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  We want the world to be more eco-friendly
Updated 14 April 2004, 10.33
The Hagbourne school web team
The Childnet Awards recognise some of the best sites on the internet created by young people around the world.

In our third special Press Pack report a student from Hagbourne school in Oxfordshire tells us all about their winning website.

"The Hagbourne School web team created this website to help other schools and people at home to be more eco-friendly.

We wanted to share all our eco-experiences with others, so the world will be a much happier place for us all to live in.

Unique school

Hagbourne Primary School is Oxfordshire's only eco-school and felt we should be encouraging other schools by sharing our experiences.

The ecotastic website
The ecotastic website
We hope, after looking at our site, that other schools will want to be an eco-schools too.

This website is full of pictures and advice to be more eco-friendly.

And we hope you will think twice about what you throw away, and how much energy you use.

International survey

Last year our School started an international link with four other countries, Greece, Czech Republic, Spain and Germany.

Along with us they are carrying out an on-going survey on how to conserve energy and protect the environment.

It will take three years to complete.

Making a difference

Each year we will focus on a different task.

Last year was energy saving, this year we are trying to save waste and next year we are saving water.

We think we have produced an informative website and we hope people will start to reuse, recycle and reduce."

Jake, 10, Oxfordshire


Why don't you write us a Press Pack report - and get it published on the site?!

It can be about anything that's happened in your local area - or your views on the news.



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