Erasmus Trip to France


Seven Transition Year students, along with Mr. McDonagh and Ms. Clinton, travelled to Avallon, France last week as part of a European Science project called “European Science Camps; Changing Climate, Changing Habitats”. The partner schools in the project are Lycée du Parc des Chaumes (France) and Gymnasium Papenburg (Germany). The TY students worked with other students from the partner countries investigating a woodland and bog habitat that are part of the Morvan Regional National Park. Students from France and Germany will travel to Ireland in September, to conduct studies on a sea shore habitat (Clogherhead Beach) and woodland (Beaulieu woods).