St. Joseph’s C.B.S. Nenagh

Local Enterprise and TY

Three teams were short-listed form St. Joseph's for the Young Entrepreneur Competition
Local Enterprise and TY

Enterprise Awards

Tina Mulhearne, Business Advisor, Local Enterprise Office, North Tipperary, visited the school recently to present the prizes and certs for the successful entries in the recent Enterprise County Final. This was a lovely occasion to celebrate the boys’ success. We would like to thank Tina and the Local enterprise Office in Tipperary for all their support throughout the year and for kindly donating prizes and presenting certs to the boys.

The runners up in the Senior Category were students Michael Kyne, Shane Hogan, (absent from photo Dylan Dorris), assisted by their teacher, Ms. Bríd Gleeson. They developed a hand-made chocolate product through their company, Black Chocolate and were presented with a plaque for their achievements.

The most innovative award went to LMJJ Trays. Liam Grace, Michael Ryan, (absent from photo John Mulvihill) and Jack Harford designed an innovative animal dosing tray which has proven to be remarkably successful and useful on many farms. Their teacher was Ms. Gillian Wallace.

The environmental award was presented to Ecoware. Who are, Joshua Lenihan, Robert Mandrila and Jim Paxman, their teacher was Brid Gleeson. The boys made very impressive eco- friendly plates and bowls which are edible and can be fed to animals.

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Staff of St. Joseph's participated in a very enjoyable trip to the Slieve Bloom Mountains to mark the end of the school year.
Well done to Ms Alison Collins and her team, ably assisted by Mrs Helena O'Gorman on their debating success.
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Co. Tipperary,
E45 F890

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