St Peter’s Partnership Eco Training Event

On Tuesday 16th October, St Peter’s RC High School students and St Richard’s RC Primary pupils met for a zero carbon lunch from “The Real Junk Food Project” which was very tasty and all from food that would otherwise have been thrown in landfill. St Peter’s Eco Educators then ran the afternoon session, which included a presentation created by the students on the causes and problems of global warming and games that explored potential solutions to climate change.

The session culminated in a planning activity to suggest what each school could do to better protect our environment in the future. We were delighted to be joined by Lydia, Chair of MEEN and Bill Egerton, St Peter’s Chair of Governors. It was an amazing afternoon where all pupils, after their initial shyness, joined together in sharing and learning from each other and also teaching the adults involved.