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Eco council visit to Marine cove by Will.

Results of the Eco survey

Earth hour.

 

On Friday 20th April, in preparation for Earth day on the 22nd April, Churchfield school had it's very own Earth hour.

 

Between 2 and 3 pm all classes turned off the lights, lap tops and went paper free to raise awareness of how much we actually use in school.

 

Every class then did their own exciting activities around the theme of reducing plastic pollution. 

Some classes made planters out of old plastic bottles, others made pictures of sea creatures from natural materials and one year group even made an obstacle course from recycled materials.

 

The whole school really enjoyed doing our bit and the children are now much more aware of the plastic problem facing our planet. 

Read all about the amazing work Churchfield children are doing as they launch their EcoSchools Committee and focus on making the school a plastic free environment.

 

Find out more about the EcoSchools Project and the SAS plastic free schools project.

 

ECoSchools launch assembly. On Monday 12th March 2018, Larch and Poplar classes launched their EcoSchools project. They also told us a lot about how we need to ensure we recycle plastic as we try to make the school a plastic free zone.

ECoSchools launch assembly. On Monday 12th March 2018, Larch and Poplar classes launched their EcoSchools project. They also told us a lot about how we need to ensure we recycle plastic as we try to make the school a plastic free zone. 1 School Assembly

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