Bath pupils go green
May 22 2008
A group of Bath pupils have been celebrating all things green with an Eco Week.
Royal High Junior School has this week welcomed a number of people from the local community, keen to help the children learn about how to be environmentally-friendly, reports the Bath Chronicle.
Headteacher Helen Fathers told the paper: "The activities have been carefully chosen to help the children appreciate that their surroundings are precious and need all of us to look after them."
These have included visit from artists and musicians, as well as education and community groups, including artist Edwina Bridgeman who uses driftwood and scrap metal to make scultptures.
An appearance from world music group Baka Beyond was another highlight for the pupils, who play music inspired by the Baka Pygmies of the Cameroon rainforest.
Ofsted have this week called on the government to ensure that environment gains a higher profile on the national curriculum.
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