Many thanks to Newcastle West Gardaí who visited the school to talk to our students about drugs and anti social behaviour
A special day being involved in making a difference for those less fortunate. A busy day today for first years preparing the shoe boxes for the next step of their journey to the warehouse to be shipped. Well done to all students and families , members of the local community and local primary schools for putting together a total of 173 shoe boxes. #teamhopeshoeboxappeal
Some photos of the 5th year Politics class attending Comhairle na nÓg in UL today where they identified and discussed issues that are affecting young people today.
Joanne Mcmahon who recently visited the first year CSPE class talking to them how she has made a difference in society. Joanne was invited to the class by Evan Quaid as he wrote a letter to her about how she is his everyday hero.
Hazelwood College 3rd Year CSPE class who recently visited Cork, taking in a tour of the Cork Gaol and then went on to volunteer there time helping out with Cork Penny Dinners
Hazelwood College 3C C.S.P.E. class are pictured here at The Donkey Sanctuary, Liscarroll, recently, where the students visited in order to learn about animal rights. As part of their action project, students learned about how The Donkey Sanctuary helps animals who have been mistreated and under the supervision of their teacher, Ms Julie Corkery, engaged in a food drive to help to meet the feed needs of the animals in the shelter.
Hazelwood College 2C CSPE class are pictured her with Councillor Jerome Scanlan who visited them in order to talk to them about the work of Limerick County Council
The Junior Certificate CSPE classes have been very busy over the past number of weeks working on their action projects. Here are a selection of photographs which show the wide range of activities undertaken
Picture a: Hazelwood College 3A CSPE students are pictured on their recent visit to the Dublin Criminal Circuit Court, which they participated in as part of their CSPE Action Research Project. The students are pictured here with Detective Aidan Cahill (far right, front row).
Picture b: Hazelwood College 3A CSPE students are pictured on their recent visit to Leinster House with Deputy Patrick O’Donovan (front row, far left) and their CSPE teacher Mr Noel O’Grady (front row, far right). The students took part in teh visit as part of their CSPE studies.
Picture c: 3C Hazelwood College students (from left to right) Muiris O’Keeffe, Eliza Reidy, Brendan O’Flynn, Douglas Woollam and Tomas Stritch prepare to serve first years at a coffee morning the 3C CSPE class organised as part of their CSPE Action Project. The coffee morning was held in aid of the charity The Hope Foundation, which aims to help the most vulnerable in the developing world, the street children of Calcutta. They aid them by providing food, shelter and education to aid them to build a better life for themselves.
Picture d: Hazelwood College 3C CSPE students (from left to right) Darragh Stack, Aaron Shanahan, Edel O’Flynn and Ciara O’Flynn. The students, as part of their CSPE Action Project ran a coffee morning in aid of The Hope Foundation, which aims to help the street children of Calcutta with food, shelter and education.
Picture e: Jack Long (left), a first year student attending Hazelwood College is served by Aaron Shanahan (right) as part of Aaron’s 3C CSPE group’s coffee morning, which raised money for The Hope Foundation, to aid the poorest children in the developing world, the street children of Calcutta.
Cheeios’ Childline Breakfast
Pictured from left to right Shaun Shannon, Rachel Doody and Ayesha Shortt at the recent Cheeios’ Childline Breakfast Morning held in Hazelwood College.
Hazelwood College students pictured from left to right Shauna Cunningham, Íde Collins and Sarah Enright at the Cheerios’ Childline Breakfast Morning, which was recently organised by 3C students.