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St Bernard's Lower Primary School sustainable fun day

St Bernard’s Lower Primary School’s sustainable fun day was a resounding success according to the school.

With the day having a strong emphasis on community engagement and environmental stewardship.

“The event featured a vibrant array of stalls that not only brought our community together but also highlighted the importance of sustainability in our daily lives,” said a statement from the school.

“Attendees had a wonderful time engaging in various activities while also learning about sustainable practices.”

“One of the highlights of the day was a captivating performance by the school Choir, who sang a beautiful song that resonated with the theme of environmental conservation.”

Additionally, the school community welcomed representatives from the Nautilus Project, courtesy of Prior Park pupils, who showcased innovative solutions for sustainable living.

Wastage Products Ltd. also played a role in educating attendees about the harmful effects of using wipes, shedding light on the importance of mindful consumption and waste reduction.

“A special mention goes out to the Young Enterprise team from Westside School, who impressed everyone with their sustainable book. A testament to the creativity and dedication of our young minds towards building a greener future,” said the statement.

“Overall, the Sustainable Fun Day was a testament to the school’s commitment to fostering a sustainable and environmentally conscious community.”

“St Bernard’s pupils and staff are committed to continuing their efforts in promoting sustainable practices and making a positive impact on the environment,” the statement added.

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