Desmond College was delighted to welcome Ann O Reilly from HETI, the Holocaust Education Trust Ireland. Ann provided TY, 5th and 6th year students with a very educational, insightful and interesting presentation on the Holocaust.
Amy O Sullivan, Muireann Dooley, Cian Mason, Sean Salamah with Ms Nicola White and Ann O Reilly from HETI
Students in Rang Grandin visited Gorboy Horticultural Centre and the local library to view an Art Exhibition with Ms O Connor as part of Wellbeing Wednesday.
AJ Dee at Gorboy Horticultural Centre
AJ Dee and Alan Wallace admiring the Art Exhibition in the local Lbrary
Ms O’Mahony’s history students made displays based on Early Christian Ireland as part of History class in preparation for Classroom Based Assessments.
Rhys O’Connor and Jan Fasiczka producing displays on Early Christian Ireland as part of History class
Josh Dore, Michael Mason and John Sheedy producing displays on Early Christian Ireland as part of History class
Ms O Mahony’s History class producing displays on Early Christian Ireland
Students of the 12 schools from Limerick that participated in the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2019, including the 13 students from Desmond College were guests in Analog Devices at their European headquarters in Raheen Business Park on Wednesday 6th of February.
There was a panel of past participants of the exhibition who offered career and subject choice advice to the students. The event was organised by Brian O’Meara and Annie O’Sullivan who were joined on the night by two Vice Presidents of Analog Devices.
Desmond College BT Young Scientist and Technology 2019 finalists pictured at a host event organised by Analog Devices