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Haileybury Rendall Schools youngest Eco-Warriors

In a fantastic demonstration of environmental consciousness, the Early Learning Centre recently participated in Clean Up Australia Day, marking a pivotal moment in the school's commitment to sustainability.

Armed with gloves, hats, and rubbish bags, the students eagerly ventured into the school grounds and surrounding areas, ready to tackle the litter interfering with the beauty of their environment. With enthusiasm and a sense of purpose, students embarked on their mission, their laughter mingling with the rustle of leaves as they set out to make a tangible difference.

As the children scoured the grounds, their eyes lit up with determination, each discarded piece of trash becoming a small victory in their collective effort to restore cleanliness and order to their surroundings.

Participating in Clean Up Australia Day isn't just about picking up litter; it's about instilling a sense of responsibility and respect for the planet. By actively engaging in the clean-up process, the children of the ELC are cultivating a deeper understanding of the impact of human actions on the environment. They are learning firsthand the significance of reducing waste, recycling materials, and preserving natural habitats. Through their dedication and enthusiasm, these young eco-warriors are not only contributing to a cleaner Earth today but also laying the groundwork for a more sustainable future.

The student's efforts serve as a terrific example of the power of collective action and the difference that even the smallest individuals can make in protecting our planet. We celebrated a morning of hard work with icy poles and a sausage sizzle to finish off a fun filled and successful morning.

Michelle Shaw
Head of Early Learning Centre