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What are we doing currently

The School Council are currently working with the Mersey Gateway Environmental Trust and the whole school to help reduce the use of plastic.  This is what they have done so far:

yesDelivered an Assembly about 'Drowning in plastic', which highlighted the problems and disucssed ways          in which we can reduce plastic in school and at home.

yesHeld a poster competition in school about reducing litter and plastic.

yesWrote to the local supermarkets to ask what they are doing about the crisis and asked them to display            the posters.

yesSpoken to ecobricks and recycling crisp packets through the Walkers Scheme

yesInvited the Environmental Trust in to do an Assembly about the plastic resolution project,

yesArranged a local litter pick with the Trust.

yesWrote a letter to parents to ask for help in the pledge to help save the planet.

yesWorking on climate crew ideas.

yesWorking towards the Bronze Eco School Award, we are concentrating on 3 areas - transport, waste                and marine - see below.

yesWe have been discussing other aspects of school life such as behaviour and school meals and we will            also include playground ideas. We will update everyone with our final decision and any changes soon.

The School Council are very passionate about this cause and have been very active in helping to reduce the problem.

What award are we currently working towards

The Climate Crew / School Council are working towards the Bronze Eco School Award. The three areas are:

Transport- We have funky feet Friday on the first Friday of every month. The children can wear their trainers and walk to school or walk as far as they can.

Waste- We have been collecting crisp packets to help provide insulation in a sleeping bag for a homeless person. We are also working on some other ideas for the kitchen.

Marine- We were awarded the "Litter Heroes Award" and take part in regular litter picks. We have also been thinking about plastic pollution and we are all reducing the plastic that we use.

This ties in with all the hard work we are doing towards helping reduce waste and litter in the environment.

Fundraising Activities

At Moore the School Council organised many fundraising activties throughout the year to help others who are less fortunate than themselves.  This includes fundraising for the following:

heart We all wore yellow in aid of Children in Need.

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