Pupils from Newtonhill Primary School have designed posters to promote healthy eating in the offices of two companies.
Falck Nutec and AMEC ran a competition where pupils from Newtonhill designed posters with a positive nutritional and hygienic message, which were displayed within Falck Nutec’s delegate refreshment area.
The winners from each of the three age categories were rewarded with an exclusive supervised tour of Falck Nutec’s Dyce facility, survival pool, helideck training facility, and presented with a book token.
Falck Nutec TMS Unit Manager, Alison Barker, said: “I would like to congratulate the winners of the competition, the standards were very high and selecting winners was a difficult decision.
“The posters, which promote the important message of healthy eating, are taking pride of place in our refreshment areas and will be seen by hundreds of delegates and staff every day.
“We have been working in partnership with AMEC for a number of years and are delighted to contribute to such a worthwhile incentive within the local community.”
Karen Bowes, Learning, Development & Competence Manager at AMEC, said: “We recognise the value of organisations, such as AMEC and Falck Nutec, working closely with local communities to enhance learning opportunities for students to raise their understanding and awareness of our industry. Students produced work to an excellent standard.”