King's House School Eco Day 2013 (Lowther Primary School, Barnes)

Partner: Lowther Primary School, Barnes, London (1)
Partner type: Maintained School
Project category: Academic

 

An interactive event to enable children to develop an understanding of their role as members of both the local and global community in which they live.

 

 

 

Interactive attractions included:

 

 

 

Meeting and handling threatened wildlife and species.

 

Smoothie Bike promoting a healthy lifestyle.

 

Football and ten bin bowling with balls made out of recycled plastic bags.

 

Building a wildlife stack.

 

Tree and seed planting including ‘grass heads’.

 

Easter Egg hunt.

 

Music and singing.

 

Games about food air miles.

 

Aims of the project

 

An interactive event to enable children to develop an understanding of their role as members of both the local and global community in which they live.

 

 

 

Interactive attractions included:

 

 

 

Meeting and handling threatened wildlife and species.

 

Smoothie Bike promoting a healthy lifestyle.

 

Football and ten bin bowling with balls made out of recycled plastic bags.

 

Building a wildlife stack.

 

Tree and seed planting including ‘grass heads’.

 

Easter Egg hunt.

 

Music and singing.

 

Games about food air miles.

 

Background and goals

Since 2012.

Resources

No financial contribution from any participants.

Pupil involvement

Year 4, 5 and 6.

Frequency and duration

Annual event.