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UK Government declares an environmental and climate emergency 

As many of you may already be aware, the UK is the first national government to sensibly declare an environmental and climate emergency.

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This news comes about as we are just about to embark on our Green Week here at Dab and next week, all children across site will be learning about the importance of protecting our world/environment and the dangers for our future if we don't look after it.

Ms.Sam led the assembly this week to get the children thinking about what the learning will look like during our Green Week next week. We please ask all parents to discuss this very topical issue with their children at home.


Tamaryn Morris-Chybowska

 Head of Early Years