Edwina Woodland visited us in June 2013 she gave a whole school assembly and worked with year 5 & 6. The assembly was fun and informative telling us all about how much water we use on a daily basis and how we can be more efficient. Year 5 & 6 had lessons on the water cycle and investigating whether families were being water wasters or savers. All the pupils in both classes made promises to be more aware of the way in which their families/households use water on a daily basis. Year 4 also did lots of work making save water posters and calculating how much water the school uses.
Year 6 learning how to save water
Year 5 water
Year 5 water cycle
Year 5 investigating
Year 4 posters
Year 4 had lots fun learning about this
Water saving assembly
Water saving assembly 2
Water promises made
Eco club, school water audit
Are your group being wasteful with water or not
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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