Alupro, the aluminium packaging recycling organisation, has announced the roll-out of its successful education programme to primary schools across Wales. Classrooms nationwide are invited to participate in the initiative, which aims to educate students about the benefits of recycling.
The manga-themed Key Stage 2 (KS2) programme introduces pupils to heroine ‘Ally Minium’ and her warriors who together embark on a mission to defeat evil ‘Land Phil’, who is threatening to take over the planet. A fun introductory video leads to an exciting interactive lesson with pupils becoming ‘Masters of Infinity’. There’s also a fantastic competition giving pupils the chance of winning a Nintendo Switch Lite and a £250 book voucher for their school.
The education programme has a general recycling theme with a focus on the importance of aluminium packaging recycling. Designed to inspire a long-term commitment to recycling for pupils and parents alike. The free resources can be taught in the classroom or at home.
Rick Hindley, Executive Director at Alupro, commented: “We’re extremely proud to play our part in educating the next generation about the circular properties of aluminium packaging. At Alupro, we thoroughly enjoy working with pupils to increase awareness and encourage behavioural change, which they can take home to their families.”
So far, the English language version of the resources have been downloaded more than 580 times across the UK and Ireland. Rick added: “We’ve been really impressed with the competition entries to date. We’ve now launched a second competition specifically for Schools in Wales and we’re really looking forward to seeing the additional entries and the exciting adventures students create. Good luck to everyone who participates!”
For more information, or to download the educational resources, visit: https://learningaluminium.co.uk/masters-of-inifinity/.