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Congratulations to 6 of our very talented TY students who represented our school at this year's BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in the RDS. In its 55th year, the competition saw 4,251 students from 383 schools across the island of Ireland compete for the coveted title "BT Young Scientist and Technologist of the Year". 

Students, staff and parents alike were delighted that 2 groups were successful in becoming finalists and in showcasing their projects at the exhibition.

Project 1: Luke Meade, Ronan McGrath and Stephen Moloney. A technology entry, titled, "Making Grass Green" that converted heat energy in grass cuttings into voltage. This is a project that showed excellent, engineering, technological and analytical skills.

Project 2: Liam Boyce, Stephen Marsh and James McNulty. A physical, chemical and mathematical sciences entry, titled, "The Will of the People - A study of electoral voting systems". This group proposed a number of changes to the current electoral system with some fascinating findings.

Congratulations to both teams and their teachers. We will be watching out for you in the future!

Pictured below are both teams with our VIP visitors to the stand, TD Timmy Dooley and Minister Pat Breen.

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