Two Cork schools recognised at annual FÉILTE event
Two Cork schools were selected to showcase projects at the annual FÉILTE event which took place over the weekend.
Christ The King Turners Cross and Cobh Community College were all recognised for their innovation and creativity by the Teaching Council.
Neuro-centric practices deepening our understanding of how children learn, and Transition Year Plant & Craft Fair were the projects showcased by the schools.
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