Been to a Green Up Your Act workshop? I’d love your feedback!

  • In our School of conservation, we have been learning about our local area and recycling, and next term will be looking more closely at minibeasts and their habitats, so this was a super introduction!  We enjoyed learning about different habitats and looking at lots of pictures and information. We went outside and collected leaves and twigs to make our very own bug barns.  We are going to place them in our playground and investigate if they attract any minibeasts!  Thank you Phillip for your interesting and fun workshop!
    Julie BremnerSunnyside Primary - Glasgow
  • I just wanted to say thank you again for the two days you spent with us. The girls really enjoyed their Up-cycling Workshops and have been inspired to look at waste in a different light. Several are already designing products to make out of rubbish. I feel it will really make a difference to the amount of waste we throw away as a school.    
    James Allen’s Preparatory School – Mrs Rachel Lynn – Eco Coordinator – East Dulwich Grove Girls School – London
  • Thank you so much for today. The kids reported back very positively to their classes and were very proud of their wallets. I think everyone was suitably impressed by the Earthship ideal and we’re looking forward to telling the whole school about it in our energy assembly and asking the right questions about our new sustainable school building. We have a lot to think about in school now and I know what they learned today will give them a confident start to making an energy plan and putting it into action.
    Jo Slater Eco Co-ordinatorSomerhill Junior School
  • "Thank you very much for coming in and working so hard with our young children! They all had a great day and we will do our best to build on the enthusiasm the children have for seasonal food gardening!"
    Sally OverendSt Thomas Primary School
  • "A huge ‘thank you’ to Philip Hunton (Green Up Your Act) for providing each and every class in our school with an entertaining and educational workshop for our Eco Day. In keeping with our theme of ‘Recycling Waste‘ the younger children enjoyed the ‘Green Shoots’ activity, finding out about the importance of composting and planting a seed in their own recycled pot. The older pupils had a great time learning all about ‘Upcycling’ and produced a recycled notebook to take home. We will certainly be inviting Philip back in the near future."
    Sue QuinnThe Granville Inderpendedt School Sevenoaks
  • The whole school really enjoyed your assembly about the importance of recycling which was made even more interesting when you showed them the items that had been made from recycled material. The pratical activity of recycling newspaper to make a plant pot and planting seedlings was a good hands on activity in which all of our pupils were able to experience success. Many thanks Phil!
    Dawn MartinCedar Centre Brighton
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