Check out our ‘New Eco Tribe Garden’- opened today and developed by the Tidy Town’s Committee Carlingford, The Parents’ Association, St Oliver’s N.S 2nd Class pupils and teacher in conjunction with Louth County Council.
Teacher and Pupils
Thank you to all those involved, our 2nd class boys and girls- our King John’s Worts Tribe, a particular Go Raibh Maith Agat to the class teacher Mrs Crossan and Declan Savage (Chairperson PA St Oliver’s N.S.) who together coordinated the project and today’s event.
A huge thank you also to all our wonderful parent and grandparent helpers who gave a helping hand over the last numbers of weeks, planting, giving talks and assisting with art work. A special thank you to Róisín Carroll for her insightful presentation in school on the use of herbs and plants.
Carlingford Tidy Town’s Committee
A huge thank you to Pam and Pauric from the Carlingford Tidy Town’s Committee who contributed significantly to this project. This has proven to be a very worthwhile project helping all our children in St Oliver’s N.S. understand the role they can play in the wider and local Carlingford Community in the future, while integrating so much learning across the curriculum in the process. Congratulations & Well Done to ALL.
Louth County Council
An extended thank you to Pamela from Louth County Council for coming to visit our school a number of time in preparation for today’s events and for her guidance throughout the project. Thank you for officially opening our lovely Eco Tribe Garden, that no doubt will prosper and flourish in the future.
Check out our photos below: