It was great to hear about Provost Williams Primary School’s Green Schools Revolution Week. They write from Coventry:
“We made instruments from recycled materials, pictures from recycled fruit and vegetables, biodegradable plant pots from newspaper, discovered what the logos on packaging meant for us, and had fun weaving mats for our Gardening club.”
Hottsbridge Primary near Lockerbie also had an action-packed week which included planting seeds, a healthy tuck shop, making robots out of junk models, and working with the local community to cook up some tasty treats like the pizza you can see here.
Remember to enter our big green competition by April 26th for your share of the £18,000 prize pot! Visit the Green Schools Revolution competition page today!