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  • Name of the School: Pasir Ris Primary School Address : 5 Pasir Ris Street 21 School Leader: Mr Justin Pierre ( Principal) Tel.: 65822606 Email: Story Title: Trash To Treasure Mentor Teacher: Mdm Jaspal Kaur Email Address: jaspal_kaur@moe.edu.sg STUDENT INFORMATION 1) Name: Alisha Lavendra, Age: 11 Grade: Primary 5 2) Name: Amirah Ishaq Ong Age: 11 Grade: Primary 5 3) Name: HurulAin Bte Mohammed Idrus Age: 11 Grade: Primary 5
  • July 15 to July 22 Our main objective was To reduce waste by The Team ‘Trash To Treasure’ decided to connecting people who are throwing away embark on an innovative social innovation goods with others who are seeking the project. We started our project by doing same goods - We realized that we can some research and analysis .We noted that make trash to treasure for some. Moreover for Earth Day many Green activists are Freecycle is a great concept and it can keep involved in Social Innovation Projects. They useful stuff out of the landfill. We often look into environmental and social issues. see some very nice stuff destined for the In fact ‘Save the Earth’ is a popular topic landfill under our block of flats. these days. To many of us, it means taking shorter showers, using energy-efficient light bulbs, carrying cloth bags, buying organic -grown foods, riding public These were our goals - To have at transportation, and STOP using Many of our classmates and school mates were excited about the idea .Many of them felt our idea was interesting and innovative. We then asked if they would want to exchange items and the response was positive. Finally when asked what items they would to have and many indicated TOYS, books , costume jewellery. We were not certain of the bulky items.Our BLOG. is www.prps-iconclub.blogspot.com We would encourage our classmates to send a photo of the item to Our Email address iconclub29@gmail.com . If they are unable to do so, then the person could bring the item to school and contact us. Our member who is in charge of publicity would handle it. Our project is on going and we would open our blog to everyone.With everyone’s support we can do wonders and change Trash to Treasure