At BISL, we celebrate Sustainability Day annually. On this day, our students take charge by proposing various initiatives and then implementing them. Their efforts contribute to keeping the school environment clean, reusing many old materials, and promoting a sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle. This hands-on experience not only boosts their environmental awareness but also showcases the power of collective action in fostering a greener future.

Take a look at some other activities from our Sustainability Day this year. We had a bike repair shop, gardening and planting herbs and flowers for bees, upcycling old clothing to make them new and usable again, using used coffee capsules to create room decorations, painting car tires and turning them into playground equipment, and so much more!

Our talented students have been hard at work, transforming used materials into stunning new clothing pieces. Each garment tells a story of innovation and environmental consciousness, proving that fashion can be both trendy and eco-friendly.

Check out their amazing creations and see how they’ve turned pre-loved fabrics into fashion-forward designs.

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Plogging is a form of sport made in Sweden by Erik Ahlström in 2016. It includes picking up trash while jogging. The name comes from the combination of two Swedish words: 'plockning' (plucking) and 'joggning' (jogging). Merging these two words becomes 'plogging'.

Please find more about plogging in the words of our students and how they have included it in our Sustainability Day.