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Dear Principals and Teachers of Fourth, Fifth and Sixth classes,
Please find attached details of a competition being run by The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. Their new national heritage plan 2030 will provide the overarching policy framework for managing Ireland’s built and national heritage over the next decade.
With this in mind The Department wishes to engage pupils in 4th, 5th and 6th classes to reflect on what our heritage means to them and to represent their ideas through an emoji and to tell us about their emoji (no more than 50 words).
Thanking you for taking the time to read these details and I hope your pupils will engage with this initiative.
A Teenagers Survival Guide from Bishop McEgan College, Macroom tell a very important story at Make a Book Exhibition in Vienna Woods Hotel on 14th March 2019. Each chapter detail important aspects of teenage life today.
Please click on link for details #MakeABook2019
West Cork Education Centre has teamed up with The Southern Star newspaper in organising a monthly writing competition for all primary schools in West Cork.
Each month a theme is announced and pupils are invited to write stories of no more than 200 words on the topic.
Dympna Daly, Director West Cork Education Centre will oversee the selection of a number of entries for publication.The writers of each published entry will receive a special certificate of publication. See also the notice in next week’s Southern Star. The top entries will be published in the Easter edition of The Southern Star.
21st March 2019
The theme for this month is: 'I found a magic wand in my Easter basket and I ...'
Closing date for receipt of entries is Wednesday 10th April.
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