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Earth Day 2021

HAWTHORN CLASS Year 3 and 4

We were inspired by one of Greta Thunberg's speeches to work in pairs to design our paper-less poster. Together we can make a difference - it is the drive and determination of the young who will save our planet.

To celebrate Earth Day 2021, Beech class created paperless posters outside to promote restoring our Earth, watched a video interview with the climate activist Greta Thunberg and also thought about ways in which we can reduce our carbon footprint to help protect our planet.  The Earth is in our hands!

Elm Class

To celebrate Earth Day, we discussed how we can make the world a better place. We thought that we need to look after the ground. We then thought about what farmers would say as they look after plants and animals. We used the "Mash Cams" on Purple Mash to make a paperless poster about saving the planet.

In Ash Class we read the story Little Turtle Turns the Tide by Lauren Davies. We found out that we can all make a difference and we need to reduce, reuse and recycle. We carried out a range of activities which included sorting recycling and making a pledge.

Oak Class created paperless posters and used natural resources to share their message on Earth Day!

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