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St Gabriel’s

Students Take Action Against Food Waste & Promote Sustainability

In a proactive effort to address environmental concerns and promote sustainability, students across all year groups recently convened for a Food Committee meeting led by the Head Girls. With a shared commitment to reducing food waste and fostering eco-friendly practices, the meeting served as a platform for constructive dialogue and collaborative problem-solving.

A poignant visual display of discarded food served as a stark reminder of the magnitude of food waste generated within the school community on a weekly basis. Witnessing the tangible impact of their actions, students were motivated to explore innovative solutions and implement tangible measures to curb waste and promote responsible consumption.

Under the guidance of the Head Girls, the meeting delved into various strategies to limit food waste and enhance sustainability within the school environment. From advocating for mindful meal planning to promoting composting and recycling initiatives, students exchanged ideas and shared best practices aimed at fostering a culture of environmental stewardship.

Emphasising the importance of individual and collective responsibility, the Head Girls underscored the transformative power of small actions in effecting meaningful change. By harnessing the collective efforts of the student body, they affirmed their commitment to creating a more sustainable future for generations to come.

As stewards of our planet, our students are dedicated to leading by example and inspiring positive change within their school community and beyond. Through initiatives like the Food Committee meeting, they demonstrate the profound impact that collaboration, awareness, and advocacy can have on addressing environmental challenges.