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Caring for our World (Certificate)

Has a pupil shown care for their world? Maybe they have done something to look after their local environment or taken action to reduce damage to the planet?

Recognise their contributions by awarding them a Caring for our World certificate!

Overview

Our pupil certificates are linked to 12 ethos statements, such as We are Part of a World-Wide Community. Each statement supports character development and the acquisition of key citizenship skills The values, skills and knowledge related this certificate can be found in the lesson plans such as COP26: Climate Action, Plastic Pollution and The Value...
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