The Neat Streets Awards took place on the 6th May in Croke Park. 12 secondary schools attended the awards ceremony and each school delivered a short presentation of the anti-litter and waste campaign carried out in their school and their local communities over the previous year while involved in the Neat Streets programme.
The awards ceremony was a great success and also gave students an opportunity to present the results of there anti-litter and waste campaign which was carried out in their school and local community over the previous academic year. The presentation was also hugely beneficial to other attending schools as they got an insight into successful campaigns carried out in other schools and many schools left the day with numerous ideas on how to improve their campaigns into the future.
Following each individual school's presentation the Neat Streets Award was presented to the committee members and techers by Eoin Morton, Neat Streets Programme Officer.For photos click here
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Streets is holding another competition just before the end of the school year.
The Environmental Reporters Competition encourages students to research a local
waste issue that has wider implications and to write an article or produce an
video about it and bringing it to the attention of their peers.
competition can be can be entered as a group or individual, and is open to all
students in schools registered with the Neat Streets Programme. The competition
may be most suitable for En...
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The overall prize for the ‘Best Photo’ is an iPad Mini
for the winning student and there are also daily prizes (Monday – Friday)
of €50 One4All vouchers.
The overall winner’s school will also be awarded €200
for their Neat Streets or Green-S...
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