This was done as part of their Junior Achievement programme taught in class by Pamela Dagg, a scientist with Louth County Council
To conclude the programme, Louth County Council invited the sixth class students into the Council Chambers where they learnt about how the council operates and students were presented certificates of achievement.
“We were very fortunate to have Pamela teaching the programme,” said Elizabeth Sloan Sixthe class teacher at Bay Estate.
“The students really enjoyed learning about science and taking part in the module activities.
“The student really benefit from this interaction with Louth County Council and I would like to thank Pamela Dagg and Louth County Council for their support and generosity in delivering the Junior Achievement programme this year.
“It has been very successful.”