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Planet Protectors



Welcome to the Planet Protectors page!


The Planet Protectors are the Eco council for Rimrose Hope School. It is made up of children who have shown an interest in our environment and how we can help it. Each class in KS1, KS2 and Rose class has a representative, with an additional Y5/6 representative who provides feedback to EYFS. After each meeting the Planet Protectors inform their class of any information necessary at the time.

Our Planet Protector ideas stem mainly from the children as they have a great passion for saving our local environment and the wider world. We have some project ideas lined up for the year and hope to encourage more children in our school to protect the planet and value the world as we do.

We have just completed a beach clean at Crosby Beach. We found lots of things that shouldn't be there. Milk bottles, bottle tops, lollipop sticks, a spoon and hundreds of pieces of small broken down plastics. These can be so dangerous to creatures so we made sure we picked up as many as possible.



Some pictures of our beach clean

Planet Protectors Prepare Pudding!

The Planet Protectors worked hard to make a delicious crumble. All of the children loved eating the crumble as part of their lunch! 

Clothing Collection

The children have been raising awareness of recycling unwanted clothing. After delivering an assembly, the children set to work collecting unwanted clothing for recycling. So far, the children have raised over £50 and have plans to use the money to improve our green spaces around school. 

Crisp Packet Collection

The Planet Protectors delivered yet another poignant assembly about plastics and the importance of recycling. The children decided to hold a competition to see which year phase could recycle the most crisp packets. 

Sealift Visit


 Planet Protectors found out all about how to protect our oceans and will share our knowledge in an assembly.