Earth Day poems from Years 3 and 4
By: Ahmad Jebeili
By: Saii Vardhni Iyer, Year 3
Earth Day is a special day,
Bringing great awareness
Learn what you can do to help
Show that you’re not careless
Recycling is an easy thing,
Placing items in a special bin
Some things you don’t throw away
Paper, glass and tin
Conserve resources and find new ways
To get you where you are going
Take a walk or ride a bike
Keep air pollution from growing
Don’t forget about Tree Day
Plant a tree that will thrive
Grow a vegetable garden,
Help our Earth remain alive!
By: Ghadi El Hajj, Year 4
By: Amir Moutaib, Year 3
Our Home Earth
The earth is ours to enjoy
For every girl and boy
But we must always be aware
That all its beauty we must share
With all the children yet to come
Who want to play, laugh and run.
We must keep our Earth free
By planting many plants and trees!
We must keep our Earth clean
From messy trash and debris!
We have to try, you’ll see
It starts with you and me!
By: Hamdan Shaikh, Year 3
Mother nature pleaded
However, people greeded
Tons of trash
Caused her to rash
Losing a precious charm
Has brought us harm
The sky was once blue
Now it’s just grey we spew
It is no lie
Or we are going to die
The loss of humanity.
By: Angie Porvian, Year 4
I have a big house called ‘Earth’
It’s a nice place I have heard
There is clean air that comes from trees
There are mountains where it can freeze
There are blue waters
And many colours
That’s why if we work together
Our earth will survive forever.
By: Sanjit Lachhwani, Year 3
Poem of Earth Day
Our Earth is special
There is just one
It gives us water
Soil and sun
People and animals share the land
Let’s all share a ‘helping hand’!
You can save water and plant a tree
Let’s make a better home for you and me
Recycle things, don’t throw away
Stop the pollution of our Earth
And join hands to save the Earth
Make everyday an Earth Day.
On Saturday, 23rd of March 2013, was the School Fair. It was not what I had expected it to be; it was even better. (Rhina Houinato)
Middle School students were eager to express their excitement about the move to the new block of classrooms on the field through the writing of prose and poetry.
Aisha Aminu Sadiq, Sille Knudsen, Patrick Udosen and Dylan Collins are ‘four corners’ of the picture of the first week in their new environment.
Congratulations go out to Andrea El Hajj, Bell Rhina Houinato and Fatoumata Baba Jarjusey
Reception and Year 1 decided to make Stone Soup.
Alumni, Elia Abboud and Amado Carsky visit E.I.S.