SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you. Discuss: What is litter? Litter can be described as 'rubbish that is in the wrong place' and can be anything from a cigarette butt to a burnt out car. It can be food, chewing gum, cans, crisp packets, plastic bags and banana skins – in fact, any item left by a ...
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Discuss: What is litter?

Litter can be described as ‘rubbish that is in the wrong place’ and can be anything from a cigarette butt to a burnt out car. It can be food, chewing gum, cans, crisp packets, plastic bags and banana skins – in fact, any item left by a person that should not be there.

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

Discuss: Why do people litter? Come up with the top 5 reasons people give for littering. The group with the most amount of similar answers will earn merits.

It’s OK if nobody sees you doing it.

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

How long does it take these items to decompose? Place them on a continuum from shortest to longest Orange peel

Cigarette butt Paper bag Banana peel

Tetra carton Can

Plastic bag

Thread

Glass jar

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How long does it take these items to decompose? Place them on a continuum from shortest to longest

2-10 days

2-5 months

3-14 months

12 years 6 months

80-100 years

5 years 15-100 years 1,000,000 years

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

What are the consequences?

Birds and seagulls are attracted to litter.

Litter attracts rats! Is litter an issue at Ecclesfield School?

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

We have seen the consequences of litter on the environment and explored some of the reasons why people litter. In school the issue of litter is becoming increasingly worse. Staff and the majority of students want the problem resolving. They do not want to be surrounded by litter. We also want to support the wonderful cleaning staff we have in school whose job is NOT to pick up rubbish that a minority do not put in the bin.

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

Your rubbish is YOUR rubbish and you are 100% responsible for this. This includes litter left in classrooms and food waste.

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

A few reminders…. Hot food cannot be taken out of the canteen. Food can only be eaten on floor 2 and 3 of the building or the canteen. If you are caught dropping litter, you will automatically receive a C3 and be placed in an SLT detention. You will be required to do an hour litter pick too. If yu eat something and there isn’t bin in the vicinity, put keep the rubbish until you arrive at your classroom or find a bin.

SPEAK LIKE A CHAMPION (p.152). Use the talk stems to help you.

We need to work together as a team and you play a role in this. Please be a responsible citizen and show RESPECT for others and the community in which we spend our days.

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