Climate cops' lesson captures interest at Cradley Heath school

Andy Baugh and Nicole Richardson, from Npower,  with energy maker Harlie Oliver, aged eight,  and other pupils Harrison Baugh, aged six, Izabelle Powell, aged nine, and Jacob Weston, aged six. (Buy photo 101445M )

Andy Baugh and Nicole Richardson, from Npower, with energy maker Harlie Oliver, aged eight, and other pupils Harrison Baugh, aged six, Izabelle Powell, aged nine, and Jacob Weston, aged six. (Buy photo 101445M )

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CLIMATE cops visited a Cradley Heath school to raise awareness about changing weather patterns and energy saving.

The Npower team staged an interactive day for year four and five pupils at Corngreaves Primary School.

Contests included measuring the energy they created proving their fitness on exercise machines.

Teacher Emma Day said: “It was brilliant. They engaged with the children straight away and it was really interactive. Some said it was the best day at school they’d ever had.”

The team talked about climate change, renewable forms of electricity, saving energy and recycling and the pupils created an oath promising to be energy conscious.

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