River conservation presentation at Ketton Primary School

River conservation presentation at Ketton Primary School


litter pick

On Tuesday 22nd May, we delivered a river conservation presentation to 120 students at Ketton Primary School. This talk coincided with their term’s ‘Responsibility’ theme, aimed at raising awareness of environmental and social issues.

Our presentation discussed the importance of rivers, how rivers are threatened, and how everyone can contribute to protecting rivers by making small changes at home and at work/school.

We thoroughly enjoyed working with the students in Years 3-6, and we hope that everyone enjoyed the talks and learnt lots about river conservation in the process. After the talks were over, we joined the Year 3 and 4s on a litter pick along their local River Chater. It was fantastic to see such enthusiasm in picking up litter!!!