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Students saving he planet on World Environment Day

Students saving he planet on World Environment Day



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  •   World Environment Day 2009 Lead up to World Environment Day began on Tuesday 2 June when posters were placed around the school advertising the special day. Friday, 5th June, 2009 Join in and help Three Kings School look after the environment
    • During the day Three Kings School will help the environment by:
      • Planting a tree
    • Shutting down the power for half a day
    • Making sure our school is litter free
    • What you can do on World Environment Day?
      • Wear green clothes for the day
    • Walk to school if at all possible
    • Bring a rubbish free lunch to school (use reusable containers instead of individually wrapped food, no glad wrap!)
  • At the whole school assembly on Thursday one class presented an item on World Environment Day and explained how Three Kings School was going to celebrate it.
  • On Friday everyone wore something green to school
  • Some people even painted their faces green and coloured their hair green too!
  • The Junior and Middle Syndicates planted a garden outside their classrooms. They prepared the gardens first by digging in compost and sheep pellets. Then they planted the bulbs and flowers.
  • The senior school planted a tree and a shrub.
    • A special place outside the main office was found for the Camellia Tree.
  • We had a ‘rubbish-free’ lunch. Children were encouraged to bring lunch to school in reusable containers and to use paper wrap instead of plastic
  • But that’s not all!
    • Children were encouraged to walk to school -if not all the way, at least some of the way.
    • We had a ‘power-free’ time between 11 and 12.30 when all the classes turned their lights, computers and other electronic equipment off.