‘Most Improved School - Eco Challenge’ Success!

Congratulations to Grosvenor which has, for the first time, achieved victory in Translink's prestigious ‘Most Improved School - Eco Challenge’. 

During May, pupils in Grosvenor’s Year Eight swapped the car and bus for walking and riding to School; this significantly reduced carbon emissions and led to a more eco-friendly journey both to and from School. 

Year Eight pupils Joshua Craig, Joshua Ness, Ben Bryson, Alix Loat, Rebecca Lennox, Ivan Cheung and Megan Ashfield delivered a presentation at an event held in Laganside Bus Station on Wednesday 13th June and received the first prize award which included £150, to be invested in an eco-initiative within School, as well as a return coach trip for fifty pupils to anywhere in Northern Ireland. 

Pupils spoke eloquently and were commended by Translink for the high standard of their presentation. Well done to each of them for their part in helping the School to such success, as well as Vice Princiapl Mr Brunt who organised and coordinated their involvement within the project throughout.

We look forward to reading more about the School’s environmental-related endeavors throughout the academic year 2018-2019. 

Grosvenor Year Eight pupil Megan Ashfield delivers the School's presentation at Translink's 'Most Improved School - Eco Challenge' event, held at Laganside Bus Station on Wednesday 13th June.