Mini beasts help in bid to go green

GREENFINGERED students learnt about the importance of recycling as part of a special school project. Youngsters at High Down

GREENFINGERED students learnt about the importance of recycling as part of a special school project.Youngsters at High Down Infants School enjoyed a session with staff from Resource Futures who spoke to them about the importance of composting.The students were also told about the creatures which live in compost bins and the job they do, the council run green bag and box recycling initiative.Class teacher Alison Francis said: "The talk was part of a school project where we are looking at the importance of recycling and how mini beasts live and contribute to composting."At the school we currently recycle our paper and are looking at ways we can increase our recycling."Pictured are students at High Down Infants learning about recycling and composting.


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