25. May 2019

Loreto Student Council Action Plans

Student Council Training Day – November 2012

The day was facilitated by Máirin O’Toole, Loreto Bray and Blathnaidh Colhoun EDO in Croke Park.  It was attended by close to 100 students and 20 teachers including teachers and pupils from three of the primary schools.

 Aim of the Day

The aim of the day was to give students the opportunity to experience leadership in action while also providing them with the tools to run their students councils effectively. Students met in their own school groups but experienced the challenges of running meetings with people they had never met before.   Students worked on tasks and case studies together.

Evaluation of the Day

The evaluations were overwhelmingly positive. Students and teachers commented on the professional set-up in the venue. Students enjoyed meeting different people through the day. Groups had been carefully arranged before the event in direct response to students’ requests last year to be given the opportunity to mix and share ideas with students from other Loreto schools.

Student Council Action Plans 2012/2013

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Student Council Action Plans 2011/1012

The following is an account of the Student Council Action Plans in Loreto Schools for 2011 – 2012

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Student Council Training Day – November 2011

A total of 84 students and 14 teachers from Loreto Post-Primary schools attended the Student Council Training Day in the Gresham Hotel on the 9th November 2011.

The training was delivered by Máirín O’Toole, Loreto Bray and Blathnaidh Colhoun, Education Development Officer. Richard Quilliam from the Ombudsman for Children’s Office img 0375was the invited speaker. He outlined the work of the office and invited students/schools to visit the office and to use the venue for meetings or other activities.

Three schools made presentations regarding their activities and planned activities. They were Loreto Cavan, Crumlin and Foxrock.

Students were asked to submit Action Plans to the Office by Christmas if they were ready but by the end of January at the latest.