Pupils in Year 7 Take Part in Community Litter Pick

In a heartening display of community spirit and environmental care, pupils from Bolt class took to the streets this Friday, armed not with textbooks but with bin bags and gloves. Led by a group of dedicated community members, the initiative aimed to tackle the pervasive issue of litter within their neighborhood.

Under the bright morning sun, the group of pupils gathered at the school gates, eager to make a difference in their community. With a shared sense of purpose, they set out equipped with litter pickers, gloves, and an unwavering determination to clean up their surroundings.

Mrs Dowd who organised for the class to go said “It’s inspiring to see these young people taking the part in caring for their community. They’re setting a fantastic example for all of us.”

As the last bags were tied off and the final pieces of litter disposed of, the sense of accomplishment among the pupils was evident. Their efforts had not only resulted in cleaner streets but had also fostered a sense of unity and purpose within the community.

Well done to everyone involved.