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To grace the playing field in an All-Ireland final at any level is an honour fortunate to be bestowed upon a select few participants.
Students from Moate Community School attained prestigious acclaim at the National Student Enterprise Finals when their collective endeavour, Cosy Covers’, a simple eco-friendly, sewn aide that takes the hazard of removing hot kitchenware from a microwave, was awarded ‘Best Commercial Potential’ in the Junior Category.
Reflective of their consistent dedication to the development and enhancement of the Sensory Garden at Dun na Si Heritage Park in Moate, Transition Year students from Moate Community School received due formal recognition of their feat, claiming the 'Further Growth' award at the national Young Environmentalist Awards which were announced in recent times.
The Westmeath Division Garda Youth awards, a night which paid homage to young people who have overcome adversity or challenging circumstances and recognises those who have made a contribution to enhancing their communities, took place in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar, in recent times.
The fourth National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) table quiz featuring transition year students of secondary schools from Athlone and the Midlands region took place in the Nursing and Health Sciences building at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) recently.
The creative theatrical mind of Melanie Arnold, a transition year student from Moate Community School, was duly rewarded as she claimed success in the Schools Playwright competition, an annual event hosted as part of the RTE All Ireland Drama Festival Fringe.
The combined science intellectuals of the local schools took part in the annual Midland regional science quiz hosted by the Department of Life and Physical Sciences at Athlone Institute of Technology.
A large group of parents, teachers and students attended a very successful event in the Athlone Civic Chamber on Friday last to mark an exciting and innovative Junior Mayor initiative which has been introduced to primary and secondary schools in the Athlone Municipal District area by Mayor of Athlone, Cllr. Frankie Keena.
Castledaly native and former Moate Community School student Alan Henson was one of 72 students from around the country to be presented with an excellence scholarship at a special ceremony held in NUIG.