Pops Of Colour As Students Get Crafty To Prevent Plastic Pollution
Geography students have been fizzing with ideas as part of a creative project to prevent plastic pollution.
Year 7 and 8 youngsters were given the challenge of up-cycling a pop bottle as an alternative to sending it to landfill.
The aim of the project was to create awareness of the damage caused by plastic pollution in the environment and pupils proved they were more than up to the task.
Creations ranged from fabulous fish to a terrific turtle and charming cat as youngsters showed their crafty skills.
Miss Howell said: “Students really got all of their creative juices flowing for this task and have produced some amazing and imaginative pieces of work – all to raise awareness of a very important issue.
“They should be very proud of what they have created – their efforts are certainly brightening up the Geography department!”