On the week beginning 20th November the St Nicholas House Eco Committee organised ‘No Waste Week.’
They monitored the food waste, electricity and recycling in all four classes. All competed in being the least wasteful and all were very keen to be crowned the winners. St Nicholas’ plates had never looked so clean with the children eating nearly all their food (including their vegetables).
At the end of a successful week, the Eco Committee totalled up the waste and Year 6AH was the no waste champion!
Well done to the Eco Committee for coordinating a brilliant week.
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