Earth Day is a global event each year involving more than 1 billion people in over 192 countries. It is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world held to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
During our own Earth Day activities this past Monday on April 22, students from across the College were involved in a number of projects which helped promote their understanding of the importance in actively playing a role in protecting our world and contributing to a sustainable future for our planet.
“Various events were held throughout the day to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Some of the activities were making sculptures of endangered animals out of recycled material, making outfits out of recycled materials, learning how to plant trees in the school gardens and lessons in cooking without palm oil. A great opportunity for collaboration will follow; the KS3 STEAM Leaders and JS Eco Council members will then lead two of the best workshops at the upcoming Eco-Explorer Camp at Dulwich Shanghai Puxi in May.” - The Senior School Eco Council Members
Congratulations to students and staff from across the College for delivering such a successful day of learning!