During The last few months of 2011, the children of years 5/6 of Swinemoor Primary School in Beverley, took part in a national competition to draw a picture of “An Eco House of The Future”.
The competition, organised and ran by Vortice Ltd, encompassed schools from as far away as Scotland and the south coast and a prize of £500 was awarded to the eventual winner from a school in Nottingham.
Head Teacher Leon Myers was delighted with the news children from the school had won, Mr Myers told HU17.net
“ Swinemoor Children have done so well in this national competition. I am particularly pleased with the second place won by Jack for his design. Swinemoor Children have to compete and test themselves.”
Peter Watson the Area Business Manager for Vortice UK Ltd said;
“this is an excellent way for Vortice to interact with the children in the community. The Eco Future House element fits well within the Eco Schools part of the schools prospectus.”
“As one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of Ventilation and Heat Recovery units, Vortice believes that it is important that children are educated about the benefits of being eco‐friendly and think that this fun way is an excellent way of developing this eco‐friendly consciousness at a young age”
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