Green thumbs up from PM as Catholic school wins eco award
A Catholic school from Maidenhead has been recognised by the Prime Minister for its commitment to clean up the environment at a national awards ceremony in Parliament.
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School in Maidenhead was nominated by Prime Minister Theresa May for the first national ‘Green Heart Hero Awards’.
Representatives from the school travelled to Parliament to attend the awards ceremony on Tuesday, 13th March where they received the award for ‘Greenest School’ in recognition of the school’s environmental work. At the event, they met with the Prime Minister who congratulated them on their efforts.
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Picture: Prime Minister Theresa May with the Green Hero award winners. Elaine Hurrell of St Mary’s is to the PM’s right.Tags: Catholic school, education, Green Heart Hero Award, Green Heart Hero Awards, Maidenhead, parliament, Prime Minister, St Mary’s, St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, St Mary’s Primary School, Theresa May