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Earth Day 2022

Elder class had a wonderful time celebrating Earth Day. We spent some time thinking about how we can 'Invest in our Planet' and made Earth Day pledges. In the afternoon we loved showing off our accessories in our very own Elder Class Trashion Show - the children enjoyed striking a pose! We also decided to have a Switch Off hour where we turned off the classroom lights and other electrical devices. The children enjoyed this so much, we continued it for most of the day!

Ash Class enjoyed celebrating Earth Day. We read the story of Little Turtle Turns the Tide, we made a pledge and we held a Trashion Show.

Elm class have celebrated Earth Day today! We have learned that our actions have a huge impact on the world. This year’s theme is “Invest in our Planet”, we have all written a pledge to do something to try and change the world. Some of the ideas have been to turn the tap off when brushing our teeth, to have a shower instead of a bath or to turn lights off as we leave the room.

 

We then hosted our our “Trash-ion Show” this afternoon with the accessories the children have brought in! We all absolutely loved it! We discovered many of them have professional poses and we might see them on a real cat walk one day! 🌍

Earth Day 2022 - Today, Oak class spent some time thinking about how they could protect our planet from further damage. The children each wrote a pledge and promised to try to make an individual difference to ensure that future generations inherit a planet that hasn't been destroyed . Afterwards, we went outside and took part in a 'Trashion Show' where the children had made an item to wear out of things they would usually throw away! Everyone had a lot of fun and learned some important messages about how we can all have an impact on the environment and climate change!

Wow- what an amazing 'Trashion' show we had in Beech class today displaying our use of recycled materials as fashion accessories. As part of Earth Day we also learned about what our carbon footprint is and how this impacts on our environment and the climate.  We designed our own footprint to show ideas for how we could reduce our carbon footprint.

Chestnut class thoroughly enjoyed making their hand pledges for the classroom window and hosting their Trashion Show for Earth Day 2022. We also enjoyed an afternoon with the lights out which was very calming for the pupils.

For Earth Day, Cedar class wrote pledges to show how we are going to help save our world. We had lots of great ideas including walking to school rather than going by car and turning the lights off when leaving the room. Some children created clothing accessories from waste materials to show off in our Trashion show. Well done! They were amazing!

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