The pupils at Sanderson’s Wynd collected litter from around the school grounds.
Recycled Christmas Trees
The pupils all had fun using various bits of junk to build special Christmas trees. Who knew that litter could look so festive!
We were planing our Eco summit. We have been sending emails, phoning newspapers and creating shopping lists. We are expecting over 80 people to attend our event! There is still lots to organise but we are getting there!
Today was a very special day for us at Sanderson’s Wynd. We have earned our second Green Flag through lots of hard work that has involved the whole school. This morning we held a ceremony to raise our new flag. Well done to everyone in the school and community who has helped us achieve this goal!
Lets all stop this now
I ’d like the planet to be tidy
T idy is always the best
Together we can stop this
Everyone can help
Reach our goal to save our
By Lauren Kane (P6)
L itter is extremely dangerous,
I t can harm or kill people,
T oo fish plastic bags can look like yummy
fish until they see what it really is!
T ogether we can stop litter and help animals,
E veryone should follow this message:
R ecycling is great, you should try it.
By Aimee Smith (P6)
On the 11th of April the whole school did a litter pick up and we picked up an out standing amount of litter which weighed 40 kg. The places we cleared were…
The school grounds,
In between the infant school and sandersons wynd football field
and Along the path at the school fences.
All of the classes went out with thier buddies, it was good to see the area clean and the eco commitee don’t hope to see it back the way it was.