Clean Up Day! (March, 2018)
SCHOOLS CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY
Thank you to everyone for helping with Schools Clean Up Australia Day on Friday. We have such a lovely school to be proud of and it’s looking wonderful.
We don’t want the wrappers to pollute the environment or animals’ homes.
Let’s keep it clean and put our rubbish in the bin!
REDUCE your rubbish! Bring nude food – that’s food without wrappers!
We had a visit from Josh Frydenberg (above), the Minister for Environment and Energy on Friday to celebrate our school’s involvement with Clean Up Australia.
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