Pupils clean up at Seaton Beach

PUBLISHED: 12:59 27 January 2020

Seaton Primary School pupils with some of the rubbish they removed from the beach. Picture: Jess Broom.

Seaton Primary School pupils with some of the rubbish they removed from the beach. Picture: Jess Broom.

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Pupils from Seaton Primary School have given the town’s pebble beach a clean up – removing an ‘amazing’ amount of rubbish.

Seaton Primary School pupils cleaning up the beach. Picture: Jess Broom.Seaton Primary School pupils cleaning up the beach. Picture: Jess Broom.

As part of their 'wonderful world' project, youngsters in Year 2 have been thinking about how to look after the environment and help their local area.

The children worked hard and covered a large section of the beach, gathering unnatural items they found along the way.

Teacher Jess Broom was delighted with what the pupils had achieved during the clean up on Friday, January 17.

She said: "We were amazed at how much rubbish we found washed up on Seaton Beach and the children took great pride in collecting and sorting through the litter, and re-using what they could.

Poppy Harwood with her poster saying ‘no’ to beach litter. Picture: Jess BroomPoppy Harwood with her poster saying ‘no’ to beach litter. Picture: Jess Broom

"A big well done to all of the Year 2 pupils at Seaton Primary School for their excellent effort during the beach clean."

Scarlett Holbrook with her jellyfish picture. Picture: Jess Broom.Scarlett Holbrook with her jellyfish picture. Picture: Jess Broom.


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