Nicole Sciberras (St.Francis Secondary School Sliema)
I will continue to use less paper and saving more water and electricity.
Lelio Spiteri (Gozo College Rabat Primary - The Happy School)
I dedicated my daily video clip uploaded on the school’s Facebook page to Earth Day 2020 and gave practical examples to students to help our Earth be a better place for you and for me.
Logan Poyntz (Gozo College Victoria Primary School)
The Earth Needs our love. Little steps in the right directions add up to big ones. We don’t have another! I promise I will turn the water off when I brush my teeth and turn off the lights when I leave my room.
Ramona Mercieca (Gozo College Middle School)
My pledge on Earth Day is to continue doing my best to instil in my students, friends and relatives a love for nature. I will start a vegetable corner at home, avoid using the car for short travel and reduce meat consumption. Let’s make everyday Earth Day!!
Neeve Mejlaq (The Happy School Gozo College Rabat Primary)
I promise to keep our planet Earth clean. I will not litter and I am going to turn off the lights when I leave my room. Also I will remind my mother to bring a reusable bag every time we go shopping.
J. Jesse Mercieca – Eco-Schools (Rabat Primary School, Gozo)
I pledge to help the earth and cut down my electrical use and printing on paper
Saviour Joseph Vella (Gozo College Middle School)
My pledge is to always care for wildlife and their habitats especially marine life, by minimizing the use of plastics, always picking up plastic on beaches and creating an awareness on how human action affects the environment.
Eko Skola St Dorothy’s Sliema (St Dorothy's Primary School Sliema)
The Members of EkoSkola Committee pledge:
– to use less plastic products (for example, we can use food wraps covered in beeswax rather than Cling-film);
– to walk or use a bicycle rather than a car;
– to raise awareness as a community;
– to reuse, reduce and recycle.
Mariah Cauchi (Happy School Rabat Primary)
To remember to turn off the light after I leave a room.
Elena Azzopardi (Happy school victoria primary school)
Audrey Micallef (Gozo College Middle School)
My pledge to care for the earth is that I will try to avoid using single-use plastics as much as possible. This is due to the fact that plastic causes problems for us all – humans, animals and our planet Earth. I will also separate waste to avoid filling our landfills.
Cut used sheets of paper in four turn over and keep by the phone to take notes.. also for kids to draw on..
use a large hand bag for groceries… buy products in paper containers…
put coffee and tea grounds in garden …start a compost pile in garden
and do not throw away containers….leave a container of water and some food outside for stray cats and dogs..
Isaac Buttigieg (Victoria Primary School)
I will do my best to take care of Earth.
Marta Magro (The Happy School Victoria Gozo)
I PROMISE TO KEEP THE EARTH VERY CLEAN, NO TRASH ON THE FLOOR, TAKE CARE OF ANIMALS AND GROW MORE PLANTS, FLOWERS AND WATER TREES FOR A HEALTHIER LIFE.
Warren Cauchi (Happy school Rabat Primary)
I pledge to keep the neighbourhood clean of any plastic and dangerous things that can come to animals. Also, to use less plastic and help to make the world greener with plants.
Lara and Lisa Giordmaina (Qormi San Gorg Primary School, St Ignatius College)
We are members of our school’s EkoSkola committee and together with our family we promise that:
We will continue using less plastic, to reuse, reduce, refuse and recycle.
We will continue separating our waste.
We will continue saving water and electricity.
We will continue reducing the use of paper and wherever possible use both sides.
We will continue planting and growing trees.
We will continue keeping our sea, our country, our village and our school tidy.
We encourage others to do the same!
Kyron (St Margaret School Primary B Zabbar)
use less plastic,
take our own containers to the supermarket to re-fill and
never litter outside on the floor.
Klementa Abela (Saint Benedict College, Middle School Kirkop)
My brother and I together with my parents will also pray for people in need because of what is happening at the moment in the world. Stay inside. Stay safe. Be happy and stay motivated.
Jean Karl Grech (Mosta Primary B)
We created a hashtag which will be used by students, parents and staff who participate in the Earth Hour initiative. The children have been given a set of activities they can do at home , including colouring a poster on the tablet. They will share a photo of this once the hour passes, online with the hashtag #LightsOUTMostaB. We also passed on the message that this initiative should guide us to helping out with climate change every day.
Sam Cuschieri (St Ignatius College, Qormi St George's Primary)
In the meantime, weather permits, we will be doing some planting and reading Frollu jmur il-Buskett!!! Stay safe, Stay inside.
Lorna Darmanin (St Benedict College Middle School Kirkop)
We promise to switch off the lights for one hour between 8.30 and 9.30 pm. Although locked in our homes we are keeping our hearts open towards our Earth <3
Florian Mizzi Vella (Qormi San Gorg St. Ignatius College)
I promise not only to switch the light for one hour but to take care of the environment all my life by reducing, re-using and recycling, planting and taking care of trees and protecting all animals and wildlife.
Jack Falzon Gatt (St. Ignatius College - Qormi San Gorg)
I promise to switch off the light for one hour on Saturday 28th March 2020 from 8.30 to 9.30.
Due to the current situation, Laura Vicuna School, Għasri, Gozo sent email to 285 parents/guardians and staff informing them about the collaborative Earth Hour initiative.
We, Francesca, Mariella & Miriam, (supervisors of the EkoSkola Committee) are all doing this activity as well on Sunday from 8:30pm till 9:30pm where we will avoid the usage of electricity.
Marika Camilleri (San lawrenz Primary School)
Emma Sara Onodi (San Lawrenz Primary,Gozo)
We will switch the lights and sit aroumd the candles to talk about our dreams and hopes.
St Francis School, Victoria – Ms Stephanie Mercieca
For Earth Hour at school we switched off all the lights, interactive whiteboards and computers for one hour.On the day we took meter readings and compared to consumption to that of other ‘normal’ days and found that we managed to use 13% less electricity!
St Ignatius College, Żebbuġ Primary – Claire Bezzina
Students and staff at school will take notice of all the lights switched on in rooms where no lessons are being held. Lights will be obviously switched off.
Every student will take the pledge to consume less electricity and water. Morning assemblies will make all the staff and students aware of the necessity to take more care of our planet.
St Edward’s College – Samantha Abela
EkoSkola President, St Edward’s College
The Members of the EkoSkola Committee are all doing this activity as well on Sunday from 8:30pm till 9:30pm.
Mellieħa Primary – Max Vella
St. Benedict College, Qrendi Primary – Charlene Bugeja
I promise to switch off the light for one hour and more on Earth Hour.
Next Friday we will switch off all the lights too . :-)
St. Benedict College, Għaxaq Primary – M’Doris Zammit
We will switch off the boards and discuss good practices on how to save electricity. We can also go outdoors e.g. the school yard and have other activities – or simply enjoy a good book/story telling session in the school gardens.
St Joseph School Senior Section – Sarah Vassallo
Each student in school will take a pledge to consume less electricity and water in individual ways and pin this pledge on a the Eko-Skola notice board.