Business/LCVP

Training the Trainers!
Subject Blogs, Business/LCVP, Classics/History, Computer Science, General School News, Junior Cycle / 3 October 2021

Training the Trainers!

Sean Brilly (Associate with Professional Development Service Teachers, PDST) and now Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT) will be joining Helen O’Kelly, Sarah Corrigan, and Delia Donohoe (PDST) and Siobhan Reynolds and Sheenagh Maxwell (Professional Support Team (PST) Droichead Induction for Newly Qualified Teachers), Patricia Gordon, (JCT Leadership Team) in facilitating Continuous Professional Development for teachers!

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TYs compete in EU Codeweek Hackathon - one team gets to National Finals
Subject Blogs, Business/LCVP, Computer Science, Transition Year / 28 April 2021

TYs compete in EU Codeweek Hackathon - one team gets to National Finals

Six countries, six hackathons! The TYs competed in a new EU Codeweek venture - a 24 hour hackathon - which started on Monday, 26th April. Students aged 15-19 from Ireland, Romania, Italy, Greece, Slovenia and Latvia were invited to create an innovative tech solution. On Tuesday afternoon they had to pitch their solution to a panel of judges.

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Quantum project wins two big prizes at 2021 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition!
Subject Blogs, Business/LCVP, Computer Science, General School News, Stratford in the Media, Transition Year / 8 January 2021

Quantum project wins two big prizes at 2021 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition!

Breaking news! Ayush's quantum programming language that he developed himself and is called "Q" won 1st prize in the Individual Intermediate Technology section and the Stripe Special award at today's @BTYSTE BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.

[This post is from 2021. Read the blog about Ayush winning the Best Individual Project and Horizon Student Award at the 2023 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.]

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Citizen Science: Stratford students invited to participate in European/UCD 'BigO' research study
Subject Blogs, Business/LCVP, Computer Science, Science/Maths, Wellbeing, General School News, Sports / 27 November 2020

Citizen Science: Stratford students invited to participate in European/UCD 'BigO' research study

The European-funded BigO research study aims to lower childhood obesity rates by collecting, visualizing and analyzing BigData on young people's behavioural patterns and their environment. 1st to 4th Year students, and 5th/6th Year Computer Science students are being invited to participate in this research project from 7th - 18th December which is being co-ordinated by UCD researchers and led by UCD Professor Tahar Kechadi.

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