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Dedicate A Tree

 

It is becoming all too clear that our planet is our responsibility. We come across situations everyday in which we can help with the preservation of our planet. Already we have seen major shifts in our daily habits to help reverse the impact that we have on our world. This can be seen in the shift from plastic straws or from plastic packaging.

But there are some things that we cannot come away from. The unfortunate by-product from producing exercise books is that trees will need to be chopped down to make the paper. There are a variety of ways to limit this, like recycling or using other raw materials to replace trees, but these are not suitable for mainstream exercise book production. So, it is all our responsibility to ensure that what we take from the planet, we put back.

That’s where we need your help. The National Forest is a new Forest for the nation, being created across 200 square miles of central England. We are pledging to dedicate 100 trees on behalf of our wonderful schools. If you spend £1,000 or more, we will dedicate one of the 100 trees to your school. You will receive a certificate with your name and dedication message to display at your school.
Together we can make a difference and contribute to this fantastic initiative.

For more information on the Dedicate A Tree scheme, please see The National Forest website

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