This year so far, we have worked with many fabulous schools and community groups within the Wyre forest District area. Below you can see some photos from our educational visits and the feedback we have received. Everyone had great time and learnt a lot about litter pollution and the impact litter has on the environment and the wildlife.
St. Wulstan’s RC Primary School
Mrs Edwards: “All of the Children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and the school would like to set up a termly programme with different year groups so this educational event happens regularly”
Comberton Primary School
Mrs Morris: “The children were very enthusiastic and enjoyed using the equiptment”
St John’s primary school
Mr Smith: The children were engaged and determined to collect the litter after your educational talk we were all incredibly surprised by the amount of litter collected.
Franche Primary School
Mrs Clarke: “They all absolutely loved it and haven’t stopped talking about your visit and they were engaged so much they did not want to stop litter picking”
Bewdley Primary School
Cubs Wyre Forest
Wyre Forest 17 Stourport Mid Severn cub pack
Wyre Forest 21 Scout Group
Wyre Forest 8 Beaver colony
Reach Community Serivces
Do you feel this programme would be beneficial on an education platform?
YES. If possible, I would very much like an educational talk/talks re recycling and caring for our environment; why we litter pick, how we can live ‘greener’ and protect our wildlife and environment? This would enhance the learning experience for our service users. Regular litter picking sessions would also be most beneficial! (we also intend to carry out more of our own).