On Friday 7th June RFPS celebrated World Ocean’s Day, particularly focusing on litter pollution.
Reception read a story about the ocean called ‘The Journey’ and explored how litter effects the ocean and the sea creatures. We then represented this in our own artwork. Some children created posters and made a mini Ocean to portray pollution in the oceans.
Year One went on a litter picking trip to help clean up our local environment. They created posters to show the dangers of litter pollution in the ocean and thought about ways they could help to prevent this pollution.
Year Two watched clouds, danced a rain dance (which clearly worked!) and made rain music.
Year Three learnt about the water cycle and re-enacted it through role play. Later, they created a two sided collage to show what our Oceans should look like and the negative effect human pollution can have on our oceans.