Media ReleaseUdupi, Jun 5: To sensitize students about the various environmental issues, and inculcate in them a positive and caring attitude, Silas International School celebrated World Environment Day on Monday, June 5.
Students were made aware of the delicate balance of the planet and also how they could contribute at their level to save the environment. Students of different grades actively participated in different activities.A special assembly was conducted by the teachers to avoid using plastic bags. Students made paper bags and cloth bags with the aim to sensitise children about banishing the use of plastic. It was also aimed to reinforce three R’s – Reduce Reuse and Recycle.
Grade 1 and 2 made handmade paper folders. While grade 3 and 4 made pen holders of paper.Principal Deirdra Maben urged students to maintain a plastic free campus and create a pollution-free environment to maintain the quality of life.
Without plastic it is difficult or may not possible for us to live. Therefore we should make proper use and reuse of plastic. Thank you and God bless each and every one of us.
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