Pupils and teachers in Mary Immaculate Secondary School traveled to Hoorn in the Netherlands from the 7th to 12th of February last. This mobility involved the group of 16 students. It is the second stage of a very successful two year Erasmus Plus project.
Mary Immaculate were fortunate to be selected as just one of 57 schools nationally to be awarded the European Commission “Key action 2” project. The basis of the project involves students learning about core marketing principals and international enterprise. Last year’s transition year students exported products from the Burren Perfumery which were sold by their Dutch partners in Holland. In turn some of your readers may remember purchasing Dutch “Joda” cookies which were sold outside Fitzpatrick’s in Ennistymon. The proceeds given to local charity TLC 4 CF.