KS2 pupils in Lambeth primary schools were challenged to make a pledge to take action to reduce air pollution, as part of our virtual Lambeth Clean Air Week celebrations. National Clean Air Day fell on 8 October this year, and we held a week of events, mostly online, to raise awareness of air quality, showcase the work we do to tackle pollution and inspire others to get involved.
With such a high standard of the posters and range of pledges, choosing just one winner was incredibly difficult. We were blown away by the quality of the entries to our competition.
Well done to Ethan from Sunnyhill Primary School, who was incredibly resourceful in his use of materials and set a great example in putting rubbish to good use to reduce waste. Ethan will receive a book voucher as a well-earned prize.
The young people impressed us with their artistic skills, creative ideas and commitment to the cause. The runners-up are shown below. Thank you to everyone that entered, we look forward to seeing you deliver on your actions and make Lambeth a healthier place for everyone.