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eTwinning National and European Quality Label Winners 2018

Wed, Dec 5th, 2018

eTwinning Quality Labels are granted to teachers whose projects demonstrate strong evidence of integration into the curriculum, excellent communication and exchange between partner schools, as well as pedagogical innovation and clear collaborative teamwork.

Well done to our 2018 National and European Quality Label winners! All the winners were invited to our Léargas Forum on 01 November 2018 to receive their prizes.

National Quality Label Winners 2018

  • Karen Murnane, St. Patrick’s NS, Bruree, Co. Limerick – European Day of Languages – Short Project – “I’ve got a frog in my throat!”
  • Annemarie O’Donovan, St. Michael’s Church of Ireland N.S., Blackrock, Co. Cork – Friends en Forme
  • Laura McNamara, St. Joseph’s College, Lucan, Co. Dublin – My Country, Your Country
  • Sara Freeman, Ballinspittle National School – Stories and Art Together
  • Carol Fynn, St. Colman’s College Cork – Stamp Stories and We are Europe
  • R Stokes, Dominican College Sion Hill, Blackrock – Mi vida y Yo
  • Ronan O’ Sullivan, Davis College Mallow, Co. Cork. Top ten disappearing treasures of Europe
  • Jenny Bell, Whitecross National School, Julianstown Co. Meath – Past Generations, New Innovations
  • Glenda Mc Keown, Our Lady of Fatima Special School, Wexford – Making Friends
  • Siobhán Daly, Our Lady’s Secondary School, Monaghan – Tradiations de Paques/Easter Traditions
  • Amy Coffey, Gaelscoil dehÍde, Roscommon – Let’s Create a Book! Nuestro Libro
  • Elaine Sweeney, Our Lady of Mercy College, Beaumont, Dublin 9 – Love it or Hate It and Transmission for the Global Goals

European Quality Label Winners 2018

    • Carol Fynn, St. Colman’s College. Fermoy Co. Cork – Stamp Stories
    • Elaine Sweeney, Our Lady’s of Mercy College, Beaumont, Dublin 9 – Love It or Hate It and Transmission for the Global Goals
    • Jenny Bell, Whitecross National School, Julianstown Co. Meath – Past Generations, New Innovations
    • Karen Murnane, St. Patrick’s NS, Bruree, Co. Limerick – European Day of Languages – Short Project – “I’ve got a frog in my throat!”
    • Liz Mulry, Eglish National School, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway – Invaders: How They Shaped Europe
    • Ronan O’Sullivan, Davis College, Mallow, Co. Cork – (1) Top ten disappearing treasures of Europe & (2) Beyond the Borders
    • R Stokes, Dominican College, Sion Hill, Blackrock, Co. Dublin – Mi vida y yo