Students chew on waste-not message
STUDENTS at South Perth Primary School are getting environmentally friendly.
The recycling team, Millennium Kids and school leaders had a waste-free lunch meeting to discuss possible projects that could be carried out in the school.
Deputy principal Sam Taylor said a number of projects were discussed in groups, which included leadership protocols and how to run a student-centred meeting
“One project was promoting waste-free lunches for the school on Eat Wise Wednesday, establishing a recycling process and including worm farms and composting,” she said.
Eat Wise Wednesday is a healthy eating initiative where students focus on eating healthy, fresh food/waste-free choices.
Back: Alice Annetts, Taha Samani, Jordyn
Montague, Indra Nyamdorj and Ruo Xuan Lee. Front:
Hana Syakera, Argan Patwardhan and Hannah Jawad.