Meet the members

Our vision as a school is to stop climate change. We are committed to making a difference in the world, as we believe that children are the future. If children lead the changes they want to see in the world, adults will follow. Our eco-committee is lead by a group of young people who are determined to move the school’s commitment to climate change forward. They completed applications, went through an interview stage and in a short space of time are already making plans for Trinity Academy St Chad’s to become more environmentally friendly. This is our Trinity MAT Earthshot and we are so proud to be part of it.

Student members: Issac, Jack, Faye, Austin, Briar, Kai, Elizabeth, Oscar, Megan, Carter, Lola, Henry
Staff Ambassadors and Governors: Mrs Capper, Miss Ahmed, Mrs O’Kane, Mrs Longley, Mrs Gilroy


I think we can change the way people arrive at school to stop air pollution.


I want to help animals who are in danger.


Having eco committee members in school will improve students and teacher’s knowledge of the problems the Earth’s experiencing.


I believe we can change how we act around the environment at school


I want to do more things to be environmentally friendly.


When I grow up, I want to help animals that are in danger all over the world


I’ve noticed rubbish around the world and we need to help pick it up so animals aren’t hurt.


I have lots of ideas to help raise money for local and worldwide causes.


I’m looking forward to helping school use less paper.

Miss Ahmed

The future of humanity and indeed all life on earth depend on us, let’s make the change now.

Mrs O’Kane

It's important that our children understand what small changes can be made to reduce the impact of global warming

Mrs Capper

It’s important to look after our planet, our animals and recycle to protect future generations.