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Conscientious Cambusnethan kids do their bit for the local community during global goals week

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Children at Cambusnethan Primary in Wishaw recently took part in a Global Goals week as part of work towards becoming a Silver Rights Respecting School.Each class was given a particular global goal to learn about and were involved in a variety of activities to encourage them to become responsible citizens.The pupils learned about subjects including; life on land, life below water, no poverty, zero hunger, climate change, clean water and sanitation, clean and affordable energy and sustainable cities and communities.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.

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They made placards and held a peaceful protest within our school.Class teacher Mrs Agnew, said: “The children absolutely loved these experiences and opportunities, and it is something we hope to do again in the new school year.“There was a real buzz about the school each day with children participating in research, STEM activities, experiments, planting of seeds and much more.”P4 pupils learned about “Zero Hunger” and organised a food collection which they packed into their

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