Biodiversity Inspection

Biodiversity Inspection

Free Vector | Hand drawn biodiversity illustration

On Tuesday February 28th we received a visit from Niamh Moran, an Environmental Awareness Officer in Dun Laoghaire County Council. We have been working so hard on the theme of Biodiversity for almost two years in the hope of being awarded our 5th Green Flag. Niamh met with our wonderful Green Schools Committee members and was blown away by all the work that has been carried out by the whole school community. She admired our beautiful wildlife gardens, our beautifully planted school garden, sensory garden, numerous bird feeders and bug hotels. She was so impressed that the children have planted recycled seeds and that we collect rainwater in a water butt in order to water our flowers, fruit and vegetables. The children were so proud of how beautiful our school grounds look and how they have promoted Biodiversity all around the school. Special thanks to Susan Durrad who works tirelessly to teach our pupils all about the wonder and beauty of nature, her expertise has been invaluable to us all. Our wonderful caretaker Peter and gardener David have also given huge time and effort to make our school grounds look fantastic. We hope to receive confirmation in the coming weeks that we have been awarded our 5th Green Flag but we are quietly confident!!

B Fallon

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Christmas Holidays
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Back to School 8.50am
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St Brigid's Day
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Co. Dublin,

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