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  • 1. Name of the School: Global International School, East Coast Campus Address : 82, Cheviot Hill, Singapore 459663 School Leader: Vice Principal Tel.: +65 64426670 Email: viceprincipal.ec@sg.globalindianschool.org Story Title: Caution! Paper Overload !! Mentor Teacher: Punam Gupta STUDENT INFORMATION 1) Name: Swarnima Sircar Age: 12 Grade: 8 2) Name: Sruthi Ravichandran Age: 12 Grade: 8 3) Name: Varun Gupta Age: 13 Grade: 8 4) Name: Panun Bali Age: 12 Grade: 8 5) Name: Yahya Kamran Age: 13 Grade: 8
  • 2. 23-29 Aug 2010 We imagined impacting people to save The problem we identified was that people paper. The ideas that came up after serious are using much more paper than necessary. This is depleting our trees, brain storming were: indirectly leading to Global Warming, * Making and putting up posters in school, droughts, soil erosion etc. neighbourhood, residential colonies *Conduction awareness assembly in school *Distributing bags made from used paper * Installing paper recycle bins in school *Start a CCA to teach children how to recycle paper *Use e-mail instead of paper circulars, letters We implemented most of our ideas, even though we had only one week to take action. We conducted a school assembly that included a rap song and skit about recycling and saving paper. We made posters on old newspapers and put them up in multiple places. We distributed paper bags made out of used paper and painted a message on the bags. We talked to our principal and new paper recycling bins were put around the school campus. The whole school, including about 1000 students and 70 teachers, is now more conscious about using paper. The awareness spread to the parents through the e-mail notification sent by the school to all students. The neighbourhood awareness also resulted in highlighting the problem and its solution to a large number of people. Our friends now think twice about wasting paper and our neighbours are paper conscious. We are happy to make a contribution to making this a more sustainable world.