King Edward’s believes that protection of the environment is an integral part of good institutional practice and that it has a duty to satisfy itself that all of its operations are conducted with proper regard for the environment. It is committed to maintaining, and wherever possible, improving the quality of this environment both for the people who live and work in the School, and for the wider community now and in the future.
In May of 2012 the school was awarded the "Green Flag".
This is a prestigious international award. The awarding of it demonstrates that King Edward’s has taken significant steps to being a sustainable school.
“Eco-Schools is an international award programme that guides schools on their sustainable journey, providing a framework to help embed these principles into the heart of school
Over the next two years the School will continue to seek to make the most effective and efficient use of all resources, encouraging all members of the School community to develop an ecologically sound approach to their work.
The school has a sustainability committee chaired by Simon Barker (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The committee consists of; staff, pupils, parents and Governors. The committee meet termly with a remit to lead the schools drive to become a more sustainable society.
The school has a Sustainability Policy.