This April children from many schools across Worthing and Adur will try something different at Davison C of E High School For Girls; a day of ‘green’ learning and activities. They’ll learn all about recycling, renewable energy, healthy lifestyles and ‘earworms’! Plus they can enjoy a whole host of fun workshops, and they even get a chance to meet a famous kite surfer and fly one of his kites!
On 30th April 2013 Davison C of E High School for Girls will be hosting the E.Y.E. Project Eco Summit. This gives young people a great opportunity to meet loads of other young eco warriors both in and around Worthing, and make lots of new friends. There are workshops to attend where they can be creative and learn about the environment. This year for the first time, students from Davison High School and St Andrews will be running workshops at the Eco Summit too. Our workshop run by Davison students will involve students decorating part of a quilt with recycled materials for the Wastebusters county wide competition.
E.Y.E. stands for Eco Young Engaged and it helps young people to get engaged with the environment and find out how to help to protect our planet for the future. The Eco Summit is an annual event run by the EYE Project and Davison are very excited to be hosting it this year as we always attend and have a great time when it is held at other schools. We hope this year we will do the Eye Project proud and make it just as good as last year.
By Davison Eco Team
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This year the E.Y.E. Project is working in partnership with The Southern Co-operative. This support is enabling us to spread our Eco-Summit model to other localities of schools within West Sussex, so that we can help to engage more schools and more young people in the importance of caring for our planet.