Published in the Blackmore Vale Magazine, 14 April 2017
EarthWyz, Hazlegrove’s Festival of Sustainability, was a week jam-packed full of events that have had a huge impact on us as a School. BBC television’s Coast presenter and marine conservationist, Miranda Krestovnikoff, showed us just how dynamic marine life is. She shocked us with graphic accounts of the impact single-use plastics are having on food … More A round-up of our EarthWyz Festival by Mr Farquhar
Year 6 held Tea Parties to raise money for SCANN to help the street children of Nakuru in Kenya. They made sandwiches and baked cakes specially for the event. It was very much enjoyed by everyone and the tea parties raised £836.73.
During the first few weeks of next term, the Upper School will be raising funds for The Teenage Cancer Trust. The super work that this charity does is very close to our hearts at Hazlegrove at this current time, with an ex-pupil benefiting from their support. Some of the activities that are happening include: Collecting Coppers … More Coming soon our Upper School Charity Week
Following ‘EarthWyz’ our Festival of Sustainability, we, the children of Hazlegrove Prep School in Somerset, are horrified by the damage plastic is doing to our environment and we are determined to do something about it. We have launched 5 petitions on Change.Org. Click on these links to support our petitions: Prime Minister of the United … More Hazlegrove launches 5 petitions following our EarthWyz Festival
Some quotes from our speakers, staff and parents: ‘I very much enjoyed my day at Hazlegrove. I hope the rest of the week went well. You must feel very proud of all that was achieved.’ Gyles Morris, Director, Naturesbase Education. ‘I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful EarthWyz week. I so enjoyed the lectures … More Following on from last week …
With thanks to the Baker Brothers who recorded this song with the whole school on the last day of the EarthWyz Festival