Energy is the second theme that schools undertake. This theme looks at the steps which can be taken to reduce energy consumption and raise awareness of climate change issues.

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In 2016 Green-Schools students saved 19kWh of energy per person, per year – enough energy to power a TV for three full days!

Case studies

Scoil Íde, Artane

Scoil Íde is a girls primary school located in Artane, Dublin. There are 185 students and 20 teaching [...]

Moneygall National School

Moneygall National School is a mixed primary school in Offaly. There are 70 students and five teaching staff. [...]

Duiske College, Graignamanagh

Duiske College is a small, co-educational vocational secondary school that provides post-primary and post-leaving certificate (PLC) education for [...]

Working on Green-Schools has helped to create awareness about the energy we use in our lives and where this comes from. The children realise that we can all help to save energy-even by taking small steps in our day to day lives and they have also taken this message home!
Scoil Naomh Úna, Shielbaggan, New Ross, Co. Wexford

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Claire McDonald
Claire McDonaldGreen-Schools Officer