Rathgar trainee wins nationwide gas safety competition

Sixth Class student Paddy Scannell from Rathgar National Institution has actually won a nationwide poster competitors to raise awareness of carbon monoxide gas and also the dangers that it can pose in our houses.

Previously this year, Gas Networks Ireland, in partnership with Junior Accomplishment Ireland (JAI), required entrances to its carbon monoxide (Carbon Monoxide) security poster competitors. Students who finished the Energize Scientific research, Technology, Engineering as well as Math (STEM) instructional programme were qualified to get in.

The competitors got numerous remarkable entrances from all over Ireland, yet it was Paddy’s poster, ‘Lethal/Safe– just a carbon monoxide alarm can tell,’ that was deemed the winner. Paddy was presented with an iPad by Gas Networks Ireland for usage in his institution class.

Gas Networks Ireland Energize Poster Competitors Champion, Paddy Scannell, aged 12, Christina van der Kamp, Gas Networks Ireland and Oisin Brady, Teacher. Photo by Shane O’Neill, Coalesce. As a result of Covid-19 relevant constraints, JAI, which just recently marked ten years in partnership with Gas Networks Ireland, currently runs its effective STEM education program, Energize, online. The resources from the program are also readily available free to download at www.jai.ie to sustain finding out at home.o have Energize supplied in your college, please contact JAI at [email protected].

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