Key stage two children at Saighton Primary School were invited into Chester’s Dee 106.3 studios to record Eco messages for broadcast on the air across the network.
The school carried out the project as part of their work on sustainability and Eco Schools Bronze Award status.
Children wrote their own 'fascinating Eco-facts' to appeal to listeners, each with just 30 seconds to get their message across.
Headteacher Mavis Sellers said: “There is such a buzz of excitement here, as you might imagine! Listeners across Chester are going to be hear the messages for the next three months, which is fantastic for the school - and hopefully for the environment.”
BLOB A video of Saighton Primary pupils recording their messages can be found on our website: www.chesterchronicle.co.uk.
ECO MESSAGE: Joe Well, 10, from Saighton Primary School records his eco message at Dee 106.3 ready for broadcast on the station over the next few months.
ON THE AIR: Saighton Primary School pupils arrive at Dee 106.3 ready to record their eco messages for broadcast on the station over the next few months.