College students dip awards in approval of their environmental projects

ANIMAL government students during a college scooped 4 prizes during annual competition enlivening immature people to make certain environmental changes.

A organisation of 5 teenagers from Seevic College, Thundersley, came together to work to “make a universe a improved place”.

They won 4 awards during a annual Roots and Shoots awards, including approval for an recognition debate about concerned animals and collecting garments and food for refugees in Calais.

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Jacqueline Dullaghan, biology mentor during a college, has been concerned with Roots and Shoots for 10 years and was penetrating to start a organisation during a college.

She said: “Roots and Shoots offer students a event to get this profitable work knowledge and to make a disproportion to causes and projects that they are ardent about.”

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