Pupils from 5th & 6th classes presented their project at the Primary Science Fair. This event is fun in conjunction with the BT Young Scientist exhibition at the RDS. The project was based on volcanic eruptions and is now display in the school.


News 12/1/17 NO FEE FOR REPRO Pictured at the RDS Primary Science Fair 2017 was Katie Golding, Emma Mulvaney, Aoibhin Smith and Aimee Smith from St Brigids NS, Redhills, Cavan and their project 'How do Volcanoes Work'. Pic Orla Murray Now going into its eighth year, the RDS Primary Science Fair is a non-competitive forum, showcasing STEM investigations (science, technology, engineering and maths) undertaken by primary school classes across Ireland. The investigations encourage children’s innate curiosity to explore the science behind the everyday. Open to fourth, fifth and sixth, and Key Stage 2 classes, across the island of Ireland, the Fair will take place in Dublin, showing alongside the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS (January 12-14), Limerick, Mary Immaculate College (January 19-21) & Belfast, Waterfront (June 8-9). - See more at: For further info contact Diarmuid Hanifin, RDS Direct: +353 1 2407211 Mobile: +353 83 4188782


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