The “Our City” journey continues with Limerick Regeneration and Junior Achievement!

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The Limerick Regeneration “Our City” project is now in its third year.  This project involves all students from senior infants to sixth class in primary schools and secondary schools in the North and Southside Regeneration areas of the city.  The following schools are currently participating: Corpus Christi N.S, St. Mary’s N.S, Galvone N.S, Our Lady of Lourdes N.S, Gaelscoil Sheorise Clancy, St. Nessan’s Community School, Ardscoil Mhuire Corbally, St. Enda’s Community School and Presentation Secondary School.  Approx 700 students will have benefited from this partnership during the 2014/15 school year. The photo shows Maeve Barry from Stryker with 6th class students from Gaelscoil Sheoirse Clancy proudly holding up their periscopes!!Maeve Barry Stryker with Gael Scoil Sheoirse Clancy resized


“We had the “Our City” programme delivered to 3rd class by Mr Dave Walsh from Dell. We really enjoyed having Dave come into our classroom. It was a great opportunity for the children to learn about things that are not necessarily covered in the school curriculum. Dave really brought things to life and the world of work a bit closer to the classroom! Eilis O’Dwyer, 3rd class Teacher, Our Lady of Lourdes N.S.

Thanks to time and commitment of volunteers from local supporting organisations such as Northern Trust, Dell, Stryker, AIB and GECAS these students have been given the opportunity to engage with local business people and learn more about the links between education and their future careers.

Andy Cunninghan from Dell with 6th class students from St. Mary’s Primary School, Bishop’s StreetAndy Cunnigham Dell with 6th class St. Marys resized

The secondary school students also participated in the “The Economics of Staying in School” and the “Success Skills” programmes. In the next few weeks these students will be participate in “School to Work “Days in the following kindly hosted by Dell, Genworth Financial and Limerick City and County Council.




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