By Jill Dando News
Eco-minded pupils have picked up huge amount of litter as part of their exciting new after-school club.
Pupils at St Anne’s Church Academy in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset are helping to keep their environment clean in their Well-being and Community club.
They took to the streets of West Wick around their community full of enthusiasm and armed with litter pickers and wearing high-visibility vests.
Principal Emma Hardy Smith said: “We were astonished at the amount of litter we collected. We recognise that we are a full part of our community and pupils relished the opportunity to help.
“The pupils were sending out a message to everyone – “please put your rubbish in the bin so animals don’t get hurt’.
The club previously had seen the pupils make birdfeeders.
St Anne’s Church Academy is a high achieving and happy caring school, and is the first school in North Somerset to receive the highly prized Social Media School Award.
It is part of The Priory Learning Trust.