Events March, 27th 2014 by

Eco-Friendly Measures Get The Green Light at BSM

BSM youngsters litter picking on the beach

BSM youngsters litter picking on the beach

Eco-friendly measures get the green light at BSM

Turning off the lights, monitoring plastic cup usage and using less paper in the classrooms.

Those were just some of the clever ideas pupils at the British School of Marbella came up with to help celebrate Go Green Week this month.

During the event youngsters had to plan how to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle at home and at school.

As part of their efforts primary aged children also descended on Marbella’s beaches to help pick up discarded litter with their teachers.

Youngsters picked up several bags full of rubbish

Youngsters picked up several bags full of rubbish


Local charity Marbella Arboretum then visited the school to talk about taking care of trees, plants and wildlife.

Donna Fry, Foundation Stage Leader, said: “It was a fabulous week and all the children are beginning to think in a greener way.”

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Ash Bolton


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