St Martin's Church of England Primary School

‘Faith and Endeavour - Living and Learning together’

Eco Heroes

Eco Heroes Dress Up Day - Take a look at our amazing costumes that were created using recycled materials!

Whilst researching the effects that plastic pollution has on the world around us, we learned about the many different ways that we can reduce, reuse and recycle. This learning then inspired some persuasive letter writing to a local supermarket to highlight the importance of reducing plastic waste - we even offered them some suggestions for alternatives too!

'Beloved Burger' Performed by Class 3

Insects play a vital role in our eco system - however big or small! We planted seeds and made minibeast hotels to attract and help insects, with accompanying posters to explain why they are so important!

The story 'Myrtle The Turtle' inspired some of our learning about plastic pollution in the sea and on beaches. We learned about how important it is to recycle our plastic waste and created our own recycling stations!

A visit to our local beach inspired poetry and posters on how we can help to save our seas from plastic pollution and look after our beaches. We can all play our part!

SAVE THE BEES! We have been learning about the essential role of bees in our world and how we can play our part in helping them to thrive!

We went litter picking in our local area, with a focus on making it a safer place for our local wildlife and making a difference for everyone!

Every child in the school planted a 'seed bomb' to take home to help to attract and support insects.

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