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Mrs. Jocelyn Brown from Ballycraigy Primary School, Antrim, has been named Northern Ireland’s ‘Green Teacher of the Year 2012’ at a recent awards ceremony at W5. More..
Environmental Specialist at IKEA, Belfast Nigel McGarry wants to pass on to the next generation of schoolchildren how they can do their bit to make our planet more sustainable. More..
The Trust is now offering free trees to schools, youth groups and community groups for planting next spring. The packs are proving popular, so apply for your trees now.
It’s hard to believe it’s almost half-term already. Though with the amount of activity happening in primary schools across Northern Ireland no wonder the weeks are flying by.
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The closing date has passed and ni4kids HQ was flooded with entries for the Aer Lingus Art for Schools competition. More..
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For the very first time, Aer Lingus ice hockey mascot Rover the Flying Clover has unveiled his brand new jersey, designed by Bethany Patterson from Moneyrea Primary School, winner of the Aer Lingus Art for Schools’ Competition 2011 at the first leg of the More..
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