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Year 3 are overjoyed to have received their Supersized Green Global Citizen badges from Blue Peter! Well done to you all, you are amazing! Green heart Earth globe americas #bluepeter #globalcitizens #proud

Our 4 and 5 year olds are passionate about saving our oceans and plastic pollution. (The book Saving Tally was a great starting point, lots of talk!) They have chosen to draw posters showing the dangers as well as writing letters to the Prime Minister! @BorisJohnson #saveourocean

Year Six are so proud to have become Blue Peter ‘Supersized Climate Heroes’ for their work on developing a plastic free school. We are committed to caring for our environment and planet and are very proud to see our pupils using their voice to be ambassadors of change. #bluepeter

St Margaret’s Year Six are so proud to have their questions raised in parliament by our local MP @drlukeevans #GlobalCitizens #childrensvoice #valuesintovirtues

Year 3 have had a super afternoon collecting litter from our school grounds. Finishing our two week pledge towards our @cbbc #bluepeter #bigclimateherobadge #litterpicking #community #oneplanet (April 2021)

This morning Year Six had a virtual meeting with our local politician @drlukeevans . They asked some very challenging questions about plastic pollution, and were excited by the political commitment to this crisis, and the changes they can make to save our amazing planet. #COP26 (March 2021))

Year 5 have been exploring themes related to our collective worship today, finding out about the harm that plastic does to our oceans & beginning to think about what we can do to help. Some fabulous research & the beginnings of some super ideas! #GlobalCitizen #plasticpollution (March 2021)

Garden Club were selling their produce in the playground after school today #growyourown (Sept 10th 2019)

This year, our elected School Councillors are also our Green Rangers. The School Councillors are voted for by the other pupils in their class, after considering who they think will best represent them and put their ideas and suggestions forward for discussion at meetings. They are currently organising 'Switch it Off Fortnight' which runs form 19th - 30th November 2018.  Watch this space for more news!
From 19th - 30th November we will be taking part in Switch Off Fortnight.  The School Councillors will be responsible for monitoring energy usage at the start of the fortnight.  They will then lead an assembly and talk to their classes about saving power by remembering to switch off lights and appliances that are not being used.  At the end of the fortnight they will monitor our energy usage again hoping to see an improvement.  There will be a certificate for the class that are the best at remembering to 'switch it off'!

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