St. Kevin's Green Flag Award

June 12, 2012
The Green Flag was awarded to the school at an awards ceremony at An Taisce's Tailors' Hall office, on 25th May 2012. Mr. Fergus O'Dowd, Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources presented representatives of the school with the award. The committee would like to thank their leader Ms. Kenny for all her her help and also Mr. O'Hare and Mr. Byrne for their support. Finally, they would like to thank all the students for working hard to change their attitudes and habits in combating litter and waste at school. 

St. Kevin's Apply for the Green Flag

March 6, 2012
St. Kevin's College, Finglas has applied for the Green Flag. Find out what the school has been doing as part of Neat Streets and Green-Schools on their webpage

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St. Kevin's Spring Clean

February 9, 2012
St. Kevin's College, Finglas ran a very successful National Spring Event.
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Recycling a Success at St. Kevin's

January 18, 2012

As part of their Neat Streets programme St. Kevin's College have installed new bins in all corridors and classrooms of the school and the Neat Streets / Green-Schools students are now working as 'litter wardens' both before and after school on certain days of the week. Recycling is proving so successful that the school is arranging to get another large green bin to increase capacity for recycling as the current bins are filling up fast.

The students are currenty working on posters to have pri...

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Green-Schools Web Page

December 20, 2011
Find out about St Kevin's College Green-Schools committee and what's been happening with their Green-Schools and Neat Streets programmes on their web page
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Creating Awareness & reducing litter in the local area

October 4, 2011
Students at St. Kevin's College are increasing the number of recycling bins around the school, appointing litter wardens and launching a litter awareness campaign . They will also create artwork from litter and use video clips to encourage recycling. In an effort to inform and engage the local community anti-litter posters will be designed and put up in local primary schools and shops.
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