Video from the Green School Committee for the Unesco Young Environmentalists Project
Wildflowers, bees and lots more! Well done all.
We are delighted to announce our school has made it to the final of the UNESCO youth awards. Our entry is our Ogham woodland. We planted all native Irish trees on our school grounds which will give year long supply of food to our pollinators. While the birds and bees are happy we are also cleaning the air in our locality and offsetting the carbon outlay from the local water butt project.
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Covid-19 Distance Learning
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On Thursday, 12 March, the government announced a series of measures aimed at addressing the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ireland. Effective immediately until 29 March, all primary schools in Ireland will be closed.
This important and timely decision, in light of a growing public health crisis, is welcome. You will have received an email from the school with suggestions of work from class teachers and we would also like to draw your attention to our twitter page @stjosephsbrobe. This can also be seen this page of our website on the right hand side below.
Stay safe and please follow all guidelines from the professionals. We look forward to seeing everyone on our return.
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