Children’s Environmental Parliament

Every in the spring term Year 6 classes work with us on Children’s Environmental  Parliament projects, helping their schools take action on an important local environmental issue. The project is  key in providing climate change education to year 6 children. Topics researched include recycling, food waste, sustainable travel, plastic pollution, air pollution and food miles. Projects, involving exciting site visits and interviews, real research and school campaigns.

Students are prepared  for making their end of project presentations at the Council chamber at Kensington Town Hall or Hammersmith Town Hall to their peers and invited guests.

The project is supported by LB Hammersmith and Fulham and  RB Kensington and Chelsea  FREE of charge to all LBHF and RBKC schools.

” I really enjoyed finding out about how we can help Wormwood Scrubs, talking with the climate change team and doing our own research”  Year 6 student Old Oak Primary school

” We visited the market and talked to the market manager who told us how Portobello Road is recovering from covid. We can all help by doing our shopping there. It’s nearby – you don’t have to drive and that helps the planet too!” Year 6 student, Colville Primary school.