Well done to everyone who took part in lots of excellent Eco activities this week. We only have 2 weeks left of our Home Challenge and I am excited to see what else you will get up to as we come to the end of this very strange school year - you can repeat some of the activities you have already done if you want to.
The Yellow and Blue house are sneaking up on the Green House and it’s all very close with only 10 points separating the top three houses!
Thank you to the adults at home for taking photos and encouraging your children to take part.
For the Green House, Jack and Zara went on a nature hunt. For the Red House, Rebekah, John and Jonno were busy putting up bird feeders in their garden and painting stones and shells that they collected on their holidays to take pride of place in their garden. Sarah, Sophie, Leah, Jacob, Olivia and Lucas earned lots of points for the Blue House by hanging out washing, reading a fabulous Eco book called ‘Be Green’, catching minibeasts under their oil tank, growing caterpillars and recycling topsoil. If you look closely you'll be able to see frog in one of Sarah's photos! For the Yellow House Ben and Ryan were being very helpful around the house by sorting the recycling and turning off plugs.
Week 8 totals:
Green = 20 Yellow = 20 Red = 30 Blue = 60
End of Week 8 totals………
Green = 330 Yellow = 320 Red = 230 Blue = 320
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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