Bourne Academy pupils learn about carbon footprint

Four pupils from Bourne Academy, Alexandra Stubley, Katie Howden, Bryony Berry and Athenna Manzon played host to a further eighteen pupils from six local primary schools for the day, to train as carbon ambassadors
Four pupils from Bourne Academy, Alexandra Stubley, Katie Howden, Bryony Berry and Athenna Manzon played host to a further eighteen pupils from six local primary schools for the day, to train as carbon ambassadors
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Four pupils from Bourne Academy, Alexandra Stubley, Katie Howden, Bryony Berry and Athenna Manzon, played host to a further eighteen students from six local primary schools for a day to train as carbon ambassadors.

The training was delivered by Emily Neville, the Lincolnshire Eco-Schools officer from Lincolnshire County Council and her team.

The pupils, all accompanied by a member of staff from the seven schools, gave a presentation of what their schools were doing to be more efficient and reduce their carbon footprint.

This ranged from recycling to rainwater harvesting and much more.

During the day, pupils were involved in role play learning about the greenhouse effect.