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GOSVENOR GRAMMAR NAMED ‘BEST KEPT’ POST PRIMARY SCHOOL AT BELFAST CITY AIRPORT BEST KEPT AWARDS
August 2019 - The East Side Advertiser
Last Year’s Runner Up, and winners this year, Grosvenor Grammar School was praised for its commitment to the creation of environmentally conscious school community.
Doreen Muskett, President of the Northern Ireland Amenity Council (NIAC) who host the awards, commented:
“The standard of applications continues to rise each year, with a notable amount of schools being placed that have never entered the competition before. Our judges had a tough time choosing the winner!
“Grosvenor Grammar School impressed the judges with their demonstration of school community values and their role in sustainable education.
“The Best Kept School Awards is a great chance for schools to demonstrate their commitment to the environment and sustainability, equip their pupils for with practical skills for the future and show Northern Ireland the tremendous work that happens behind the scenes every day.”
Stephen Patton, CR and HR Manager at Belfast City Airport, presented Grosvenor Grammar School and Knockbreda Nursery School with their prizes at a ceremonious event at Stranmillis University, in Belfast. He commented:
“It was fantastic to see over 120 representatives from local schools and education boards attending the Best Kept Awards today. Congratulations to Grosvenor, Knockbreda and each school that won in its category.
“Belfast City Airport is proud to support the Best Kept Awards for the third year. It plays an important part of our Corporate Responsibility programme, which has helped support over 150 different community groups with nearly half a million pounds.”
The Best Kept School Awards is part of the wider Northern Ireland Best Kept Awards initiative, with the Best Kept Health and Social Care Facility Awards will taking place in September and the Best Kept Towns and Villages announced in October.