Environment has been on the agenda of schools for a long time. But everything is piecemeal, done as standalone activities. Green Schools Programme (GSP) conducted by Centre of Science & Environment (CSE), Delhi will put all these under one common roster, explains why they were being done, that is, the objective of the programmes, and then measure their impact. The primary objective is to help the students and teachers to grasp that vital link between environment and everyday life. The future citizens of India must be made aware of the scale of the problem that assails the country’s state of environment. Five groups i.e. Air, Land, Water, Energy and Waste; consisting of Teaching, Non-teaching staff members along with 10 students (in each group) have been constituted under Green School Programme conducted by Centre of Science & Environment (CSE), Delhi to Address the urgent need to introduce meaningful environmental education at the school level in India. CSE’s Green Schools Programme (GSP) goes beyond nature education to get children to evaluate and precisely measure their own environmental footprint using the Green Schools Manual. In last year a team of horticulture department of State Government provided some Ayurvedic medicinal plant and defined the uses of that plants specially helpful for girl student & women. In addition to the above programme, plantation drives are organized in the plantation drives are organized in the our Vidyalaya at regular intervals and during these drives fruit plant, medicinal plant, flower plant have been planted. Every year a batch of class –VIII students visiting Krishi Vigyan Kendra,Sutarra to develop environment friendly atmosphere and motive for more practical uses of green corps & medicinal values.