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01 October 2020

The Great British Spring Clean 2020

The Great British Spring Clean 2020

Post assembly, on a very windy Friday 25 September, the group walked to nearby Dovehouse Square. As I collected and binned the rubbish, what struck the group was that, from the outset, the Green looked rubbish-free; however, on closer inspection, there was a huge concentration of small-scale rubbish; especially, bottle caps, the ends of chocolate wrappers and cigarette butts!

 

As we discussed our observations, the pupils created a tally chart of the materials seen and estimated, and the number of items collected and recorded plus any personal observations.

 

During our next meeting, we will analyse the results and create graphs that help us to visualise what the amount/type of rubbish says about our local area and what the data can tell us about initiatives to support a cleaner Chelsea.

 

The Eco Development Group were one of the 17,097 clean-ups that took place.

 

Mr McSherry

Events

  • The Great British Spring Clean 2020

    01 October 2020

    The Great British Spring Clean 2020

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  • 01 June 2017

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  • 30 May 2017

    Reflecting on Chelsea's Past

    Our Headmaster and pupils held a beautiful memorial event to remember the hardships inmates faced at The Chelsea Workhouse during Victorian times.

  • 23 May 2017

    Alice in Wonderland Performance

    Our pupils took us on an amazing trip down the rabbit hole with their performance of Lewis Carroll's story of Alice in Wonderland.

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