Join the Battle in Making our World a Greener Place!
This is where we live; a small step to save the earth is in our hands, so let us do one small thing today. At St Theresa, our ambition is to achieve the highest waste reduction, recycling, and reuse goals within the campus through innovation and creativity, and efficient programs that improves school social vitality and environmental sustainability.
We invite you to be a part of our efforts to promote environmental health and safety by restoring waste materials, re-using waste products and conducting awareness through health education in order to protect and enhance the environment all year round.
Put your creative skills to the ultimate test by joining our competition on 8th August 2016 & 10th August 2016, where you can showcase your creative ideas for converting everyday trash into useful items. Prizes shall be awarded to those who produce the most innovative / creative works.
The programme is as follows:
|MONDAY||Pre-launching of the project|
|8:30||Start of Exhibit|
– Art ( Paper mache, art bottle)
– Creative Recycle Bin
|3:00 – 3:30||Registration|
|3:30 – 3:35||Opening Remarks Dr. Piyada Wattanasan|
|Introduce the Judges and Reading of the criteria|
|3:35- 3:40||Intermission Number|
|3:40 -3:55||Oral defense for Collage Making Contest|
( Group 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)
|3:55- 4:15||Oral Defense for Poster Making Contest|
(Group 1, 2, 3,4,5,6,7)
|4:15- 4:18||Intermission Number|
|4:18 – 4:28||Announcement of winners|
|4:28 – 4:30||Closing Remarks|
The objectives of the competition are:
- To conduct a collage making contest represented by each faculty with the theme “Health and Environmental Sustainability through reducing, reusing and recycling”
- To create an art exhibit using recyclable materials.
- To provide awareness to the students about the benefits of reducing, reusing and recycling.
- To encourage proper waste disposal all year round by collecting reusable materials per Faculty.
For more details on how you can participate, please visit the student affairs office now.