Sunday, 25 October, 2020

Energy Awareness Statement and Activities

Our school is dedicated to implementing energy efficient practices, recognising that this is essential to provide a leading example to our pupils and the wider community.
We are committed to the following:
• Setting annual energy savings targets
• Continual improvement in reducing our energy usage
• Complying with all energy and other legislation
• Minimising the impact that our energy use has on the environment
• Communication of our energy statement and energy programme to all staff, students and parents
• Ensuring suppliers and contractors are aware of our energy practice

We reviewed our Energy Awareness Footprint and Statement in the Academic year 2016/2017 and have continued to work and be mindful of our energy awareness and compliance to date.
Work still continues in the Academic year 2018/2019. An Poster Competition was held for Form 1 Students, sponsored by Ms. Wright. The standard of entry was extremely high and there were novel and creative items transparent in the posters. All posters will be displayed in the school over the coming months.

1C winners: with Ms Glynn and Ms Wright: Andrew McAdam, Hannah Potts & Sarah Taylor April 2019.

1M winners with Ms Wright: Overall winner Lisa Waddell, with Rebekah Moore, Alexandra Kendrick & Rebekah Hill April 2019

Archive news & photos:

Shabra Plastics Castleblaney

McElvaney Waste & Recycling

Composting demonstration

The ‘Green Team’ Committee of pupils including Student Council representatives and Energy conscientious pupils worked together over the past few weeks to successfully put together an energy awareness week to capture the minds of all the students (2016/2017)

Winners of the art competition were: Sarah Potts, Amy Lamb and Molly McDonald.

Ms Wright with Molly and Amy who were joint second in the post competition Energy Awareness Week 2017

Sarah Potts with Ms Wright.
Sarah won 1st Prize in the Energy Awareness Poster competition 2017.

Matther Waller Head boy shows the winning entry into the competition.

Some of competition entries 2017

Fifth year representatives of the committee gave a power point presentation to the Board of Management on the 22nd May 2017 and the Chairperson of the Board Rev. McNie higly commended the pupils for their efforts.

Lauren Allister, Student Council rep. presents each of the Board of Management with a recyclable shopping bag.

The Board and Green Committee thank Eric Clarke, Caretaker for all his hard work with managing energy efficiency in the school.