In the year of its 50th anniversary, St Saviour's Nursery & Infants School in Larkhall, Bath has been chosen as one of 20 schools in the country to join the Solar Schools scheme, with support from the organisation 10:10.

A team consisting of staff and parent volunteers, known as SASSI (Solar at St Saviour's Infants), is now launching a fundraising campaign to cover the cost of installing the panels.  Head teacher Ed Harker commented:

"This year, to celebrate our school's 50th anniversary, we want to create a long-term legacy by launching a project to fit solar panels to the school roof.  We're excited at the prospect of doing our bit for the environment and helping the children understand more about renewable energy, and we’re delighted to be working with the wider 10:10 Solar Schools community."

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