Stu­dents chew on waste-not mes­sage

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - South Perth -

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.

Pic­ture: Elle Borg­ward

Back: Alice An­netts, Taha Sa­mani, Jor­dyn

Mon­tague, In­dra Nyam­dorj and Ruo Xuan Lee. Front:

Hana Syak­era, Ar­gan Pat­ward­han and Han­nah Jawad.

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