Thomas Buxton Primary School joined in with millions of people from around the world today to march for urgent action on climate change reforms.
Each class created a placard in support of “climate justice” after spending the week learning about climate change and the ways to reduce the carbon footprint at school and at home.
Children from years 1 to 6 were all part of the march, chanting save our planet, save our earth, save our seas. They look after you, they look after me!
The march ended in the school playground where motivational speeches led by some of the school’s 24 Eco-Ambassadors took place.
World leaders will meet at the United Nations next week to discuss climate change.