Hi there! Welcome to the Reduce, Reuse and Recycle webpage for
children and students in Northumberland. On this page you will find
colouring in sheets, a waste/recycling picture library and links to
games on recycling and composting, as well as much more!
Colouring in sheets
Look what can be made from the things that we throw away!
Children at Hexham East First School made this fantastic football
mascot at the time of the 2006 World Cup. Maybe you could make
something in school or at home by reusing things that are often
thrown away. See the hair, it's made from nets that you buy
oranges in, the wheels are made from old PE hoola hoops and
plastic bottles with the World Cup flags on. The arms and legs
are made from tights stuffed with newspaper.
Would you like to send in a picture of something that
you have made at school or at home from recycled
Why not let your teacher know about this webpage and perhaps
your class could make something from reused and recycled items?
Maybe you would like to send in some pictures of the things
that you have made and let us know how you made them.
You never know, your picture might be added to our
Why not have a look at the picture library we have
created? This might give you some ideas of things that you
could make or recycling projects that you could do at school.
Have you ever thought about how you could set up a
recycling or composting project in school?
What can I recycle at home?
Here's our recycling leaflet- Please click
on the leaflet picture to open it.
What happens to our rubbish?
Have you ever thought what might happen to your
magazine or comic after it goes into the recycling
Watch what happens to your paper, card, plastic bottles
and cans in this 5 minute clip
for a poster on recycling plastic bottles.
for a poster on recycling cans.
for a poster on recycling paper.
British Glass recycling loop
click here to see the recycling loop for glass bottles and
jars from British Glass
click here for more information from British Glass
More useful websites
Envision supports a key age-group, 16-19 year olds in schools
and colleges, to develop their own social and environmental