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Earth Week

BSKL Earth Week closes Term 2

A weeklong series of activities and learning were held in conjunction with Earth Week. Across the school, the children learned  about how they can save the planet by reducing, reusing and recycling, to learning more about how plastic pollution is affecting our oceans.

Students in Primary spent the week discussing the impact of plastic pollution, how everyone can make a difference and exploring the remarkable work of Professor Wangari Maathai, a Kenyan social, environmental, and political activist and the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.

Throughout Key Stage 1 and 2, children created leaf collages and woodland creatures out of natural materials, designed posters to encourage people to do little things to help save our planet and created symmetrical patterns using natural objects.

Students from Secondary also prepared activities for Primary students to join in during Earth Week.

Earth Week

In Secondary, students prepared an assembly featuring the Eco-Lions’ projects that have taken shape in Secondary this year, and a brief introduction to the Eco-School programme and its committee. Students were also given the opportunity to attend a Webinar with Dr Nor Arlina Amirah Ahmad Ghani, the founder of Justice for Wildlife Malaysia.  She answered questions about her work and about conservation in Malaysia. You can watch it here.


Throughout the week, students and staff were able to purchase trinkets made by students in Year 11, as well as reusable masks made by refugees. All the profits will go to support the Juara Turtle Project (JTP) in Tioman.

Earth Week

The whole school joined together  on the last day of the term for a non-uniform day where they dressed in blue or/and green to raise awareness of Earth Week. Secondary students also collected donations to support JTP.

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