Keeping Worcester Green
The Environment Club took the opportunity to encourage pupils to take part in a number of different challenges over the last half term. One such competition was the Wildlife Photography Challenge where we had a number of really super photos submitted.
We struggled to choose our winners, but in the end, the following claimed victory:
Sixth Form – Heini Hughes (bluebell photograph)
Middle School – Eleanor Fawcett (fox photograph)
Lower School – Abigail Haldane (bee on a white flower photograph)
We had lots of Lower School entries and they were of a very high standard so, having consulted with the Headmaster, we decided Abigail was the winner with her photograph ‘Bee on a White Flower’. That said, a special mention had to go to Rosie Guild (butterfly on a white flower), Millie Street (bee on a pink flower) and Hope Bradley (purple flowers against tree) whose photographs were also beautiful.
The winners each received a wooden bug house for their gardens and the Environment Club hopes the bugs have settled in well! Many thanks to all who took time to enter and we hope you enjoyed getting out amongst nature to take your photographs.
We would really love to see more pupils getting involved next year in all things at the Environment Club and to see what changes RGS can make to #makeworcestergreener.
Miss R Briggs, Teacher of Biology, Environment Officer