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#CallToEarth Day - Everyone can make a difference!


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On Wednesday 10th November, the whole school celebrated #CallToEarth Day to help our planet!

In collaboration with UNICEF, all students are challenged to participate in ongoing projects on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) regarding social and economic development issues that we hope to collectively achieve by 2030.


Therefore, BSB is proud to support this global event initiated by CNN, joining forces with schools, individuals & organisations around the world to raise awareness of environmental issues & conservation education.

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The students, teachers and staff wear blue or green just like the colours of our planet and were encouraged to bring 10 RMB to donate to TeamTrees so that more trees can be planted.

  • Lesson - Geography 1
  • Lesson - Geography 2
  • Biology Potato Club
  • Lesson - Y1C Save the ocean
  • 1C Earth Day
  • Lesson - Primary computing 1
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In addition, all students had one lesson in class about what #CallToEarth Day is and what we can do to protect the environment. Some classes took part in a quiz, watched videos about our precious planet or researched vegetarian or vegan recipes.

  • Lunch time
  • Lesson - Y2B Recyling
  • Lesson - Recycle plastic bottles
  • Lesson - soil
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  • Call to Earth Day Primary Poster
  • Secondary Call to Earth Day Poster

At lunchtime, students did not eat meat or drink milk to help animals across the world and also to reduce our waste. Our chef Kevin prepared some special plant-based menu and the food was delicious, especially the tofu dish.

Our Eco-Committee members interviewed some of the students and teachers about #CallToEarth Day and this is what they said:

  • “We had the Earth Day today because we want to remind everyone to save our environment.” Jenny
  • “Greenhouse gases are increasing so the Earth is getting hotter and hotter, so all children need to learn about the greenhouse gases because we will be adults in the future and we need to learn more about it.” Jun
  • “We are wearing blue and green because it is the Earth Day.” Elli
  • “We have no milk and meat in the canteen because we have to save the planet. We have been learning to reduce, reuse and recycle.” Beren
  • “My favourite part was when we found vegan recipes that we can cook at home.” Matilda
  • “It is very important not just for our school but for everyone in the world to start thinking looking at how we treat the world, about recycling and reusing what we use.” Mr Corkery

See more students’ comments in the above video!

Overall, everyone had a fun day and learnt a lot about the ways we can protect the earth. We are looking forward to the next eco event! 

The Eco-Committee and Young Journalists ASA

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Call to Earth Day Participant Certificate