Bolton School Infants

Children Learn to be Climate Superheroes

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As part of their Superheroes topic, Y2 children at Bolton School have been considering real-life examples. Girls and boys were told how they too could be 'climate' superheroes. They spent two weeks recycling materials, conserving water and electricity, both in school and at home. They finished the project with each class making a recycled piece of art which was sent to the BBC tv programme Blue Peter. Forms 2F and 2C have already received their badges and 2G are eagerly awaiting theirs!

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