Middle Street Primary School

Eco warriors

 

In Year 5, children are chosen to be Eco Warriors.  They are then responsible for lots of Eco issues around the school, including monitoring the recycling of waste, water usage and the school commute.

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If you waste paper and don't recycle, then their won't be enough trees to produce oxygen and keep our air clean (also there won't be any paper left).

Walk to School Week is the week commencing 15th October.  We will have a Wake and Shake in the playground before school to celebrate how many families walk to school every day.  Then our Eco Warriors will go round each class and show this video:

Newsround

They will be asking each class for three questions about air pollution which the Eco Warriors will go and research.

With the help of Mick Brazil, Year 3 made up a song to encourage everybody to walk to school. They are presenting it to the school here.

We asked the children to snazz up their shoes for walk to school week. Here are all the children who took part. We were very impressed!

Thank you to the Meercat for visiting us again for Walk to School Week.  Well done to the children, families and staff who walked to school and took part in the Wake and Shake!

Middle Street works hard to reduce, reuse and recycle waste.  Click on the links below to see animations Middle Street children made with Dan Evans of Tilt, encouraging people to stop littering.

 

During Walk to School Week, the Eco Warriors filmed children as they walked to school with their parents.  Children had a surprise when they were greeted by the Walk to School mascot.