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  • 14 March 2022

CPS encourages pupils to recycle

CPS has seen delivery of new recycling bins, to encourage pupils to think more about what they recycle at school and at…

CPS has seen delivery of new recycling bins, to encourage pupils to think more about what they recycle at school and at home.  The recycling bins match those at Cranleigh Senior School and can take paper and cardboard, pens/highlighters, soft plastics i.e. bread bags, empty crisp packets and corks both real and synthetic.

CPS would like to encourage children and parents to use the bins by bringing in small amounts of recycling to school.

The pupils had the chance to enter a poster ‘competition’ to produce an information poster to hang above each bin. Congratulations to the following pupils whose innovative designs are now hanging above the bins. Crisps by Lily W and Cara N, Paper and Card by Matilda F, Pens by Jake J and Charlie S and Corks by Charlie H.

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