Kelly Tolhurst MP Visits Cedar Children’s Academy

Kelly Tolhurst MP Visits Cedar Children’s Academy

Cedar Children’s Academy had the pleasure of welcoming their local MP, Kelly Tolhurst, to the school recently to meet Year 5 pupils Benjamin and Mitchell.

Year 5 took part in a local poster competition last year run by Litter Angels, a charity which aims to increase awareness of littering and help to maintain a greener, cleaner environment for all. There were hundreds of entries across Medway, but the winner and runner-up were both pupils at Cedar! Benjamin designed the winning poster, and was awarded with his design on a printed mug, along with £50 for himself and £100 for the school.
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It was excellent to see children at Cedar engaging in the competition, and thinking about how they can work together to protect our environment and develop the school’s green strategy.

Claire McNally, Head Teacher at Cedar Children’s Academy, said, “We are so proud of our Year 5 pupils for entering Litter Angels’ competition, and of Benjamin and Mitchell for their winning poster designs. Litter Angels’ competition helped raise awareness of littering and maintaining a green, clean environment on our school site and beyond, and it was great to see our children engaging with this message. Thank you to our local MP, Kelly Tolhurst, for visiting our school and celebrating the children’s achievement with us; it was brilliant to welcome Kelly to the Cedar community.”

Thank you to Kelly Tolhurst for visiting the children and celebrating this excellent achievement with them, and congratulations to Benjamin and Mitchell for this amazing achievement. We are very proud!