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Make a Change for Charity!

Fourth Class pupils at Scoil Choca Naofa repurposed paper to make some attractive eco-friendly Christmas decorations which they sold to staff in the lead up to Christmas. The proceeds were donated to the St. Vincent de Paul society.

The pupils contributed to having a sustainable and eco-friendly Christmas by creating unique Christmas crafts using recyclable and repurposed materials.

By participating in this project, the pupils believe they have inspired their school community to repurpose materials at home and have encouraged others to be more environmentally responsible when gifting ansd decorating during times of celebrations.

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