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World Environment Day Presentation

Years 3 and 4 raised global awareness and demonstrated positive environmental action to protect nature and planet Earth

  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016
  • Upper Primary Assembly: World Environment Day 2016

This week, children from Years 3 and 4 helped Mrs Castle to tell the Primary School about World Environment Day which is taking place on June 5th .  As part of their ‘Work at Home’, some of the children made videos (with some excellent 'green screen' special effects!) and PowerPoint presentations about ways in which humans are damaging the planet as well as ways we can help to save it.  They shared these with the rest of Years 3 and 4 and asked them to think of little things they can do in order to help save the planet.