Tag Archives: #feilte

Interview with Peter O Mahony, Billy Holland and Duncan Williams of Munster Rugby

On the eve of Féilte, we in YMT meet to strategise and plan for the busy day ahead. This year’s planning had an added bonus – we had a chance meeting with the Munster Rugby team who were staying in the hotel strategising and planning for their big game with Leinster. They kindly gave of their time to answer a few YMT questions and told us about their lives as professional rugby players and in keeping with the spirit of FÉILTE, about some teachers who inspired them. Thanks to Peter, Billy and Duncan 🙂

Denis, Jack, Lorcan, Amy, Roisin, Anna and Cara
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Interview with Showcases at #Feilte – Part 2

Elena and Amy interviewed Maeve Liston who is involved in the Mallow School Project. She told us what the Mallow School Project involved and how it benefits schools.

Amy and Roisin interviewed a teacher and student teacher from Lacken National School. They spoke about their new STEAM room and what their showcase at Feilte was about.

Amy, Cara and Anna interviewed Bertie Callanan at Feilte today. Bertie is a secondary school teacher in St. Marys Nenagh.

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Interview with the Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton at Feilte

Today at Feilte Lorcan and Elena had the opportunity to interview Richard Bruton, Minister for Education and Skills. Minister Bruton spoke to us about the Digital Strategy and the new Digital Learning Framework. He gave us an insight into inclusive education in the Junior Cycle and also spoke about coding and Computer Science. The Minister also shared his personal story of his Honours maths teacher.

Lorcan and Elena
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Interview with Adam Harris

Denis and Amy interviewed Adam Harris at Féilte 2017. He spoke about how having autism has its ups and downs. He told us that despite his autism holding him back from certain things it also has positive aspects. He talked about his experiences in school and how other schools can help people with Autism feel included and comfortable in the school environment.

Amy and Denis

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