Join the Action Pack Recycling Challenge with Gascoigne
Dear pupils, parents and carers
I’m sure you have all been busy in your homes spending quality time with family, taking care of each other and getting home learning tasks completed daily. All the teachers at the school are very proud of some of the learning that has been celebrated on the school website. Keep it up!
As we are currently experiencing a challenging time around the world I thought, why not think of ways we can protect our natural environment through recycling. Our rubbish can harm animals on land and in the oceans, and collecting new materials instead of recycling old ones often destroys animal habitats. Recycling helps the environment and protects wildlife.
Help to make our world a better place by finding out all about recycling with your children, then completing one or both missions, which challenge pupils to create an animal character, so that adults can be persuaded to recycle more, and recycle better.
As a school community, I would like us to enter the Action Pack Recycling Challenge this month. Pupils learning about recycling will be submitted show our commitment to the cause. Favourite submissions will also be published on the schools recycling website whilst the school also enters a prize draw to win eco-friendly prizes.
Below you will find guidelines on how you can learn all about being an active citizen and recycling to teach grown-ups what they can do to help our planet. Your work could inspire others beyond our school community by appearing on the Action Pack website, and you could win great prizes to help our school become more eco-friendly, including books and seed bomb.
So, let’s get together and join in with Gascoigne’s mission to make the world a better place. Remember to watch the videos about recycling and complete a mission to share your wonderful work in making a difference.
Looking forward to seeing your work.
Assistant Head Leading Science
FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW TO GET STARTED
Key Stage 1 Mission:
Task 1: Use recycling materials to make a character.
Task 2: Make a recycling poster with a memorable message.
Key Stage 2 Mission:
star one (or more) of your characters!
Finally, shoot your film featuring your character and conveying your message about the importance of recycling.
Remember to share your work by sending pictures or videos to your Year Group Leader of Mrs Miah through the contact form.
Many Thanks & I Look Forward to Seeing Your FABTASTIC WORK!