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CanSat explain the Importance of Coding

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCanSat are a group of student’s in St. Josephs College Borrisoleigh who are bringing Science to the Tipperary Community As part of our CanSat project, we were required to have coding skills. We are coding our sensors to take measurements from our satellite. Many people get turned off when they hear they need to code, but ...

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Meet the team of students from St Josephs College in Borrisoleigh bidding to build a Satellite

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberJohn Ryan (The Living Thesaurus) Is a man of many talents. He mostly likes computer programming and having tea-parties. John is responsible for leading the coding of the software and the streaming of live results. Aaron Reid (The Hurler) Aaron loves to think he can drive but he really can’t. He also loves hurling. Aaron is responsible for the ...

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St. Josephs College Borrisoleigh CanSat Team with some Space Themed Vocabulary

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberWe here at St. Josephs College Borrisoleigh CanSat team want to inform you about space and teach you about space exploration. As members of the team we need to know a lot about space. We want to educate you, our community about different things in space and clear up any misconceptions. Firstly, we’ll explain some terminology ...

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Physics Leaving Cert Revision Tips – The Graph

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberDRAWING THE GRAPH You must use graph paper and fill at least THREE QUARTERS OF THE PAGE. Use a scale which is easy to work with i.e. the major grid lines should correspond to natural divisions of the overall range. LABEL THE AXES with the quantity being plotted, including their units. Use a sharp pencil and ...

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Moloneys sign language motion carried

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberA motion by Clonmel Cllr Andy Moloney before the February meeting of Tipperary County Council to have some members of staff trained in sign language was received with the full support of the Chambers. Last year Moloney had looked for the government to recognise ISL (Irish sign language) as an official language went a step further ...

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Physics Leaving Cert Revision Tips

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberQuick Check For each experiment check that you can do can do each of the following: Draw a fully labelled diagram which includes all essential apparatus (have you included the apparatus necessary to obtain values for both variables?) Be able to state how the two sets of values were obtained (this is a very common question) ...

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What is Equality in Education?

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberBy Fachtna Roe Irish people generally pat themselves on the back about their education system. In particular, we mostly have fond memories of primary school and for historical reasons feel a great attachment to the National School system. However, though the system is labelled as ‘National’ it isn’t open to all the children of the Nation ...

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Kelly announces funding for refurbishment of Carrick-on-Suir Library

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberMr. Alan Kelly, T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government today, Monday, 25 January 2016, announced an allocation of €150,000 towards the refurbishment of Carrick-on-Suir Library and an allocation of €100,000 for the purchase of a schools mobile library for the county. Making the announcement at Carrick-on-Suir Library, the Minister said that he was ...

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SONG TO COMMERATE 1916

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCoiste Náisiúnta Scór, the National GAA Committee for the promotion of culture, is delighted to announce that, in conjunction with the 1916 commemorations, they are launching a Ballad Writing Project for second level schools. To commemorate 1916, the GAA through one of its cultural branches Coiste Náisiúnta Scór, would welcome the participation of Second Level Schools ...

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€100,000 for Tipperary schools mobile library – Noel Coonan TD

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberFine Gael TD for Tipperary, Noel Coonan, has welcomed the announcement of €100,000 funding for a Tipperary schools mobile library. This is part of a €22 million investment in some 16 library capital developments and the mainstreaming of the Open Libraries initiative. “Funding of €100,000 has been allocated for a Tipperary schools mobile library. The library ...

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