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Science conference for local parents

At the launch of thinking STEM in Portlaoise College laboratories were Caitriona Sweeney Science Teacher, Jim Enright Director of Laois Education Centre, Amy Mullally Maths Teacher, Joe Gleeson Engineering Teacher, Yvonne Lacumber Laois Education Centre, Noel Daly Principal of Portlaoise College and Michael Cairns Assistant Head Boy

At the launch of thinking STEM in Portlaoise College laboratories were Caitriona Sweeney Science Teacher, Jim Enright Director of Laois Education Centre, Amy Mullally Maths Teacher, Joe Gleeson Engineering Teacher, Yvonne Lacumber Laois Education Centre, Noel Daly Principal of Portlaoise College and Michael Cairns Assistant Head Boy

The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) conference for parents and students of 4th and 5th classes - in preparation for post-primary school will take place in Portlaoise next week.

Based on the success of last year’s STEM Conference and series of workshops, Laois Education Centre in partnership with Portlaoise College is offering a unique opportunity for 4th and 5th class pupils to participate in a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) Workshop/Conference on Monday May 19 from 6pm to 8.30pm.

Parents and students will experience Science/Technology/Engineering/Maths in state of the art laboratories with experienced teachers.

There is no fee for this conference. Booking is essential and places are limited and will be allocated on a first serve basis. To book a place contact Yvonne (yvonne@laoisedcentre.ie or phone 057 8672400) with the following details: Parent(s) name and mobile number, child’s name, primary school attending and class, by Thursday May 15. Early Booking is advisable.

 

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