Green school launches cutting-edge biodome

By Michael Upton | 14/07/2017

Green school launches cutting-edge biodome
The Mayor of Rotherham Cllr Eve Rose Keenan is seen with the school's science co-ordinator Neil Pacheco and pupils (from left to right): Felicity Dungworth, Laura Kedziak and Ben Histon. 171074-1

DOME is where the heart is for an eco-friendly school which has launched its own cutting edge growing facility.

Thanks to funding from Awards for All, the parish council and community leadership funding, Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School have installed a biodome in the school grounds. 

The Mayor of Rotherham Cllr Eve Rose Keenan officially opened the dome, which is filled with plants donated by Dobbies Garden Centre.


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