E-Verve’s recent visit to St.Julie Primary School, Eccleston covered by local newspaper St. Helens Star.
Team E-Verve attended St.Julie Primary School, Eccleston during the Summer term as part of St. Helens Chamber’s Learning to Work Programme x Electric Futures sessions.
The Electric Futures sessions are designed as an engaging way for Primary School Children to think about the planet, green energy, as well as the range of employment opportunities available to them.
Looking to explore key growth employment sectors, the session aims to raise awareness of key issues our planet faces today with tomorrow’s generation – highlighting how our health and the health of our planet are intrinsically linked.
Topics that were discussed were fossil fuels, air pollution, green energy, and an overview of how we can make better choices for the future of our planet and our health.
Team E-Verve Directors Jordan Greenan, Craig Burkes and Jennifer Greenan visited St. Julie Catholic Primary School as part of the programme to deliver hands on experience of Electric Vehicles including a EV Charging demonstration.
Mrs Clayton, Year 6 teacher at the school in Eccleston said: “All of the sessions have been engaging and extremely beneficial for the children in Year 6. Each session has provided the children with practical ideas and advice to help them in the future – as well as being great fun!
“The Learning to Work programme is a great way of bridging the gap between education and employment. I wish that we had the opportunity to take part in a similar scheme when I was at primary school.”
Read more about E-Verve in St.Helens Star local newspaper in the full article: Year 6 Pupils prepared for the future after green energy activity day
E-Verve Energy is based in St. Helens, Merseyside and provides electric vehicle charging solutions across the North West, Wales, and South West regions. With over 20 years’ experience in the electrical industry were here to help you: take charge of your electric journey!