Science: Collaboration with Exxon Mobil and Senja
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As part Greenridge Secondary School’s effort to support environmental conservation efforts, the Science department collaborated with Exxon Mobil’s ‘Endangered Species and Conservation Programme’. This programme enabled our students to apply their learning from their Science lessons to real world contexts.
Earth Day at Senja Square
To create awareness and build on their communication skills Greenridgeans shared on the knowledge gained from their learning with Exxon Mobil, our students shared with residents in their community on the importance of protecting our Earth.
The event, Earth Day @ Senja square, hoped to raise awareness on how human activities impacts our planet. Students also delivered important messages on recycling and environmental conservation to the residents in the Zhenghua area.
Our Greenridgeans set up a booth together with the event partners - NEA, Sembwaste and Northwest CDC - to promote recycling and reducing waste as well as encouraging green homes. The booth activities included publicity videos, e-posters, interactive games, a mascot and informational exhibitions.
Students preparing for their exhibition at the community
A group picture with the team, their mascot and Grassroots Advisor Mr Liang Eng Hwa
Our students were awarded a ‘Certificate of Completion for Endangered Species and Conservation Programme’ by Exxon mobil, and a ‘Certificate of Appreciation from Zhenghua-Senja resident's corner for Earth Day’ for their efforts.