SES Cleans for the Queen
Friday 4th March saw students from across SES participate in the nationwide ‘Clean for the Queen’ initiative.
The idea of the campaign - launched by Country Life magazine in partnership with Keep Britain Tidy- is to clean up Britain in time for The Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations later this year.
Pupils from both Stamford School and Stamford High School went out in the afternoon collecting litter from the streets of Stamford.
Stamford High School Year 8 students collected rubbish behind the School in Burghley Lane. Year 9 cleaned up along Park Lane, Water St and Lumbsy Terrace. Year 10 & 11 went along Wothorpe Rd, Church St, Church Lane and then turned their attentions back up St Martins.
Students in Year 10-Year 13 of Stamford School went out and picked up litter along Ryhall Road, in the Recreation Ground, along St Leonard’s Street and up Conduit Road. Despite setting off in a little trepidation, they enjoyed the experience and were delighted with some of their ‘finds’, which included a filing cabinet and an estate agent’s sign.