The whole community came together to help St Luke's school fund their solar roof.
Over 20 months, they raised more than £13,000 in donations from parents former pupils, businesses and local well-wishers.
Thanks to the feed-in tariff and bill savings, their solar panels will bring in over £2,000 per year for the next 20 years. And that'll pay for school trips and better playground equipment.
"We have never seen the students so enthusiastic about a project before - it's been surprising and incredible!"
- Stella Pentecost, parent
With school budgets stretched, the feed-in tariff provides a much needed boost to their budgets, and a great reason to put carbon cutting on top of their agenda. The cuts mean we won't see this much any more.