THE transition year class from Scoil Ui Mhuiri attended the recent Louth County Enterprise Board Student Awards in the Fairways hotel Dundalk with their Business teacher Martina Farrell.
The school was represented by four mini-companies: The Clock Men; Dunleer Annual Calendar; Stephen’s Honey; Coireal Ceilteach.
Coireal Ceilteach won the overall winner in the senior category. Coireal Ceilteach was set up by Cathal Costello who is selling coral. Cathal will now go forward and represent Louth at the national finals in Croke Park in April.
Transition year students also took part in the AIB Build-a-Bank challenge regional finals in Athlone. This was also a successful outing with the bank team bringing home the award for Best Teamwork. Six students Cathal Costello, Niamh Devlin, Joe Sheard, Ronan Fitzpatrick, Michael McEvoy and Christina White set up the bank which operates in school each week with the guidance of their teacher Martina Farrell and Laura McEvoy AIB Drogheda. They called it The Real Champions Bank.
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