The Eco-Council works to ensure that the school is an environmentally friendly place for all and that everyone is actively doing their part for the good of the earth. The school is part of the Eco-Schools programme and in June 2022 we achieved the Green Flag and the status of being an Eco-friendly school.

We aim to achieve the Green Flag again in June 2024. We have undertaken an Environmental Review of the whole school and put together an Action Plan for the year.

We are currently working on:

  • Energy
  • Healthy Living
  • Litter
  • School Grounds/Biodiversity 

Get excited for !

The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership, in partnership with Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and FermanAware (Fermanagh Trust), are hosting Fermanagh's biggest ever litter pick for a second year and we need YOUR help!

Taking place ANYTIME between Friday 26th and Saturday 27th April 2024, you can get involved on water or on land. We are aiming to cover all of Fermanagh, so whether you are part of a local community group and want to keep your area clean, a school who wants to teach children the importance of keeping Fermanagh's natural heritage and landscape looked after, or a resident who wants to tidy their street, then this is for you!

All you need to do is sign up! Let us know where you plan to litter pick and we will add you to our map of Fermanagh.

If you took part in last years litter pick, and chose to keep your equipment - let us know if you are running low on anything and we will restock you. If its your first time joining The Big BIG Fermanagh Litter Pick, we will provide the equipment for you to take part (including litter pickers, hi-vis, first aid kits and bin bags!)

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Remember anything you can do to help, will make a big impact!

This event was made possible with funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund

For the next 10 days we will be taking part in the Sustrans big walk and wheel event. We are aiming to increase the number of children coming to school in an active way for example, walking, scooting or cycling. Please see the letter and poster below for more information!

Santa Daily Mile 2023

P2 loved having the opportunity to pick the vegetables they planted in P1 to make some delicious soup. They picked, cleaned, diced and blended the vegetables to make a nutritious snack. 

Ditch the Dark 2023

Cross Country 2023

Santa Run 2022

Taking part in the Big Litter Pick in our local area as reducing the litter in our school grounds and community is one of our eco targets

P6 and 7 had a busy afternoon planting trees in Belleek

Having fun in the fresh air during Nature Club



Meet the Eco Team

The members of the Eco-Committee for this year are:

P4: Casey and Arwen

P5: Eveleen and Daithi

P6: Emmet and Edward

P7: Fintan and Jacob

Along with the children and staff of St.Martin's, the Eco Committee work hard to keep our school environmentally friendly. We have been working on reducing the energy used in school, promoting a healthy lifestyle, reducing litter in our community and improving our school grounds to promote biodiversity.

Gardening Club

Every Friday the ECO team attend a gardening club. They learn how to plant, grow and care for a variety of plants while also working in a team to make our outdoor area a beautiful place.