

Year One Focus Area
 

Focus Area Details
Catchment to Coast
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Target 1
Monitor and manage our local stream outside the school (as best we can, considering it is in fact an erosion zone)
1. Organise another mini sass outing with One Planet
2. Inform the learners about the eco-brick project and allocate an area for Eco brick collection
3. Set a date for a community clean up campaign- talk to the municipality
4. Upload all the mini sass results on the Groundtruth website
Target 1: Goals
Goal Identified Action Identified Location/Area within School Implementation steps Resources needed Who is responsible? Deadline
Conduct mini SASS Check water quality Outside school Locate stream and plan around lesson various One PLanet March 2022
Lesson on Freshwater ecosystems Lesson planned Grd 567 set date various One Planet March 2022
Macroinvertebrate water poster Poster of macroinvertebrates set date School March 2022
Conduct mini SASS again At possibly another site set date various One Planet /School Dec 2022
Eco-bricks Collect Grd 5 6 7 set challenge bottles and waste School Dec 2022
Clean up Plan a community/school clean up Outside school set date bags/gloves School Dec 2022
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Focus Area Details
Biodiversity Network
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Target 1
Increase and expand indigenous gardens and plant up empty beds
Plant up at least two more beds with frost and drought resistance indigenous plants
2. Monitor the animals and biodiversity that visits the garden
3.Use the biodiversity garden as a tool for learning-familiarise the learners with names of plants, medicinal plants
Target 1: Goals
Goal Identified Action Identified Location/Area within School Implementation steps Resources needed Who is responsible? Deadline
Add to set up beds ID areas get plants outside Grd 7 /6 classrooms Collect plants Indigenous plants One Planet and school Dec 2022
Lesson on indigenous plants lesson plan Grd 6 /7 Set dates Various School/One Planet Dec 2022
Clear weeds from beds clear weeds beds to be planted set dates tools school Oct 2022
Set up Biodiversity recording sheet create template Sept 2022
Celebrate Arbor day/week Plant tree/s to be decided get trees trees school Sept 2022
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Dept of Env Affairs School
Focus Area Details
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Target 1
1. Educate learners about the science of climate change and make a solar cooker
2. Use this solar cooker at least three times in the year especially for Heritage Day celebrations
3. In addition to solar cooking, set up a rain gauge to monitor rainfall and incorporate data collected in school Math lessons

1. Communicate with One Planet with regards to the Climate Change lesson- arrange a date and prepare co-teacher
2. Collect the correct material to make a solar cooker
3. Introduce the solar cooker to the cooking staff and show the community how to use it
4. Organise a heritage day celebration and send out invites
5. Install a rain gauge and create a worksheet to capture data and make meaning of the date

Target 1: Goals
Goal Identified Action Identified Location/Area within School Implementation steps Resources needed Who is responsible? Deadline
Lesson on Climate Crisis Plant indigenous beds indentified set date various One PLanet/School Dec 2022
Lesson on renewables make solar oven/wonderbags NA Set date various One Planet Dec 2022
Use solar oven at least 3x for cooking ID important dates to link with NA Set dates solar oven/ingredients School Dec 2022
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Year Two Focus Area
 

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Year Three Focus Area
 

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