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Today, the United Nations Association Greater Lincolnshire presented the Trojan Mouse Award to our Design Technology & Engineering department.

Our work has been recognised to be contributing to the UN’s 17 sustainability development goals (SDG) through the work we have embedded into our curriculum.  Year 10 Engineering students, Ethan and Hayden, represented the school very well in an interview to be shared by the UNA Greater Lincolnshire on their website and beyond. 

We are committed to fostering eco-consciousness through the organisation of community and beach cleanups. The waste collected by our students, particularly plastic, is recycled and repurposed into lightweight body panels for their electric cars and other projects within the DT & Engineering curriculum. These cars will undergo scientific testing on our innovative test track made from recycled plastic tarmac, exemplifying sustainability in action.

Our students are not merely learning about the Sustainable Development Goals; they are living them. Join us in driving forward a cleaner, greener future, one clean-up at a time!

Thank you to Clive Wilson, Chair of the UNA-Greater Lincolnshire, who champions the progress we make in our endeavours to educate future generations for a sustainable future.