Last week the project had a great meeting with John Smith from Holy Family School, who is the lead on the eco council.
The school has recently got involved with becoming an eco school. They have set up their eco-council committee which is led by the pupils and one of the actions on their plan is to have a garden to grow flowers and vegetables, and that's where the L8LS project comes into it.
We are partnering up with the Liverpool City Council on site development and once completed we will be scheduling in some workshops with the students during the summer.
If you would like to know more about developing an eco school, check out the link below.