CHILDREN dressed in vibrant blue and green to show their support for environmental conservation.

Pupils at Peover Superior Primary held a special celebration to mark Earth Day.

A tree was planted and each child donated £1 towards the cost of buying plants and trees to make the school and village greener and more sustainable.

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Principal Joanne Munro said: “Earth Day served as a perfect platform to showcase our continuous efforts.

“This year, our school has placed a significant focus on sustainability and biodiversity.

Knutsford Guardian: Children celebrate Earth DayChildren celebrate Earth Day (Image: Peover Superior Primary School)

“The tree planting ceremony at the school symbolises our ongoing efforts and our commitment to ensuring a greener, healthier future for generations to come.

“We are proud to be leading the way towards a more sustainable and environmentally conscious community.”

Cheshire East Cllr Anthony Harrison and Steve Wheeldon, Aspire Education Trust assistant chief executive officer pledged their support for the children’s green initiative.