This week’s 'Greenovation Week' focused on keeping our planet healthy. Our students actively engaged in activities and workshops, learning about sustainability and environmental responsibility.

PSHE lessons emphasised recycling and waste management, fostering a sense of responsibility. Students explored different waste types and the positive impact of recycling. They developed a strong understanding of resource conservation and pollution reduction.

Our primary students showcased their artistic talents in collaborative art projects using recycled materials. These visually stunning artworks reinforced the message of repurposing and reducing waste, highlighting the power of creativity and teamwork.

This week I also had the opportunity to witness the students' exceptional work firsthand. From Year 4 play scripts to Year 2 recycling-themed writing and Year 3 math projects, I was truly impressed by the excellent work on display.

We are incredibly proud of our students' dedication to environmental awareness and sustainability. Their efforts during Greenovation Week and beyond exemplify their commitment to making a positive impact.

Thank you to our teachers, staff, and parents for their unwavering support in nurturing responsible global citizens. Together, we inspire and empower our students to create a better world.