The annual World Oceans Day event took place on the annual event on 8 June 2022 to look at this year’s theme “Revitalization: collective action for the ocean.”
We’ve chosen a handful of our favourite tweets to highlight how schools have celebrated World Ocean Day.
Take a look at how schools have marked World Ocean Day. Schools have celebrated in their unique ways, including artwork, projects, presentations, a treasure island and more!
It’s hard not to despair when presented with the hard facts about ocean pollution on #WorldOceansDay. But if each person takes responsibility, change will come! An informative talk today from an @ArborDubai community member to offer another way to live more sustainability. pic.twitter.com/nDz02faAic— Principal | The Arbor School (@ArborPrincipal) June 8, 2022
World Oceans Day was a huge success this week. We absolutely loved learning about our beautiful oceans and how we can help to protect them. I can’t wait to see our sustainability ambassadors at work…watch this space! #WorldOceanDay pic.twitter.com/qN2jaTRdH1— Orston Primary (@OrstonPrimary) June 10, 2022
Ahoy from Reception! 🌴🏴☠️ We have been busy creating our very own treasure island, complete with pirates, treasure chest, X marks the spot and lots of sea creatures. We all got a collaboration sticker for working well as a team. #eyfs #WorldOceanDay 🐙🦐🐬🐟🐠🦀 pic.twitter.com/fwkcUDC5Ed— Bishopsgate School Lower (@BGS_LowerSch) June 10, 2022
#Y6 explored oil spills and different ways to protect our ocean #Geography #WorldOceansDay pic.twitter.com/x2w5M9DsMi— St Mary's School (@StMaryB17) June 10, 2022
#WHPSClass7 have designed a poster for World Environment and World Ocean Day! Then, we designed and created a space buggy. Watch this space... #WHPSDT #WHPSScience #WorldOceanDay #WorldEnvironmentDay #OnlyOneEarth pic.twitter.com/er4fH4JJnD— West Heath Primary (@westheathprim) June 10, 2022
World Ocean Day 2022! The children were shocked to discover that lots rubbish ends up in the sea. They generate great ideas about how to promote WOD and about humans should do with their rubbish! #EthicalEfàn @EAS_EarlyYears pic.twitter.com/GRgc7aRpHC— Nursery (@nursery_hps) June 10, 2022
Wednesday was ’World Ocean Day’ and Snowdrops enjoyed learning about why it is so important to keep our oceans clean. We made turtles, rescued sea creatures from an ice burg and sorted our rubbish and recycling, looking at which materials they were made from. #snowdrops #sflt pic.twitter.com/BzC0TzTO0t— Warren Wood Academy (@WWoodAcademy) June 10, 2022
Class 6’s informative posters on World Ocean Day 👏🏼🌊🐳🐙🐠🐟🐬🦀🎣 pic.twitter.com/GDvXfyiAgL— Bolton Brow Academy (@Proud2bBrow) June 9, 2022
For #worldoceanday Moonstone created posters about the importance of using our toilets correctly and keeping our oceans plastic free! We are going to display these in the school toilets to teach the children. pic.twitter.com/7XYLFWWTcs— Brookfield Primary (@BrookfieldSM3) June 10, 2022