Day Care Centre Visit

Hazelwood College Leaving Certificate Applied students Darren Wright (second from left) and Rebecca Carroll (far right) are pictured here on a school visit to Dromcollogher Day Care Centre, which they visited as part of their Social Education course. The students visited in order to meet with and talk to senior citizens and bridge the generation gap.

Hazelwood College’s Declan Leahy (left) is pictured with one of the people who avail of the services of Dromcollogher Day Centre, which Declan and the other Hazelwood College Leaving Certificate Applied students visited as part of their studies.

Car Safety

Hazelwood College Leaving Certificate Applied I students are pictured with Michael Gleeson and his MOG car. Michael Gleeson spoke to students about the importance of road safety and allowed students to use his specially customised vehicle in order to practice the skills which will save lives on the road. Pictured are (back row, left to right) Colm McMahon, Liam McDermott, Michael Geary, Eugene Barrett, Timmy Brosnan and Conor Roche. Seated are Christopher Cotter (left) and Jack McCarthy (right).

Knockfeirna and Positive Mental Health

Hazelwood College Leaving Certificate Applied students recently climbed Knockfeirna as part of their Positive Mental Health Promotion Fortnight. Students were encouraged to undertake this physical challenge in order to gain a sense of positive achievement on reaching the summit, while also working together through encouragement. Pictured are (back row left to right) Colm McMahon, Michael Geary and William Boyce. Middle row (left to right): Dylan Hennessy, Timmy Brosnan, Jack Willas, Liam McDermott, Dean Falvy, Jack M. McCarthy, Conor Roche, Darren Wright and Shelia Browne. Front row Shauna Hartnett (standing) and Muireann Kelly (crouched).


L.C.A & Personal Safety

LCA students with Nick Feehan & Alexander Walsh from Personal Safety Ireland

Recently Leaving Certificate Applied students completed a one day workshop where there was an emphasis on personal awareness, responsible decision making, respect for oneself and others.

Personal Safety and Awareness is an invaluable aspect of student development and relevant to students throughout their school career and adult life.

The students really enjoyed the day especially the self defence aspect.
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