Business Studies

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Davitt College STUDENTS Honoured for Junior Certificate Business Marks

Davitt College students were celebrating further academic success this week when they were presented with certificates of achievement from NUI Galway based on their Junior Certificate results. The students recorded an ‘A’ in their Higher Level Business Studies Examination 2014, and were among a group of 250 students from throughout Connacht to receive awards. The presentations, in association with the Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland (BSTAI), were made at a special ceremony at the university, to which teachers and parents were invited.

 

Pictured are: Back row (from left): Ms. Joan Walsh and Ms. Antoinette Hopkins, Business Studies Teachers; Meabh Murray; Laura Ryan; Ms. Bernie Rowland, Principal, Davitt College; Dr. Gerard Turley, NUI Galway; Front row (from left): Aidan Ruane; Emma Sheeran; Nicola Glennon and Simona Fernandes.

 

 

Junior Dragons Den

Congratulations to Davitt College students Ornaith Hopkins, Shannon Mangan and Claire McDonagh and their company Fíor

Dhathanna who competed in the National Finals of Junior Dragons Den in Dublin on Saturday, December 8th 2012.
Well done to the entrepreneurs on a fantastic achievement.

 

 

 

 

 

Davitt College “The Piggy Bank” – Build a Bank Challenge with AIB

Transition Year students in Davitt College are running their own bank in association with AIB

The Davitt College, Castlebar Transition Year Build a Bank team comprising of Holly Logan, Sean Murphy, Sarah Murray, Megan Palmer, Katie Reddington and Conor Reilly were congratulated and commended for their work by Mr. Brendan Heneghan, Mayor of Castlebar, at the official launch of their Build a Bank Challenge in association with AIB. Also in attendance at the official launch of their bank, “The Piggy Bank” were Ms. Bernie Rowland, Principal Davitt College; Mr. Austin O’Malley, AIB; Mr. Brendan Heneghan, Mayor of Castlebar; Ms. Michelle Howie, AIB; Ms Patricia Harrington and Ms. Joan Walsh, Business Teachers.

The Davitt College, Castlebar Transition Year Build a Bank team comprising of Holly Logan, Sean Murphy, Sarah Murray, Megan Palmer, Katie Reddington and Conor Reilly were congratulated and commended for their work by Mr. Brendan Heneghan, Mayor of Castlebar, at the official launch of their Build a Bank Challenge in association with AIB. Also in attendance at the official launch of their bank, “The Piggy Bank” were Ms. Bernie Rowland, Principal Davitt College; Mr. Austin O’Malley, AIB; Mr. Brendan Heneghan, Mayor of Castlebar; Ms. Michelle Howie, AIB; Ms Patricia Harrington and Ms. Joan Walsh, Business Teachers.

 

Transition Year Mini-Company

 

Transition Year students Melanie Nally and Roisin O'Shea selling Davitt College pens as part of their mini-company enterprise project. Pens cost €2 each!

Transition Year students Melanie Nally and Roisin O’Shea selling Davitt College pens as part of their mini-company enterprise project. Pens cost €2 each!

 

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