Royal Institute of Town Planning CompetitionPosted on: 20th January 2020
Geography students at Goffs-Churchgate Academy have been very successful in a National Geography based competition. The students where entered in the Royal Institute of Town Planning, World Town Planning Day Competition. Students where challenged to come up with creative and sustainable ideas to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions, or adapt to the impacts of climate change by making three recommendations to Town Planners about Cheshunt in 2030.
Louis Smithies (Year 8) won the Best Poster Category, with the following runners up; Erin Walsh (Year 7) for Most Creative Idea; Giacomo Resteghini (Year 7) & Stanley Parish (Year 7) for Best Report/Essay; and Scarlett Barnes (Year 8) for Most Sustainable Idea. Each prize-winner, will receive a certificate signed by the president of the Royal Institute, an Amazon token, and Geography resources. Also any other pupils that entered competition will receive a commended certificate..