• Environmental Club

    Environmental Club
     
     
     

    Our Objectives:

    To raise awareness among students and educate the community on the importance of sustainablility.
    To instill a sense of responsibility for the environment and a personal commitment to protect and preserve the environment.
    To educate and cultivate an appreciation and interest in the environment.

    Who:

    The Environment club is a voluntary group of students and teachers which promotes participation of students in learning about and working towards the conservation and sustainability of their environment.

    How:

    By participating in local clean up efforts, developing creative approaches aimed at raising awareness for environmental issues, and providing opportunities for others to become involved in sustainability efforts.

    What:

    Allen High School Environment Club enable members to actively lead and participate in the environmental activities and take personal action to contribute to climate change mitigation. The Club members are trained to become youth leaders who connect through formal efforts with other schools and external organizations to create awareness about the environmental related issues threatening the cleanliness of water bodies, existence of biodiversity and earth’s natural resources by converting waste that would usually be disposed of in landfill and incineration facilities and is diverted for recycling.

    We believe that engaging and participation of students in environmental workshops, scientific inquiry projects, geographical investigations, learning journeys, school and community outreach as well partnerships with external organisations in environmental conservation and protection will help students to lead, identify and solve environmental problems. 

    As a member of the club, the environmental ambassadors lead the environmental activities and events in school, identify and implement values-based environmental programmes within their school and community, form part of the network to share and communicate their environmental activities and ideas.    

     

    To Learn more

    Visit Mrs. Hollis is Room A221