View Richard Dunne’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Take a look at the video for the Green Schools Revolution, when the Co-operative and TV farmer and food grower Jimmy Doherty visited Ashley. They are becoming very responsible and great at portion control. Photograph: Richard Dunne.

To find out more about our cleaning eco partners visit Delphis Eco. Wiles Greeworld are one of the leading green office suppliers in the country and were awarded Best Green Company by The Sunday Times in 2011. Bore Place offers education for children and adults on organic farming and sustainable living.

In 2010, ActionAid worked with our headteacher, Richard Dunne, on the 10:10 campaign – a national drive to cut the UK’s carbon emissions by 10% during 2010. In addition, Wiles Greenworld share our passions and have made substantial sponsorship donations for our year six Chamonix expeditions. In 2010, ActionAid worked with our headteacher, Richard Dunne, on the 10:10 campaign – a national drive to cut the UK’s carbon emissions by 10% during 2010. Photograph: Richard Dunne Richard has 1 job listed on their profile. Most importantly though, we have a more happy, fulfilled and healthy school, and our children are being given an education in good food that will keep them going throughout their adult lives. But how could we go about it? We ensure at school that all of our office supplies and the paper we used to make resources for the children’s learning, come from a sustainable source, made from recycled materials. We embrace our local community and businesses and realise that to be sustainable, we must all support each other. And because the school kitchen uses the children's produce, they are always excited about eating it. Photograph: Richard Dunne Read our blog on the ActionAid website. Ashley has worked with the Co-operative to help develop ideas for engaging more children and schools in sustainability. Richard Dunne is headteacher at Ashley C of E Primary School in Surrey and a member of the School Food Plan Expert Panel.

As examples, we are currently growing 14 varieties of potato, we have a Surrey apple orchard and last autumn we planted a pear orchard with 21 varieties of pear.

Here are some of the partners who continue to support Ashley in our work in sustainability: We ensure at school that all of our office supplies and the paper we used to make resources for the children’s learning, come from a sustainable source, made from recycled materials.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. In March 2012 the Co-operative launched their Green Schools Revolution at Ashley School. We now have extensive food growing areas with a strong focus on diversity.

We involved the children in shaping every aspect of the lunchtime experience, down to choosing the right kind of knife and fork. Would love your thoughts, please comment.

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In 2015, Ashley School became an Eco Schools Ambassador School.

We wanted the children to come in and sit at tables straight away, not queue up and wait in long lines, and we created a family style setting with food served at the table, with proper plates, glasses and cutlery. We are now developing our own Harmony Centre at school so we can continue to share our learning with groups outside school as well as further exploring them ourselves. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. The system we inherited simply wasn't good enough, so we needed to take action. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. Our 'whole school' food culture quickly took hold over almost every aspect of the lunchtime and beyond. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. The Co-operative supports schools in their work around sustainability and food growing. Assistant Head - MRS T HARDING (Deputy DSL) email: tholder@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. Headteacher - MR A CLARK email: head@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. Take a look at the Eco Schools website and you can read some of our case studies. When I took over at Ashley Church of England Primary School, the food wasn't great. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Eco Schools were hugely impressed not just by how broadly we approach sustainability in all the dimenesions, but also how well we have intergrated it into the children’s learning. Now, with the exception of our youngest, the children take a lead role in serving one another. Ashley School is currently working towards the Food for Life Gold Award. From 1st January 2020.

This caused a lot of upheaval and needed commitment from the whole school community to make it happen. Following the unpopular and unnecessary loss of the school’s former Headteacher - Mr Richard Dunne - we have been following a series of events unfolding at Ashley School.

For six months the children had to make do with packed lunches while a new kitchen was built so that the food could be cooked fresh on site.

After careful consultation, parents agreed to a rise of 10p (to £2.10) to fund local, seasonal fruit and veg and high welfare, organic meat. Sold as concentrate at a fraction of the cost (50p) of supermarket products, the school community bring their bottles back to the dose station for a refill ‘squirt’ to which water is added. Wiles Greeworld are one of the leading green office suppliers in the country and were awarded Best Green Company by The Sunday Times in 2011. From 2013, Ashley School has developed a partnership with Bore Place Farm in Chiddingston, Kent. Available are multi-purpose, anti bacterial and bathroom cleaner which are also used by Surrey Commercial Services in our kitchen. The school offers post graduate programmes for the study of traditional arts.

School food plan: pupils at Ashley Church of England primary school grow their own vegetables and use locally sourced produce to ensure they get the best lunch possible. We're proud of the quality of our seasonal ingredients and the food that we produce on-site so we asked the kitchen team to share food information each week with the children about interesting new ingredients they would be trying – asparagus one week and school-grown salad leaves the next. Assistant Head - MRS V HOPKINS (Deputy DSL) email: vhopkins@ashley… Take a look at the video for the.

The Project seeks to establish a deeper understanding of Harmony and a global community of Harmony Practitioners. Photograph: Richard Dunne Harmony is a new way of looking at our world and The Harmony Project explores principles of Harmony and how they can be applied in practice.

The farm hosts approximately 250 dairy cows and a variety of vegetable and fruit growing areas. Photograph: Richard Dunne

Deputy Headteacher - MRS J STEVENS Designated Safeguarding Lead email: deputyhead@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. The lesson was led by four year six children from Ashley, teaching children in three schools in London, Liverpool and Texas, USA, on potato growing. It's been a long journey, but we now have a curriculum-wide approach to food in which children are empowered to manage their own lunchtimes and see food as another part of their learning experience.

We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Ashley has worked with the Co-operative to help develop ideas for engaging more children and schools in sustainability. Take-up now stands at a much healthier 70% and we're a world away from the pre-packed uniformity we had when I first took over. We also get your email address to automatically create an account for you in our website.

The impressive educational centre is made from entirely sustainable materials, with energy generated from its solar panels, wind turbine and woodchip biomass boiler. The visit was televised live on ITV morning Daybreak. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur.

Photograph: Richard Dunne In the 2013-14  and 2014-15 academic years, Harmony workshops have taken place over four day-long workshops held at Ashley for over 60 educationalists. As a result from the hard work the panel has done, the government has decided to support the plan – one of the implications being universally free school meals for all infant children from September 2014.

To succeed and really turn it around I knew we couldn't simply tweak one element of it – it would have to be a 'whole school' approach, affecting everything from the canteen environment to the quality and provenance of the ingredients.

Richard Dunne, Headteacher at Ashley CofE Primary School, continues his reflections on the value of the Harmony Principles as outlined by HRH The Prince of Wales.

Richard has 1 job listed on their profile. Our Year Four children visit Bore Place twice each year as they learn more about growing organic food. The canteen environment was carefully considered to make it feel as pleasant as possible. The Co-operative supports schools in their work around sustainability and food growing. Food for Life Partnership is an organisation that encourages and supports schools to embed food education into their curriculum.

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View Richard Dunne’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Take a look at the video for the Green Schools Revolution, when the Co-operative and TV farmer and food grower Jimmy Doherty visited Ashley. They are becoming very responsible and great at portion control. Photograph: Richard Dunne.

To find out more about our cleaning eco partners visit Delphis Eco. Wiles Greeworld are one of the leading green office suppliers in the country and were awarded Best Green Company by The Sunday Times in 2011. Bore Place offers education for children and adults on organic farming and sustainable living.

In 2010, ActionAid worked with our headteacher, Richard Dunne, on the 10:10 campaign – a national drive to cut the UK’s carbon emissions by 10% during 2010. In addition, Wiles Greenworld share our passions and have made substantial sponsorship donations for our year six Chamonix expeditions. In 2010, ActionAid worked with our headteacher, Richard Dunne, on the 10:10 campaign – a national drive to cut the UK’s carbon emissions by 10% during 2010. Photograph: Richard Dunne Richard has 1 job listed on their profile. Most importantly though, we have a more happy, fulfilled and healthy school, and our children are being given an education in good food that will keep them going throughout their adult lives. But how could we go about it? We ensure at school that all of our office supplies and the paper we used to make resources for the children’s learning, come from a sustainable source, made from recycled materials. We embrace our local community and businesses and realise that to be sustainable, we must all support each other. And because the school kitchen uses the children's produce, they are always excited about eating it. Photograph: Richard Dunne Read our blog on the ActionAid website. Ashley has worked with the Co-operative to help develop ideas for engaging more children and schools in sustainability. Richard Dunne is headteacher at Ashley C of E Primary School in Surrey and a member of the School Food Plan Expert Panel.

As examples, we are currently growing 14 varieties of potato, we have a Surrey apple orchard and last autumn we planted a pear orchard with 21 varieties of pear.

Here are some of the partners who continue to support Ashley in our work in sustainability: We ensure at school that all of our office supplies and the paper we used to make resources for the children’s learning, come from a sustainable source, made from recycled materials.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. In March 2012 the Co-operative launched their Green Schools Revolution at Ashley School. We now have extensive food growing areas with a strong focus on diversity.

We involved the children in shaping every aspect of the lunchtime experience, down to choosing the right kind of knife and fork. Would love your thoughts, please comment.

This website uses cookies to help make it function properly.

In 2015, Ashley School became an Eco Schools Ambassador School.

We wanted the children to come in and sit at tables straight away, not queue up and wait in long lines, and we created a family style setting with food served at the table, with proper plates, glasses and cutlery. We are now developing our own Harmony Centre at school so we can continue to share our learning with groups outside school as well as further exploring them ourselves. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. The system we inherited simply wasn't good enough, so we needed to take action. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. Our 'whole school' food culture quickly took hold over almost every aspect of the lunchtime and beyond. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. The Co-operative supports schools in their work around sustainability and food growing. Assistant Head - MRS T HARDING (Deputy DSL) email: tholder@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. Headteacher - MR A CLARK email: head@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. Take a look at the Eco Schools website and you can read some of our case studies. When I took over at Ashley Church of England Primary School, the food wasn't great. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Eco Schools were hugely impressed not just by how broadly we approach sustainability in all the dimenesions, but also how well we have intergrated it into the children’s learning. Now, with the exception of our youngest, the children take a lead role in serving one another. Ashley School is currently working towards the Food for Life Gold Award. From 1st January 2020.

This caused a lot of upheaval and needed commitment from the whole school community to make it happen. Following the unpopular and unnecessary loss of the school’s former Headteacher - Mr Richard Dunne - we have been following a series of events unfolding at Ashley School.

For six months the children had to make do with packed lunches while a new kitchen was built so that the food could be cooked fresh on site.

After careful consultation, parents agreed to a rise of 10p (to £2.10) to fund local, seasonal fruit and veg and high welfare, organic meat. Sold as concentrate at a fraction of the cost (50p) of supermarket products, the school community bring their bottles back to the dose station for a refill ‘squirt’ to which water is added. Wiles Greeworld are one of the leading green office suppliers in the country and were awarded Best Green Company by The Sunday Times in 2011. From 2013, Ashley School has developed a partnership with Bore Place Farm in Chiddingston, Kent. Available are multi-purpose, anti bacterial and bathroom cleaner which are also used by Surrey Commercial Services in our kitchen. The school offers post graduate programmes for the study of traditional arts.

School food plan: pupils at Ashley Church of England primary school grow their own vegetables and use locally sourced produce to ensure they get the best lunch possible. We're proud of the quality of our seasonal ingredients and the food that we produce on-site so we asked the kitchen team to share food information each week with the children about interesting new ingredients they would be trying – asparagus one week and school-grown salad leaves the next. Assistant Head - MRS V HOPKINS (Deputy DSL) email: vhopkins@ashley… Take a look at the video for the.

The Project seeks to establish a deeper understanding of Harmony and a global community of Harmony Practitioners. Photograph: Richard Dunne Harmony is a new way of looking at our world and The Harmony Project explores principles of Harmony and how they can be applied in practice.

The farm hosts approximately 250 dairy cows and a variety of vegetable and fruit growing areas. Photograph: Richard Dunne

Deputy Headteacher - MRS J STEVENS Designated Safeguarding Lead email: deputyhead@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. The lesson was led by four year six children from Ashley, teaching children in three schools in London, Liverpool and Texas, USA, on potato growing. It's been a long journey, but we now have a curriculum-wide approach to food in which children are empowered to manage their own lunchtimes and see food as another part of their learning experience.

We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Ashley has worked with the Co-operative to help develop ideas for engaging more children and schools in sustainability. Take-up now stands at a much healthier 70% and we're a world away from the pre-packed uniformity we had when I first took over. We also get your email address to automatically create an account for you in our website.

The impressive educational centre is made from entirely sustainable materials, with energy generated from its solar panels, wind turbine and woodchip biomass boiler. The visit was televised live on ITV morning Daybreak. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur.

Photograph: Richard Dunne In the 2013-14  and 2014-15 academic years, Harmony workshops have taken place over four day-long workshops held at Ashley for over 60 educationalists. As a result from the hard work the panel has done, the government has decided to support the plan – one of the implications being universally free school meals for all infant children from September 2014.

To succeed and really turn it around I knew we couldn't simply tweak one element of it – it would have to be a 'whole school' approach, affecting everything from the canteen environment to the quality and provenance of the ingredients.

Richard Dunne, Headteacher at Ashley CofE Primary School, continues his reflections on the value of the Harmony Principles as outlined by HRH The Prince of Wales.

Richard has 1 job listed on their profile. Our Year Four children visit Bore Place twice each year as they learn more about growing organic food. The canteen environment was carefully considered to make it feel as pleasant as possible. The Co-operative supports schools in their work around sustainability and food growing. Food for Life Partnership is an organisation that encourages and supports schools to embed food education into their curriculum.

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View Richard Dunne’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Take a look at the video for the Green Schools Revolution, when the Co-operative and TV farmer and food grower Jimmy Doherty visited Ashley. They are becoming very responsible and great at portion control. Photograph: Richard Dunne.

To find out more about our cleaning eco partners visit Delphis Eco. Wiles Greeworld are one of the leading green office suppliers in the country and were awarded Best Green Company by The Sunday Times in 2011. Bore Place offers education for children and adults on organic farming and sustainable living.

In 2010, ActionAid worked with our headteacher, Richard Dunne, on the 10:10 campaign – a national drive to cut the UK’s carbon emissions by 10% during 2010. In addition, Wiles Greenworld share our passions and have made substantial sponsorship donations for our year six Chamonix expeditions. In 2010, ActionAid worked with our headteacher, Richard Dunne, on the 10:10 campaign – a national drive to cut the UK’s carbon emissions by 10% during 2010. Photograph: Richard Dunne Richard has 1 job listed on their profile. Most importantly though, we have a more happy, fulfilled and healthy school, and our children are being given an education in good food that will keep them going throughout their adult lives. But how could we go about it? We ensure at school that all of our office supplies and the paper we used to make resources for the children’s learning, come from a sustainable source, made from recycled materials. We embrace our local community and businesses and realise that to be sustainable, we must all support each other. And because the school kitchen uses the children's produce, they are always excited about eating it. Photograph: Richard Dunne Read our blog on the ActionAid website. Ashley has worked with the Co-operative to help develop ideas for engaging more children and schools in sustainability. Richard Dunne is headteacher at Ashley C of E Primary School in Surrey and a member of the School Food Plan Expert Panel.

As examples, we are currently growing 14 varieties of potato, we have a Surrey apple orchard and last autumn we planted a pear orchard with 21 varieties of pear.

Here are some of the partners who continue to support Ashley in our work in sustainability: We ensure at school that all of our office supplies and the paper we used to make resources for the children’s learning, come from a sustainable source, made from recycled materials.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. In March 2012 the Co-operative launched their Green Schools Revolution at Ashley School. We now have extensive food growing areas with a strong focus on diversity.

We involved the children in shaping every aspect of the lunchtime experience, down to choosing the right kind of knife and fork. Would love your thoughts, please comment.

This website uses cookies to help make it function properly.

In 2015, Ashley School became an Eco Schools Ambassador School.

We wanted the children to come in and sit at tables straight away, not queue up and wait in long lines, and we created a family style setting with food served at the table, with proper plates, glasses and cutlery. We are now developing our own Harmony Centre at school so we can continue to share our learning with groups outside school as well as further exploring them ourselves. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. The system we inherited simply wasn't good enough, so we needed to take action. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. Our 'whole school' food culture quickly took hold over almost every aspect of the lunchtime and beyond. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. The Co-operative supports schools in their work around sustainability and food growing. Assistant Head - MRS T HARDING (Deputy DSL) email: tholder@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. Headteacher - MR A CLARK email: head@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. Take a look at the Eco Schools website and you can read some of our case studies. When I took over at Ashley Church of England Primary School, the food wasn't great. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Eco Schools were hugely impressed not just by how broadly we approach sustainability in all the dimenesions, but also how well we have intergrated it into the children’s learning. Now, with the exception of our youngest, the children take a lead role in serving one another. Ashley School is currently working towards the Food for Life Gold Award. From 1st January 2020.

This caused a lot of upheaval and needed commitment from the whole school community to make it happen. Following the unpopular and unnecessary loss of the school’s former Headteacher - Mr Richard Dunne - we have been following a series of events unfolding at Ashley School.

For six months the children had to make do with packed lunches while a new kitchen was built so that the food could be cooked fresh on site.

After careful consultation, parents agreed to a rise of 10p (to £2.10) to fund local, seasonal fruit and veg and high welfare, organic meat. Sold as concentrate at a fraction of the cost (50p) of supermarket products, the school community bring their bottles back to the dose station for a refill ‘squirt’ to which water is added. Wiles Greeworld are one of the leading green office suppliers in the country and were awarded Best Green Company by The Sunday Times in 2011. From 2013, Ashley School has developed a partnership with Bore Place Farm in Chiddingston, Kent. Available are multi-purpose, anti bacterial and bathroom cleaner which are also used by Surrey Commercial Services in our kitchen. The school offers post graduate programmes for the study of traditional arts.

School food plan: pupils at Ashley Church of England primary school grow their own vegetables and use locally sourced produce to ensure they get the best lunch possible. We're proud of the quality of our seasonal ingredients and the food that we produce on-site so we asked the kitchen team to share food information each week with the children about interesting new ingredients they would be trying – asparagus one week and school-grown salad leaves the next. Assistant Head - MRS V HOPKINS (Deputy DSL) email: vhopkins@ashley… Take a look at the video for the.

The Project seeks to establish a deeper understanding of Harmony and a global community of Harmony Practitioners. Photograph: Richard Dunne Harmony is a new way of looking at our world and The Harmony Project explores principles of Harmony and how they can be applied in practice.

The farm hosts approximately 250 dairy cows and a variety of vegetable and fruit growing areas. Photograph: Richard Dunne

Deputy Headteacher - MRS J STEVENS Designated Safeguarding Lead email: deputyhead@ashley.surrey.sch.uk. The lesson was led by four year six children from Ashley, teaching children in three schools in London, Liverpool and Texas, USA, on potato growing. It's been a long journey, but we now have a curriculum-wide approach to food in which children are empowered to manage their own lunchtimes and see food as another part of their learning experience.

We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Ashley has worked with the Co-operative to help develop ideas for engaging more children and schools in sustainability. Take-up now stands at a much healthier 70% and we're a world away from the pre-packed uniformity we had when I first took over. We also get your email address to automatically create an account for you in our website.

The impressive educational centre is made from entirely sustainable materials, with energy generated from its solar panels, wind turbine and woodchip biomass boiler. The visit was televised live on ITV morning Daybreak. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur.

Photograph: Richard Dunne In the 2013-14  and 2014-15 academic years, Harmony workshops have taken place over four day-long workshops held at Ashley for over 60 educationalists. As a result from the hard work the panel has done, the government has decided to support the plan – one of the implications being universally free school meals for all infant children from September 2014.

To succeed and really turn it around I knew we couldn't simply tweak one element of it – it would have to be a 'whole school' approach, affecting everything from the canteen environment to the quality and provenance of the ingredients.

Richard Dunne, Headteacher at Ashley CofE Primary School, continues his reflections on the value of the Harmony Principles as outlined by HRH The Prince of Wales.

Richard has 1 job listed on their profile. Our Year Four children visit Bore Place twice each year as they learn more about growing organic food. The canteen environment was carefully considered to make it feel as pleasant as possible. The Co-operative supports schools in their work around sustainability and food growing. Food for Life Partnership is an organisation that encourages and supports schools to embed food education into their curriculum.

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