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PIB protest powerful posters

In ICT we used the IPads to create campaign posters using the powerful I ages from the media. What do you think?

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Save our seabirds

How you can help

Sign this petition. Click this link to join the protest

save our seabirds

Use our PowerPoint to educate

Save our Seabirds! workshop”>powerpoint

Watch our news report

Class Tamar PIB pollution campaign“>news report

Write to the government

Write to the minister for the environment Richard Benyon.

We want as many children as we can to help us change the law on PIB dumping to stop this disaster happening again!

OUR CHILDREN CARE, HELP THEM MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Download our petition, get as many signatures as you can and send them to us so we can show parliament how much we care about our environment and our wildlife petition

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Plastic Soup

Today we had an amazing talk from the Marine Aquarium on the contents of different sea animals stomachs. We were shocked to see the amount of plastic that these animals digest and the amount of waste plastic there is in our oceans

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Beach clean up !

Continuing our environmental theme the class went to the beach today to pick up plastic. Plastic dumped in our seas is a real problem and we tried to help as much as we could. In all we filled nine bags full of waste plastic which was a surprise as the beach looked amazing and clean when we got there.

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Save our seabirds powerpoint

Here is a copy of the save our seabirds powerpoint being sent to all schools in Cornwall. Use it in your school for discussion and get involved if you can.Save our Seabirds! workshop

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