International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, observed on September 16, provided an excellent starting point for today's ecology discussion in our Red Class. The students engaged in a dialogue about the origins of air pollution, its various forms, and most significantly, its repercussions. They acquired knowledge about ozone and freon, as well as comprehended the peril freons pose to our planet.
The lesson's pinnacle involved the creation of a poster bearing the slogan "Caring for Our Atmosphere." The unanimous consensus among all the children was that prioritizing public transportation, cycling, and walking over cars is vital. They also recognized the value of utilizing solar panels more extensively. And of course, a resounding agreement: no littering! 🙂