More than 700 primary schools and 100,000 students from across the UK, have collected and transformed 90,000 plastic bottle tops into stunning life-sized sculptures.
The overwhelming response to a national recycling campaign, saw pupils save tens of thousands of plastic bottle tops from reaching landfill and demonstrated their passion for the planet, through heartfelt poems, letters and murals about endangered wildlife and their habitats.
From a giant jellyfish to a tortured turtle, the artwork has been impressive and truly highlights the plight of endangered animals, due to plastic waste being leaked into the environment.
Children aged 6 and 7 years old at Mousehold Infant & Nursery in Norwich, built a masterpiece for their school wall using recycled plastic to depict the beauty of the ocean.
Sidestrand Hall School in Cromer constructed a stunning sea sculpture named ‘Riding the Wave of Hope’ which portrays a unique...