Great Success for Loreto Swords!   In the Junior Overall category, the ‘Let it Bee’ project was the winner, which also scooped the Biodiversity Award.  The students provided a habitat for bees and other insects and raised awareness about the decline in bee population due to chemical sprays and the threat of pollutants to the natural world.  Our students planted a garden, organised a concert and a drama and provided flower seeds for parents and Fingal County Council agreed to plant.  Well done girls on this great achievement and thanks to Ms Deirdre Scully, teacher.  Click here for photos

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ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards