Worthing Light Festival winners
St Andrew's entered a piece of art called 'Man 'O' Waste' in the 2019 Worthing Light Festival. The exhibition showcased a number of stunning, sustainable art installations that lit up using renewable energy on Worthing’s East Beach last weekend. There were over 35 entries that were judged by Ali Lapper MBE and a panel of experts and we were delighted to be awarded 1st place in our category.
As part of St Andrew's Plastic Pioneer project we are looking at ways to reduce the use of single use plastic in school, raising awareness about the environmental effects single use plastics have and change behaviours whilst at the same time creating stimulating new experiences for our students.
St Andrew’s are building an environmental policy around the three R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle. This will in turn save money and help ensure that any changes the school make have a positive environmental impact, improving the future of our plant and leaving our legacy for future generations to enjoy.
Further information about the sculpture can be seen in the attachment below.