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Last Updated: 11-03-2020 16:44
ESOL National 5 Stage 1 (with teacher George Gillen) and NQ Pathways to Employment Level 4 (with teacher Claire Walters) in conjunction with Olga Sanchez (Campus Cycling Officer) and Sandra Lavergne (Active Travel Officer)recently watched two TV programmes on” Climate Change:The Facts”” and “The War on Plastic”.
This prompted the group to get together (see photo) to collaborate on how the messages from these programmes can be conveyed to other students and what actions can be taken to become a more sustainable college.
The students had an ice breaker to get to know each other and then split into groups where they brainstormed possible ideas e g the restaurant selling reusable water containers at an economical price. The students will now vote on the options and create an action plan for the future.
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