Lifesaver Project

One of the most important outings of the school year as LC1, TY and LCA 1 students attend the in Limerick. This initiative is supported by An Garda Siochana, Limerick Ambulance Service, the HSE, Limerick City and County Fire Service and the Road Safety Department of Limerick City and County Council. The reenactment and presentation is not for the faint hearted as it hammers home the dangers and harsh realities of taking to the road. Parents/Guardians of those who attended may like to discuss the experience with students as there are important lessons to be learned for road users of all ages.

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).