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House: Leaders announce competitions for Sustainability Week

Sustainability Week is coming up from 5 February and the House Leaders are running 3 competitions with the intention that these will be positive changes that stick… Help look after your planet!

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Competition 1 - We are asking students to make a video (with the family) to promote awareness of an endangered animal. Each entry will win 5 house points for their house. However the overall winner in each house will win a very special prize indeed. St Andrews will sponsor the 4 winning endangered animals and each one will become a house mascot.  The winners will be the most effective video in each house …so be creative!!!! The child who makes the video will be invited on stage once a year whilst they are at St Andrews to keep us updated about the animals progress.

Competition 2 - Say NO to plastic bags!! On sustainability week the children will earn 5 house points each if they can remember to take cloth reusable bags with them when they go shopping instead of accepting plastic ones. Please send a photo of this to their class teacher.

Competition 3 - Bring your reusable (not plastic) water-bottle to school every day (clearly labelled) and even bring it to the playground and refill it instead of using paper cups. Every child that does this will earn 2 house points.

If you have any questions, please email your House Leader.

Finally, a massive thanks to the amazing KS2 House reps and captains for helping at the Early Years Physical Fun Day, Ms. Meg said it was the best year for helping, so thank you KS2!

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