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Ideas for reducing litter at PBAS

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  • 1. Litter In Our School
    By Rory Biddell, brad browne & jack Hewett
  • 2. Main Ideas
    • Map
    • 3. Signs
    • 4. Whole School Litter Campaign - Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
    • 5. Competition
    • 6. Student/Teacher Litter Committee
  • MAP
    • Mapping where most of the rubbish isand putting bins where they are needed.
    • 7. Enlarge a map of the school grounds. Use a coloured texta and colour in the areas where you notice more litter than other places. Use another colour to mark in where the rubbish bins are placed around the school. You might decide that some of the bins should be moved or that there should be more bins in the school grounds.
    • 8. Buy more bins to do this if needed.
  • Signs
    • Buy signs telling people to place rubbish in the bins.
    • 9. School to make a slogan /image
    • 10. Place signs around the yard.
    • 11. Put signs in classrooms.
  • Whole School Litter Campaign-Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
    • Could teachers use this program to help teach primary students learn about litter?
    To view program please go to the following site:
    http://www.thurrock.gov.uk/cleanstreets/pdf/how-to-run-a-school-campaign-pack.pdf
  • 12. Competition
    • Each class starts of with $10,000 (Not Real). Each time a student gets caught littering your class will lose $200.
    • 13. The class with the highest amount of money and the end of the year will get a reward.
  • SRC
    • SRC may consider establishing a Clean School committee to assist the school with litter issues.