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This year we are focusing on teaching our children different ways to take care of our planet and become “sustainable citizens”. 

Being a sustainable citizen means we want our children to be able to meet their own needs but without compromising the needs of future generations.

As we progress through the year, we will be adding news and information on how you can support your child at home.

Midfield Hub

Here, at Midfield, we aim to enable all of our children to become sustainable citizens. We promote the 3 R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and teach children to respect themselves and their environment. As part of focus on sustainability and supporting our children and families we are excited to announce the launch of Midfield Hub.

Our first was trialed in Early Years just before Christmas and was very successful, so now we run it for the whole school.

What is Midfield Hub?

Think of a 'Bring and Buy Sale' without buying! We are asking for donations of pre-loved toys, games, clothing, household items etc. Please ask your friends and family if they are able to support us by donating too. Items must be in good, clean, working condition. We can accept battery powered items but not mains powered electrical items. Please hand donations to your child's class teacher or the school office. Children and families are invited to come along to the event and choose items that you want/ need. Items are free of charge to everyone. All we ask is that you continue to consider donating your pre-loved items to Midfield Hub in the future.

We hope that we can run the Hub each term to promote reusing and recycling and in turn support the children and families at Midfield.

 If you have any questions or queries please speak to Miss Smith or Mrs Spicer.

We are very excited to launch this new initiative; thank you so much for your support.

Please see the Midfield Hub photo album to get a flavour of this exciting event.

Earth Week

During Earth Week, we have been growing beans and finding exciting ways to upcycle our rubbish. Matthew made a wonderful flower planter from recycled bottles, and Brody M planted lettuce seeds at home, so he could grow his own salad.