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Climate cops lay down the energy law

PUBLISHED: 20:14 21 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:23 30 June 2010

Climate cops visit Edward Worlledge pupils

Climate cops visit Edward Worlledge pupils

DESPITE the snowy conditions, the npower Climate Cops stopped off at Edward Worlledge to teach Year 6 pupils how to be greener at home and school.

The aim of the Government's National Framework programme is to show children, through a series of interactive and engaging missions headed by five Climate Cop characters, that the importance of saving energy is vital to the environment.

DESPITE the snowy conditions, the npower Climate Cops stopped off at Edward Worlledge to teach Year 6 pupils how to be greener at home and school.

The aim of the Government's National Framework programme is to show children, through a series of interactive and engaging missions headed by five Climate Cop characters, that the importance of saving energy is vital to the environment.

Each child was successful in achieving the tasks and received a certificate and Climate Cop t-shirt for their sterling efforts.


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