St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush
Europe's first CFES School of Distinction

2021 SciFest National Final Nov 26th- 27thNov

St Josephs' Secondary School is ably represented here by three of our Fifth Year students Charlie Rice, Kerry Atowo and Joshua Gaffney. These three are SciFest@College 2021 Winners. We wish them and Mr Dunne the best of luck in tomorrows Final.
26-November-21
2021 SciFest National Final Nov 26th- 27thNov

St Josephs' Secondary School will be represented by Fifth Year Students Charlie Charlie, Kerry and Joshua at SciFests' National Final. At the SciFest National Final 2021 award-winning students compete for a number of prestigious awards. The final represents a culmination of a year's work for the students that, this year, is particularly impressive considering the context of school closures and other challenges presented by Covid-19.

Their SciFest@College Winning Project 'The Gamification of Man to Man Defence 'will compete in this years event. Click here for more information

This Project is a development of their Award wining BTYSTE 2021 Project, a great achievement for the students and the Science and Coding Departments.

This Years' National Final is again virtual so everyone can enjoy the talks and entertainment while supporting our three Science Super-Heros. The Final officially starts this evening, Friday 26 November, at 7:30pm with a series of talks, kicking off with a welcome address by Dr Niamh Shaw, Irish engineer, scientist, writer and performer. Talks will continue tomorrow Saturday, 27 November See the full Programme of Events and Speakers here

The Awards Ceremony will commence tomorrow Saturday 27 November at 4pm and can be viewed on the SciFest National Final website here or directly on YouTube here. Best of Luck to all the competitors.

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