Food Waste Project: Protect The Environment From The Smallest Things!
It is estimated that each year, up to 100 million tons of food waste is generated from the processing industry worldwide, and the journey to overcome this is a long and multi-faceted aspect that requires us to be aware of responsibility, patience and commitment to take appropriate and timely actions to save the environment.
UTS-ers in Grade 7 have implemented a food waste project which they dedicatedly researched the situation of food waste in the world and Vietnam. Not only that, they also interviewed friends and teachers to gather multi-dimensional views on this issue. At the end of the project, the children demonstrated their reporting skill when making a complete presentation to the whole class about what they had learned and came up with solutions.
UTS-ers also spread strong messages on this topic by drawing posters calling for people to sign and promise not to waste food. Take practical action as part of our commitment to the food waste problem. UTS hopes that building learning projects related to environmental issues will help students improve their responsibility towards society and the world around them, thereby forming portraits of global citizens.
Let's take a look the memorable moments in this project!