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Welcome to the blog. It celebrates the many small steps of the schools aiming to become more sustainable via the 'Sussed in the Forest' project. It is these 'small steps' that children often recall years later when they've left school. Most of these schools started from nowhere, with no history of education for sustainability so we hope that you are inspired by their work. This is not a race: it may take a school three years to obtain a Green Flag or a Roots and Shoots award, but we really hope that schools enjoy the journey! A child has one chance in education so that journey is critically important.

Listing posts about Milford on Sea Pre School

Nursery world

Milford Pre-School Plus in Nursery World

Published on 2016-05-25 by Gill Hickman

Getting everyone involved

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Celebrating the bee at Milford Pre-School

Published on 2016-05-09 by Gill Hickman

What a wonderful nature education these children enjoy.

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Space biologist


Published on 2016-04-29 by Gill Hickman

This short blog article was written for Roots and Shoots and shows the space problems in a brilliant but tiny Pre-School!

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Recycled Pots for Plants

Published on 2016-03-12 by Gill Hickman

Lovely article written for Jane Goodall's Roots and Shoots

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Why wait for Fairtrade Fortnight

Published on 2016-02-07 by Gill Hickman

Sarah Rix introduces Milford Pre-School children to Fairtrade ...

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Making birdfeeders

RSPB BIRDWATCH at Milford Pre-School

Published on 2016-01-29 by Gill Hickman

Sarah Rix explains that RSPB BIrdwatch at Milford Pre-School was not a one off event!

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Stickman at PreMilford

Published on 2016-01-08 by Gill Hickman

Inspired by the Stickman story

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Christmas Recycling at Milford Pre-School

Published on 2015-12-22 by Gill Hickman

Socks for recycling, not for Santa

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Green flag

Green Flag for Milford PreSchool

Published on 2015-12-16 by Gill Hickman

The first of our schools to get an Eco-Schools Green Flag!

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Recycling at Milford pre-School

Published on 2015-10-19 by Gill Hickman

Recycling - from nothing to everything!

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