The Most Fantastic, Funniest Camp Ever
By Tima Korin, Year 4 Student
I loved all the activities at the Year 4 camp but my favourites were rock climbing and canoeing. Lake Ainsworth was such a beautiful, brilliant place.
Emmeline Anthony, Student Chairperson
The PYP Sustainable Spartans are continuing with projects that began in 2017 and are embarking on new ones too. Firstly, the environmental warriors are forging ahead with a quest to install recycling bins in the Junior School common areas.
Welcome to 2018! After discussions and careful considerations: paper, minimising general waste and organic recycling will be our focus this year. With potentially three new outdoor bins on the way, we have yet to decide where they will be located. The Ray Dining Hall as well as in the Year 3 to 6 recess eating area, are possible positons to house the bins. We will keep you posted!
In the meantime, there are recycling bins found in each Junior School Classroom, specifically for paper and cardboard. Please continue to put your used paper and cardboard in these bins. Members of the PYP Sustainable Spartans and the College cleaning team will continue to empty these classroom bins into a larger recycling bin.
Finally, last year we collected a great deal of used stationery that would have ordinarily gone into landfill. Our next project will be to send these pre-loved supplies to schools in Mozambique, Fiji and a remote school in Australia.
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