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College Awareness Week 2022

Posted on: 21 November 2022

Linda cheering with a group of sixth class students from Scoil Cholmcille. All are smiling with their hands in the air. The students are dressed in green 'College Awareness Week' t-shirts and wear black paper graduation caps.
Linda cheering with sixth class students at Scoil Cholmcille during College Awareness Week celebrations.

This year’s College Awareness Week was launched at Scoil Cholmcille Senior National School in Ballybrack on Monday, 21 November. Students entertained their guests with a brilliant performance on the djembe (African drums) and spoke about their hopes for further education.

Founded by Kathleen O’Toole-Brennan (Trinity Access Programme), College Awareness Week has been running for nine-years and is now a nationally-recognised event with colleges and schools all around the country taking part to promote the benefits of college, and highlight that college education should be accessible to everyone.

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Pictured below: Linda joins the students in a drumming session!

Linda sits with 3 students from Scoil Cholmcille, all playing the djembe. The students are dressed in green 'College Awareness Week' t-shirts and wear homemade, paper, black graduation caps. Five students from Scoil Cholmcille stand to the right of the photo, all looking left. Each is wearing a black paper graduation cap. A College Awareness Week poster stands in the background, filling the right of the photo.