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Mrs. Lee’s Retirement

On Friday, Mrs.Lee retired from working in our school. We had a special mass for her in the church. We had Irish dancing by Maeve & Aaron, singing, speeches and special prayers for her as well.The mass was about how special she was to our school and how much she achieved in our school. After the mass family, friends, parents and co-workers joined her in
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WEEE Ireland Assembly

Today, a man called Niall Lydon from Galway, came to the school to talk to us about recycling. He talked to us about not throwing electrical items away. We learned from him that we can recycle most things in the world like kettles, Xboxes, PS3s, washing machines etc. His rule was that anything that can be plugged in or has batteries can be recycled.
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Planting a Willow Fedge

Yesterday we went out to our organic garden. A lady called Ciara from the Organic Centre in Rossinver  came to help us make a willow fedge around our organic garden. A fedge is a cross between a hedge and a fence. The type of willow tree we used is called basket willow. It is good for making a fedge because you can bend it a lot
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Travel and Transport

  Imelda Ryan and Bluebird her puppet came to the school today to talk to us about Travel and Transport for the Green School. She talked to the school at assembly in the Halla about Safe Cross Code, Walking more, cycling more, holding your parents hand when you are walking, using the bus more, sharing lifts, wearing bright clothes when walking, not disturbing the
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St. Patrick’s Day Parade

St. Patrick’s Day Parade    On St. Patricks Day some of our children marched in the Parade. Our Green School committee have been doing a lot of work on conserving water over the past two years in order to renew our Green Flag. We decided to base our entry in the parade on this theme. The bath & shower   Can you believe it?
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