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07Mar 2023

St Nathy’s Sci-Fest 2023

On Friday last 1st, 2nd and Transition Year students participated in our schools SciFest competition. There were some fascinating projects on display with a lot of hard work and effort put in by all students the past few weeks to get their projects finished to such a high standard. 👩🏻‍🔬🧑‍🔬🧫🧬🧪 🥇 1st Year student Meabh Lavin …

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28Sep 2022

National Ploughing Championships 2022

Our LC Ag Science students enjoyed a day at the National Ploughing Championships on Wednesday 21st September. The sun shone for the day which made the day all the more enjoyable as the brollies and wellies could be left at home. The fine weather resulted in a record turnout of over 115,000 people which meant …

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18Nov 2021

Adopting a new friend

The 5th Year Agricultural Science class along with their teacher Miss Brennan adopted a donkey for the year from The Donkey Sanctuary in Cork. The students were extremely excited about adopting their new friend for life “Richie”. The class received an adoption pack that included the story of Richie’s life, an adoption certificate and a …

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18Nov 2021

Science Week Webinars

The TY students along with their Science Teacher Miss Brennan enjoyed two fascinating webinars during Science week relating to the “Science of De-Extinction” – which dealt with bringing animals back from extinction thanks to newfound advances in DNA profiling and extraction and “Have I got your attention” – which touched on the topics of technology …

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26Feb 2020

Climate Action Day

We are looking forward to an action packed day tomorrow 27th of February as we mark Climate Action Day 2020 in St Nathy’s College. We are delighted to have many guest speakers from  An Taisce, Irish Water, Cool Planet, Mayo Organic Group to name but a few. On our Climate Action Day, students and staff …

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27Jan 2020

BT Young Scientist Success

Congratulations to three of our second year students Leah McCabe, Naomi Cahill and Caoimhe Duffy on their recent success at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. Their project was an Investigation into the Impact of local industry on water quality in the Lung River. They were awarded a Highly Commended accolade from the judges. …

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