St Eunan's Primary in Clydebank bring in the celebrities!

  •  Posted by Mark Booker

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St Eunan’s Primary in Clydebank were joined by Nicholas McDonald and Celtic captain Scott Brown as they promoted the ‘For the love of..’ climate change campaign with SCIAF.




Odhran Odonnell and Aimee Harkins, P7 pupils at St Eunan’s said:


 "As part of our school work on Climate Change we learned about the countries who contribute least to Climate change but who suffer the most. We carried out case studies on developing countries such as Rwanda and Ethiopia and also on the city of Bangkok. We found the inequalities that people face there are disgraceful and extremely unfair. We need to educate as many people as possible about the importance of saving energy. We looked at the challenges that farmers in African countries face such as drought and extreme weather''


So much praise has to be given to the pupils and to the teachers who’s passion for these important issues is clearly rubbing off!


The staff and pupils and wider school community were also very generous in their Lenten giving as they raised a massive £1800.51 by having a staff ‘Bake off’, a mini football tournament, a Lego challenge, crazy hair day and a sponsored bunny hop.


A big thank you on behalf of the many thousands of people we serve together in Africa, South America and Asia.



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