BROUGHTY Ferry’s Eastern Primary School was part of a big green wave which swept Scottish schools this week, as children geared up to showcase their eco-credentials as part of The Co-operative’s first ever Green Schools Revolution Week which ends today (Friday).
To celebrate the exciting green work going on at schools across the country, children at Eastern Primary School will today be staging a ‘green day’, with pupils all wearing green.
Schools across the UK will be taking part in all sorts of eco-activities throughout the week, from a wellie walk in Devon to a wormery day in London, and an electricity-free day in Dumfries and Galloway.
The Co-operative’s Green Schools Revolution is an exciting programme of environmental lessons and sustainability activities for teachers and parents.
It has been designed to inspire the next generation of green pioneers, with free lessons, trips and green activities available to all UK primary and secondary schools.
To find out more about Green Schools Revolution visit www.greenschools.coop