Rosehall kids have say in eco campaign
ROSEHALL primary pupils took part in the national climate challenge school protests.
The 10 children, from P1 to P7, are currently learning about making Scotland a better place to live.
While they did not strike like children from larger schools, as part of their project work they downed pencils and tablets to make posters to encourage drivers passing the school to make changes to their life styles. One parent drove his electric van to school to show the children greener options.
Drivers were surprised but delighted to find the children at the gateway to their school protesting about climate change issues and a number of drivers stopped to find out the children's thinking. The protests were inspired by research on Greta Thunberg, a pupil in Sweden with a passion for change.