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Cobholm Primary goes green

PUBLISHED: 18:52 15 May 2008 | UPDATED: 11:05 03 July 2010

Cobholm Primary School's going green

Cobholm Primary School's going green

THE children at Cobholm Primary School are going green. The school is trying to become more environmentally friendly and year 4 pupils have recently completed a topic about improving the environment and are now very enthusiastic about reducing, re-using and re-cycling the school's waste.

THE children at Cobholm Primary School are going green. The school is trying to become more environmentally friendly and year 4 pupils have recently completed a topic about improving the environment and are now very enthusiastic about reducing, re-using and re-cycling the school's waste. The school now has its own compost bins and the fruit left-overs are being composted each day.

Teacher Karen Lea said: “The children really enjoyed their topic. They are trying to use their new-found knowledge in many ways and composting is just one way. We hope one day to produce our own compost to use in our gardening club!”


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