We have started a six week spell of walking from Cuala GAA grounds to our school for students and staff. We encourage everybody to get walking, scooting or cycling to school especially with our fantastic summer weather so far!
We were awarded Best School in the Little or No Green Space category in this year's Dun-Laoghaire Rathdown Tidy Schools awards. This award is a fantastic compliment to the work done by students and staff in keeping our grounds so tidy, beautiful and litter-free. A huge thank you to our caretaker Marvin Bautista who does so much unseen work at the school as well as to Ms. O'Neill whose green fingers have been appreciated in brightening up our front door area.
It was time to celebrate as we collected our fifth Green Schools flag for our work on the Biodiversity theme. Two lucky members of our committee went with Mr Smith to The Helix to collect our flag and had a great day there too. Thanks to all the students, parents, staff and the local community for helping us reach this milestone and we hope to continue to promote the Green Schools cause and protect our environment in positive ways in the future!
Fourth class visited the Natural History Museum today and learned loads about biodiversity in Ireland throughout history on our guided tour. Thanks to the staff at the museum for their helpfulness and knowledge! Check out our video below:
Green Schools News
Harold Boys' Green Schools Committee