Westfield held their first Eco Awareness Day on Tuesday 6th March. The pupils enjoyed participating in a range of special activities throughout the day. All pupils had the opportunity to see and handle some exotic animals during the Zoo Lab animal handling workshops. We also learned about the importance of recycling and looking after our beautiful planet through a special assembly and a series of workshops run by Peter Milne, the founder of “Target 4 Green”, an educational company set up to enhance environmental awareness and outdoor education, with a strong emphasis on sustainability. Older pupils enjoyed going to special art and ICT workshops with Mr Hart and Mr Delany while younger ones made nutritional suet ball bird feeders with Mrs Hales. Many pupils are now doing their own recycling projects in class like Weston class who are using old and recycled materials to make Roman weapons. The results of a colouring competition will be released soon and we will also be adopting an endangered animal through WWF with money raised by having a non-school uniform day. We are all very proud of our students for being so involved and passionate about looking after our amazing planet and the animals that live on it.