We received over 350 entries for our Clyde in the Classroom competition this year and as always, our work was cut out as we tried to select an overall winner. Pupils were tasked with creating a design for a Clyde River Foundation ecobag based on the idea of ‘Caring for the Clyde’. The selection process saw each of our scientists pick out their own five favourite designs in secret, before we got together as a panel to make the final call.
We are delighted to announce that Lucy James of Bridge of Weir Primary School was the overall winner! In the last week of term we caught up with Lucy and her classmates to deliver the prizes – printed ecobags for everyone in the class and a framed version for display in school. Well done Lucy and thanks to everyone who took part!