Zap energy saps

Widcombe Infant School, Monday, 08 March 2021
5 Home learning KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4

What you did

During Lockdown, a child in Reception has been exploring ways in which her family can save more electricity at home. She had a chat to her mummy about how they already save electricity and discovered that they already do a lot, like only using the washing machine in off peak times and they never leave plugs switched on over night etc. They try to only use electrical items when some one is around to help prevent a fire risk too. One thing the little girl did realise was that she sometimes leavesĀ  lights on when she leaves a room, so she made a sign to remind herself to switch them off!

Activity description

Make sure you record this activity for each time one of your pupils completes one of these activities at home.

Energy Sparks supports Widcombe Infant School in partnership with Bath and NE Somerset Council, Schools Climate Network, Bath and West Community Energy, and Bath Hacked