5th Biology end of term project. The brief was to produce a 3D cell structure using recycled household materials. The Science department was very impressed with creativity and problem solving skills. Great work guys !
First, second and third place winners at the first and second year science quiz held this week and a few other photos of the day
Hazelwood Junior Cycle Science students Tara O’Brien (left) and Lauren Moran (right) who came third in the Competition for their project on Migraine Awareness in recent Regional Sci-Fest Final.
Ruairí Hannigan (left) and Ronan O’Connor (right), Hazelwood College Junior Cycle Science students are pictured after winning the Irish Science Teachers Association Award for their Scifest Project, which was an investigation into the production of Selenium enriched dairy products with commercial potential. The group project by Ruairí, Ronan and Liam Power, (absent from picture) also won second place in the Junior Life Sciences Competition.
Transition Year Science students form Hazelwood College, Ava Mullane (left) and Mary Kate Fehin (right) are pictured with their award for ‘Best Project in Behavioural Science’ for their project ‘Accents: The Unspoken About Prejudice’
Hazelwood College students Jamie Hennessy, Sean O’Connor and David Noonan are pictured with their award for Best Project in Waste Prevention and Source Efficiency Competition for their project ‘Poo Power: An Investigation into the Use of Different Manure to Determine which Produces the Highest Energy Content.
Best of Luck to our 13 students taking part in this years BT Young Scientist Competition.
This year 5 group projects from our students qualified for the prestigious national competition.
The titles of this years entries are:
An Exploratory Investigation into the Acoustical Conditions Experienced by both Primary and Second Level students in County Limerick – Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Group
An investigation into the use of various manures from different animals to determine which has the greatest energy supply to farms – Technology Group
An investigation into the production of Selenium-enriched dairy products with commercial potential. – Biological and Ecological Group
MIGRAINE – IT’S NOT JUST A HEADACHE!! – Social and Behavioural Sciences Group
Accents – The Unspoken About Prejudice – Social and Behavioural Sciences Group
Entrants of the Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, in the Behavioural Science category, are Mary Kate Fehin and Ava Mullane, pictured at Hazlewood College, Dromcollogher
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Science Week Ireland 2016 was celebrated at Hazelwood College with the eighth Annual Primary Schools’ Science Quiz on Thursday night, November 17th. All local primary schools were invited to attend this exciting event to promote Science Week. It was wonderful to welcome all of the primary school pupils, teachers, parents and friends who attended on the night. During eight rounds of questioning all of the primary pupils thoroughly impressed with their teamwork and knowledge. Spectacular lucky dip spot prizes and tasty, fruity refreshments were very popular among the eager pupils at the half-time break. As the end of the quiz came close, excitement was high as the top three placed teams became apparent. Congratulations to Courtney Boys National School in Newcastle West, who were overall winners, with Broadford National School coming in second place and Ballyagran National School placing third. Thank you and well done to all the teams from Dromcollogher, Tullylease, Monagea, Ballingarry, Milford, Dromina, Ratheena, Feenagh, Mahoonagh and Gaelscoil O Doghair.
The Courtney Boys’ School quiz team who won the recent Hazelwood College Annual Science Week Quiz
Scoil Mhuire, Broadford, silver medalists in the Hazelwood College Annual Primary School’s Science Week Quiz
Hazelwood College students recently attended the SciFest science fair hosted by Limerick Institute of Technology. Here are some photos from the day.
Picture a: Hazelwood College Transition Year students (from left to right) Aoife Kiely, Eoin Donegan, Laura O’Connell pictured above with their project, “To investigate whether e – cigarettes are beneficial after quitting regular cigarettes”. The three students entered their project for SciFest, which is a series of one-day science fairs for second-level students hosted locally in schools and regional level in third level colleges.
Picture b Transition Year students from Hazelwood College (from left) Aisling Cunningham, Nicola Madden and Bríd Flanagan are pictured with their project, ‘Defrost the Frost’ at Limerick SciFest, which was held in Limerick Institute of Technology recently. Their project set out to investigate the speeding up of the defrosting process of frozen foods.
Picture c Hazelwood College Transition Year students (left to right) Jamie Singleton, Andy Quaid and Paul Power are pictured at Limerick SciFest, which was held at Limerick Institute of Technology recently, where their project, an investigate if there is a correlation between the type of music people listen to and their academic results was among those displayed.
Picture d Hazelwood College second year student Elaine Kennedy is pictured with her entry to Limerick SciFest recently. The project, which won an award of Highly Commended was an investigation into the use of pesticides.
Picture e Hazelwood College second year science teacher Ms Martina Matthews congratulates Elaine Kennedy on the receipt of her Highly Commended Certificate for her investigation into the use of pesticides at the recent Limerick SciFest, which was hosted at Limerick Institute of Technology recently.
Picture f Hazelwood College second year student Elaine Kennedy, being awarded her Highly Commended Certificate at Limerick SciFest recently, for her project investigating the effect of the use of pesticides.
Picture g Hazelwood College students Roisín Noonan, Ciara McCarthy (both second year) and Aoife O’Callaghan (first year) are pictured with their project “Does Wisdom Come With Age?” for the recent Limerick SciFest. Their investigation focused on whether people were influenced by outside factors and whether different age groups would respond differently to a same question. The project won a trophy in the Maths and Science category of the competition.
Picture h Hazelwood College Science students (from left to right) Ciara McCarthy, Roisin Noonan and Aoife O’Callaghan are congratulated by their Science teacher Ms Martina Matthews on winning a trophy in the Maths and Science category of Limerick SciFest, held recently in Limerick IT. The students investigated the factors that affect how people in different age groups respond to questions.
Picture I Hazelwood College students Ciara McCarthy, Roisin Noonan and Aoife O’Callaghan are presented with their trophy in the Maths and Science category of Limerick SciFest recently.