EPAS Evaluation

This year’s TY’s have undertaken a new programme from the European Parliament, in this program they have run a number of activities to educate and inform about the EU Parliament and the upcoming Elections for the new Parliament.

The activities have included quizzes, videos, cultural dances from other countries and updating information on our EU notice board.

On Thursday 7th of March 4 of the Junior Student Ambassadors met with Lauren Carroll on behalf of EPAS (European Parliament Ambassador Schools Programme) to evaluate our running of the programme this year in Loreto.

Her comments to the school were:

“I wanted to thank you and your Junior Ambassadors for such a lovely, warm welcome to your school yesterday. You’re doing a fantastic job at delivering the EPAS Programme, so well done! The Junior Ambassadors are a credit to your school. They were a very strong bunch of girls and great advocates of the programme. Good luck to the third rotation who are starting.”

Well done to Sinead, Sarah, Ceelin and Mary on representing your classes so well.