The children of Abbotts Ann Church of England Primary School completed a pupil survey sharing their views and opinions on climate change. The key themes that they were most passionate about were plastic pollution and deforestation.The children wanted to create a sculpture to express their strong feelings about single use plastics.
What Does the Sculpture Represent? “We are using old plastic piping and bending them into semi-circles, then attaching the plastic links we have made. We are making two and they will cross over each other. It is like the earth half hidden beneath all the plastic pollution. It is like it’s trying to fight back, trying to escape and rise up and out of all the plastic.” Jack, Poppy, Jake, Oscar and Alex -KS1
The following video clips capture some KS2 pupils expressing their views and opinions about climate change and taking part in this exciting project.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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