Our School is celebrating the award of a grant from the European Union under the EU budget, this grant is funded as part of the EU’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic (REACT-EU), to offset the extra energy costs of natural gas and/or electricity for SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) and the self-employed, especially affected by the increase in natural gas and electricity prices caused by the impact of Russia’s aggression war against Ukraine.

From the School we support and promote sustainability and carbon footprint 0 through the ECO Student Committee led by the pupils of the School suggesting improvements that reduce the consumption of electricity, plastic, recycling ….

We have also recently made a large investment in photovoltaic panels that will help us to reduce electricity consumption.​