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St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
 
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
 
St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
OUR PROGRESS

UPDATE NOVEMBER 2017 - Great News! We are delighted to announce that St. Brigid’s National School has received its third Greens Schools Flag!

Congratulations to our Green Schools Committee, and all of the children at St. Brigid’s National School for their hard work over the past two years.

St. Brigid’s National School has been awarded three Green School flags so far – Litter and Waste, Energy and now Water. We continue to work on these themes by continuing to reduce the amount of litter and waste we produce as a school, and by monitoring the amount of energy and water we use on a weekly basis.

Our Green Schools Committee meets every week to ensure that we are doing our best as a school to look after our local environment. They also discuss and plan for future Green Schools flags.

This year the school will be working towards the ‘Global Citizenship – Marine Environment’ flag. This flag is a continuation of the water flag that we received last year.

During the year we will be raising awareness of marine litter, and we will be exploring the various aspects that are damaging our waters – marine litter and waste, overfishing, climate change etc. We will also be making a trip to our local canal to examine its level of cleanliness, and to find out what we can do to improve its condition.

Well done to our Green Schools Committee and to everyone who helped us achieve our Green School goals so far. Keep up the good work!