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Reusing Plastic to Protect Oceans Under Threat

February 2021

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Geography students have been learning about the threat that rubbish poses to our oceans and consequently to our world’s marine life, especially the damage caused by single use plastics.

Single use plastic is one of the biggest threats our oceans currently face. About 10% of all the plastic we use ends up in the sea, items like plastic bottles, bags and packaging, and all cause enormous damage. One of the ways we can help in tackling plastic pollution is by finding new and inventive ways to reuse the plastic we have in our homes. To encourage students to think more about the plastic they use and how they might be able to make a difference, the Geography department set a challenge for students in Year 8 and 9, asking them to find the most imaginative ways they could to reuse plastic.

Students submitted photos of some fantastic work. Teachers particularly wanted to recognise the creativity of Year 9s Kieran C and Bobbie D, who both reused a plastic bottle to create brilliant pencil pots, Jacob C in 8C1 who created an amazing money box, and Macey L in Year 8 who created a host of products including a bracelet out of three carrier bags, a pencil case out of two pop bottles and a plant pot out of a milk carton!

Why don’t you have a go yourself? Supermarket bags cut into strips and woven make excellent friendship bracelets!