On Wednesday 27 November, the first year attended a workshop in TU and participated in a challenge project to build balloon cars from upcycled and recycled materials. The aim was to test the thinking and motor skills of the students in order to design and create a moveable object. The students had to work out how forces, friction, energies and ergonomics would affect their concepts and creations and to problem solve any difficulties encountered. This workshop is part of a cross curricular link with TU and Presentation Warrenmount and a school/college initiative in promoting STEAM (science, technology, engineering art and maths) subjects among young women.
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Presentation Secondary School Warrenmount is a Catholic Voluntary Secondary School for girls only, operating under the Trusteeship of CEIST.
Delighted to welcome Kieran and the team @bimmdublin and @thedigitalhub to our school today to present their exciting music workshop. Looking forward to a high take up from our students as they develop their #music skills.3
Great feedback today& looking forward to welcoming all back tomorrow am for the workshops@syngestreetcbs @PresSSWarrenmt, CBS Westland Row #ItsOkNotToBeOk https://twitter.com/ThomasKearns12/status/1224730882818355200
Delighted to participate in todays launch of #scholarsIRL @_AccessEd @tcddublin and looking forward to working with @Medieval_Panda in the coming weeks @ceist1 @JMB_Secretariat @PresSisNE
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