Form 1 Litter Walk

Posted on: March 27th 2017

On Wednesday, 22nd March, Form 1 children braved the rain to embark on their litter walk, as part of their geography study of the local area. Miraculously, the sun came out as soon as they left school and much excitement was felt as the children created tally charts to record items of litter around the school. They also used their first experience of geographical fieldwork to observe human and physical features in the area.

Back at school, an analysis of the data collected revealed that cigarette ends and chewing gum were the most common types of litter found. The children also discussed the importance of the core values of caring, principled and thinker when looking after the local environment.

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