Sixth Formers at the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, near Radlett, have helped secure the prestigious Green Flag Award for dedication to conserving the environment.
At a time where tackling climate change has become more vital than ever, the school strongly believes that as individuals, everyone has an important part to play in rehabilitating ecosystems.
The school is taking a three-pronged approach towards this journey: awareness, proposal and action.
Through student-led assemblies, pupils have raised awareness about water scarcity, plastic pollution and the impacts of climate change on children across the globe.
Within the student body, Habs has a group of 10 pupils which form the School’s ‘Eco-Committee’.
The school was proud to be recently awarded the highest of honours, the Green Flag Award, for dedication to conserving the environment.
Mr Gus Lock, headmaster, said: “I am delighted that our pupils have helped the school to achieve the Green Flag Award. Our Eco-Committee have done so much to champion crucial environmental issues. They have had a real impact within our school community, raising awareness and driving change.”
The school gave their congratulations to all at Habs Boys for the achievement, with particular thanks to Gabriel, Akash and Ishaan in the Sixth Form (pictured).