Eco-enthusiast students passionate for climate change

Inspirational students use new school council to save the planet

Eco-enthusiastic Worle Community School Academy students are pressing ahead with their plans to help the world and beat climate change. 

Their School Council is inspiring their academy’s 1400 students to get rid of plastics and campaign to improve the environment.

They are meeting regularly to work out a year of ideas and campaigns to build on their anti-plastics and pro environmental work over the last few years.

WCSA also has a Period 6 after school Climate Justice Revolution (CJR). It is an inspirational school.

Principal Jacqui Scott said: “There is huge passion in our school council to sort out environmental issues. We are fully behind all their ideas and plans.”