The EPA launches The Story of Your Stuff competition for secondary schools

Following the success of last year’s competition, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is pleased to launch the 2018 The Story of Your Stuff. competition for secondary schools. This year the EPA is teaming up with big-wave surfer and marine social scientist Easkey Britton to promote The Story of Your Stuff. The competition invites students to […]

Secondary Schools Invited To Take Part In Competition To Find Ireland’s Next Young Food Entrepreneur

Cully of the Cully & Sully food business returned to his old secondary school in Waterford accompanied by GIY (Grow It Yourself) this week. During the visit Cully shared with the students the success story behind one of Ireland’s biggest food businesses and launched an inaugural competition titled ‘Give Peas a Chance’. This initiative aims […]

The Environmental Protection Agency Calls On Secondary Schools To Tell – The Story Of Your Stuff

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has teamed up with young photographer and music video director, Christian Tierney to launch an exciting new competition for secondary schools today themed The Story of Your Stuff.  Students are invited to choose an everyday object such as a pen, mobile phone or a water bottle and use a visual […]

Four Tipperary Secondary Schools shine at SciFest event at WIT

Four secondary schools from Tipperary took science to the next level with their projects at SciFest which was held in the Waterford Institute of Technology college hall on 27 April 2016. Tipperary students scooped four prizes on the day, including the award for ESERO (European Space Education Resource Office) Discover Space Award. SciFest is a […]

Two Tipperary Secondary Schools Nominated for Young Social Innovators of the Year Awards 2016

Two Local Co Tipperary schools- Presentation Secondary School Thurles and The Abbey School in Tipperary town-  have been selected as finalists for this year’s Making Communities Better Award in the Young Social Innovators (YSI) of the year. A record breaking 454 projects and 6,618 students from 228 schools entered the YSI award in 2016. Of […]