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YAM pupils in Norway
Loreto represented at Film Festival
Schoolnet Diversity competition
Students represent Ireland in Brussels
Parents attend consultation session
Young Scientist of the Year Competition
Migration project entered
Pupils visit Folk Park
Studying migration from Ireland
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Our school is involved in a European Studies program with partner schools in Sweden, Denmark, Northern Ireland and Cork, in the South of Ireland. We are also currently engaged in an Easr-West project with a school near London. The East-west projects were initiated as part of the Good Friday agreement in order to foster mutual understanding between Ireland and Great Britain.
We are currently participants in a Comenius 1 project, the YES project (Young Europeans? Sure)which aims to allow studentto investigate what it means to be a young European today. Our partners for this project are Sandnes VGS, Norway; IES Llagostera, Catalunya; RSG 't Rijks, Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands;IV Gimnazija, Zagreb, Croatia Monaghan Collegiate School, Ireland. This project has close links with the YAM project and students will carry out a numberof activities on the YAM website, and subsequently compare migration patterns from he different prticipating regions.
I am currently part of a group funded by the European Commission and supported by the Department of Education in Ireland producing a Transtion Year module on European Studies. Our aim is to pruduce a series of lesson plans and resources on the topic. I am currently working on the section dealing with Migration into and within the EU.