The Big Battery Hunt Westwood have joined over

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The Big Battery Hunt Westwood have joined over 1, 800 schools already participating in

The Big Battery Hunt Westwood have joined over 1, 800 schools already participating in one of the largest recycling challenges in the UK with the Big Battery Hunt, and help us to make a difference to recycling behaviour for generations to come. So what is the Big battery Hunt? Look out for batteries around your home and when they have run out of power, instead of throwing them in the bin bring them into school or collect them in your collection box. With your help we are hoping to encourage over half a million children to learn the importance of recycling batteries and they could even win some great prizes, for example Duracell Bunnies & i-Pads!

 • Westwood will be entered into a draw for prizes including; • 1

• Westwood will be entered into a draw for prizes including; • 1 -year My Maths subscriptions for schools, a fullypaid educational trip to the sustainability centre, thousands of pounds worth of school equipment, i. Pads for winning pupils, and Duracell Bunnies for selected runners up. • Collection boxes with fun activities and facts for all participating pupils. • A recycling container for all registered schools. Once full, the batteries will be collected free of charge. • Foundation Phase - bring in your batteries and pop them into our container in the foyer. If you have been given a box, pop them in there and bring them into class. • Juniors - collect your batteries at home and bring in your full box. We will count them up and tally your efforts. Ask your teachers for your collection box to put them in! • All batteries to be in by April 20 th- Good luck!

Thank you for being part of our Eco Revolution

Thank you for being part of our Eco Revolution