Well done to Ms Helen who helped organise this event. Also, well done to the students who took on leadership roles and helped make the day so successful.
You can click on the links below to find out more about each of the workshop providers that came along on the day.
Courageous Kitchen - Good food education
Permaculture Thailand - Organic farming
Precious Plastic - Upcycling plastic into useful household items
Soap Opera - Making your own soap
Scholars of Sustenance - food waste
Style seal - Air pollution. Will be selling high quality masks
Super Bee Me - A replacement for plastic wrappers made out of beeswax
Plastic Free NIST - Selling bamboo straws
Bambew - Selling sustainable straws
Eco bricks Thailand - Waste management and upcycling
Trash Hero - Community action project
Refill Station - How to shop smart
Kayaking for Chao Phraya - Cleaning up the waterways in Thailand
Once the children had finished their plans and headed off to share their ideas and enthusiasm with their friends back at school, the Sports Hall was transformed into our first ever sustainability market. A mixture of workshop hosts from during the day plus vendors from sustainable businesses from around the city, set up stall to share their wares and initiatives with our wider school community. There was a large turnout for this event and everyone seemed to go away happy, whether t was with some delicious spring rolls, a new bamboo straw or having made their first ever eco-brick.