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Pupils ‘eat well and waste less’

From left to right:
Bottom row: Jayne Clarke, Victoria Greer, Charlotte McNaul,
Top row: Leah Harvey, Kirstin Mckinstry, Ashleigh Craig, Jayne McFetridge, Sophie Martin.

From left to right: Bottom row: Jayne Clarke, Victoria Greer, Charlotte McNaul, Top row: Leah Harvey, Kirstin Mckinstry, Ashleigh Craig, Jayne McFetridge, Sophie Martin.

Antrim Grammar School Home Economics Department has participated in the Eco-Schools Northern Ireland European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) Campaign.

EWWR brings together people across Europe during a single week, to raise awareness of how to waste less.

This year EWWR in Northern Ireland will be running the theme of food waste in terms of the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) and promoting the Love Food Hate Waste campaign.

Antrim Grammar Schools’s participation in EWWR has helped contribute to an exciting week of food waste reduction activities organised throughout Northern Ireland.

The campaign involved raising awareness of the issue of food waste, learning more about the ‘Love Food Hate Waste’ Initiative in Northern Ireland and taking practical actions to reduce food waste.

The Home Economics Department has been looking at ways to ‘Eat Well and Waste Less’ by planning the shopping and using leftovers to create tasty dishes. Victoria Greer a Year 11 Home Economics pupil provided an excellent recipe for Banana Bread.

The Home Economics Department will also be introducing brown recycling caddy into the classroom so that pupils can recycle any raw and cooked food waste.

 

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