Green Initiatives With The Grange Institution

For Every Student Enrolled, A Tree Is Planted!

Gardening Grange Singapore

“Grow With The Grange” is the latest campaign that has taken root as part of The Grange Institution’s Green Granger Initiative. This initiative, in collaboration with technology company Green Steps, is committed to plant a tree named after every student in the school.

Such small but important steps really do make a difference. View the school’s impact map here!

Why do we need trees? Trees play a vital role in our ecosystem by mitigating climate change and creating a healthier environment for ourselves and future generations. By including the local population in forestry efforts, the initiative also creates job opportunities.

Continuing to expand on its award-winning Green Granger initiative, The Grange hopes to help students to have a deeper understanding of environmental issues and solutions through this partnership, which includes both awareness and practical actions.

Through GPS tagging, students can monitor and track the progress of the trees which have been planted, assessing their individual impact in helping to mitigate climate change. This enables students to move beyond knowledge gained from books on environment, allowing them to better understand real-world environmental concerns.

It also brings the school one step closer towards nurturing competent global citizens!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

The Grange Institution's award-winning sustainable initiatives show they take green issues seriously.

Who It's Perfect For:

Kids aged 6 - 12 years.

What Else:​

The Grange is the first school in Singapore to deliver both the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and Cambridge Primary Curriculum.

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