Coinciding with the celebration of Outdoor Classroom Day, the British International School located in Mos joined Eco Schools' Global Schools Action Day, celebrated on the 3rd of November all over the world.
Coinciding with the celebration of Outdoor Classroom Day, the British International School located in Mos (Pontevedra) joined Eco Schools' Global Schools Action Day, celebrated on the 3rd of November all over the world. During the school day, the Infant and Primary students of O Castro British International School joined the longest relay race ever held in the name of climate action.
We are talking about the Running Out of Time, a relay race that started last 30th September from Glasgow, venue of COP26, heading to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, venue of the world climate summit and where the baton is expected to arrive on 6th November, on the eve of the start of COP27. An extraordinary relay race supported by the Eco Schools programme of which O Castro British International School is a member, which will cover 7,767 km in 38 days. The aim is for 1 million young people to participate in Running Out of Time and make their voices heard at COP27.
The students of O Castro joined this initiative in the distance, organising their own relay race against climate change, in which all Infant and Primary students took part, with a clear message: get active for the climate and for the planet. Running together as a team, children and teachers, like many other people around the world to call for climate education for all, highlighting the importance of all of us taking care of the environment, as every little action counts.