Pupils at two primary schools in Wishaw turned into special agents in a bid to save the planet. The P5 pupils from St Aidan’s and Berryhill Primary Schools took part in an eight-week international programme called The School of the (im)possible .
Each special agent was named after an animal and each created, and will continue to write, a book about an environmental issue close to their heart.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.
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They learned about endangered species, carbon emissions and event how to speak whale language!“It culminated with a presentation to parents and carers where they asked them what they will do to help with their missions.”Pupil Joshua McCourt,Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk