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Why should you visit the Mojave Desert -Year 5

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The children wrote a speech about why you should visit the Mojave Desert.

Earth Day 22nd April 2024

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Earth Day was a very exciting day at St Barnabas and St Paul's. The children were invited to wear blue or green (Earth colours) and were asked to donate £1 to the charity keepbritaintidy.org
The children have raised £168! Which is a fantastic achievement.
EYFS spent time looking at why it is important to plant trees and even planted a tree in the EYFS garden!
Year 2 spent time tidying areas of the school.
Year 3 spent the afternoon learning about Carbon footprints and how they could help reduce the energy they use.
Year 4 carried out an exciting oil spill experiment.
Year 5 recorded presentations about plastic pollution and how we can save our oceans.
Year 6 created posters about climate change.

Earth Day- EYFS planting a tree

Year 2- Children tidying the school grounds

Earth Day- Year 5 Plastic Pollution

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Earth Day 2024

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Earth Day- Year 6 Climate Change

Year 5- Bolton River study 2023

Year 5- Fieldwork trip to Brockholes

Year 1- Exploring the school

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