Well done to the green schools committee and the entire school community for achieving the International Green Schools Flag for Energy.
Ms. Houlihan, Ben Runswick and Jason Green accepted the award on Wednesday 24th May 2017
Green School Committee
Jason Green (1st Year), Ben Runswick (2nd Year ), TonyO’Connor (3rd Year), Modestas Urbonas (4th Year), Chris Reynolds (4th Year), Dylan Jeffers (4th Year), Scot Atkins (4th Year), Michael Runswick (4th Year), Paul McQuillan (4th Year), Evan O’Dowd (4th Year), Hugh Dooley (4th Year), Willow O’Cinneide-Ginnell (4th Year), Jack Fagan (5th yYar), Taylor Morgan (6th Year), Ms. Houlihan (Co-ordinatator, Des Moore (Caretaker), Ms Mary Fox (Principal).
Mr Padraig Creedon, Education Officer with Global Action Plan (a charitable organisation that supports schools, communities and businesses to take practical, environmental action to live and work as sustainably as possible) presented workshops to our First-Year students on Friday 3rd of March 2017. These workshops were fully funded by Fingal County Council and LA21. Students enjoyed interactive games and activities while learning about energy consumption, disadvantages of using fossil fuels, and how human activities are warming up the planet.
Green-Schools is known internationally as Eco-Schools. It is an international environmental education programme, environmental management system and award scheme to promote and acknowledge long-term, whole school action for the environment.
Eileen Freeman June 27th, 2017
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