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Rap stars at Cappabue National School tackle climate change

Primary students at Cappabue National School in Co. Cork upped their rap game in a brilliant video on climate change and zero-waste.

The fun approach to introducing young ones is uplifting and upbeat and in the rap, the students highlight how it’s actually quite easy to make little changes towards sustainable living.

‘So proud of my grandchildren and the positive intention that all these children have put into this – the pride of being part of this production will help to build their sense of responsibility and who knows where that will lead when they become adults?’ writes Annie King under the video.

Titled ‘One Small Change,’ we can’t help but feel inspired!

Cappabue National School is a mixed, two-teacher school nestled at the foot of the Shehy Mountains near Bantry, Co. Cork. Well done to everyone involved!

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I'm a freelance content creator and a journalist who has a strong desire to do as much as possible in the time I've got left on this planet. I got a taste for storytelling when I interned in Storyful many moons ago and since then have worked for places like WorldIrish (now Irish Central), Her.ie and Lonely Planet. I am constantly curious.

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