schoolchildren have taken it upon themselves to help clear up and pick up litter where they live.
Each week, Year 8/9 pupils from Wallingford School go out to tidy up and have built their own composter, pictured above.
On Wednesday morning, they visited Westgate House care home to carry on the good work.
A spokesperson from the school said: “The community projects scheme offers a pivotal link between students and the community. Over the past few years, there have been significant benefits for all parties involved in this initiative.
“Not only has the community been able to visually acknowledge the support and help of the Wallingford School students but the students themselves have extended their skills outside of the classroom while taking great responsibility and gaining pride in their environment.”