A grass roots rebellion – School House discovers pupil-led initiatives, including Kilgraston’s
Schools are discovering - just like Kilgraston did with its girls having the idea for a vintage clothing day to highlight the trend for 'fast fashion' and its subsequent waste - that many green initiatives are driven by the pupils themselves.
The autumn edition of School House magazine has just been published and features Kilgraston School in its 276 page volume. The piece about ‘Young eco-warriors’ is flagged-up on the front cover and highlights our ‘Wear it Again’ day among ideas from other schools, including plastic-free picnics, Christmas trees made from old drinks bottles and green ‘unicorns’ – mentors who monitor the environmental policies within schools.
Editor of the magazine, Annabel Heseltine, says she is: “Impressed with their commitment to go green.”
School House magazine is currently available to purchase in shops.
Kilgraston entry in School House magazine
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