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Damers First School

Damers First School

Damers First School – Climate Change Event in London

Edd Moore represented Damers First School at a special Climate Change Event in London on 20th September organised by Delphis Eco (an ecological cleaning product we have used across the school for the last four years) CEO Mark Jankovich who was launching #Plasticspledge in Parliament Square with a giant turtle wrapped up in plastic. “There is more micro plastic in the sea than there are stars in […]

Damers First School Mural for Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park

Damers First School were the winners of Bella Ceramics Summer Giveaway Competition this year with a recorded number of votes. This years theme was plastic pollution. Children at the school were given the chance to make two large wall art installations with Bella Ceramics. The children designed, sketched onto ceramic tiles and then painted with glazes. […]

Plastic Free Dorchester Picnic Celebration – Damers First School

The Plastic Free Picnic took place in Borough Gardens, Dorchester to celebrate the town achieving SAS Plastic Free Community Status. It has been a campaign lead by Damers First School children with support from Dorchester Town Council, Litter Free Dorset, local businesses and community groups. On the day there were a whole host of stalls […]

Damers First School – New Nature Area

Damers First School had a brand new nature area with pond constructed in the school grounds. The money was raised by the children who designed, produced and sold their award winning Waxtastic No Plastic (an alternative to cling film). Some of the funds also came from the awards the school have won through the children’s […]

Damers First School – “The Beauty of Nature”, Open for Art Fortnight Exhibition

Damers First School children have produced phenomenal art work as part of Open for Art Fortnight. This work has been inspired by Prince Charles’s book Harmony: A New Way of Looking at Our World. The children worked with recycle sculpture artist  Peter Margerum to construct a natural life cycle with minibeasts, pollinators and flowers made […]