A huge thank you to everyone who sent in photographs of their Litter Less activities over this past week. It is so exciting to see you getting involved at home and earning lots of house points in the process!
For the Green House Ava and Zara were very busy making some fabulous birdfeeders and Jasmine and Juliana took part in a litter hunt around their estate and then made a brilliant ‘Roll the Rubbish’ poster.
Juala managed to earn the Red House a bonus 50 points because she was the very first entry emailed to Mrs Craig with her pencil case cleverly made out of junk materials – well done Juala! Charlotte and Emily also earned house points for their beautiful anti-litter posters – such excellent art work!
For the Yellow House, Hanna was involved in the fantastic ‘Roll the Rubbish’ poster and litter hunt around her estate and Noah and Katie were very busy making some creative and fact-filled posters to encourage people not to drop so much litter. Amy also made an excellent eye-catching poster with some 3D effects and then went on a litter hunt with George and Isobel – they were all very shocked by the amount of litter that they found on the paths near where they live. Well done Yellow House for so many of you getting involved.
Green House = 40 points
Red House = 70 points
Yellow House = 60 points
So the Red House are just about in the lead with 70 points but it’s not too late to get involved and you can enter as many times as you would like – think of all the house points you could earn for your house! Our Litter Less campaign will continue to run during the 5 weeks leading up to Easter so plenty of time to get your entries in by sending them to Mrs Craig – more information can be found in the Letters section of the school website.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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