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Cushla Dromgool-Regan with Anna Quinn and Dr Noirín Burke from the Explorers Education Programme based in Galway, getting ready to distribute the My Explorers Seashore Guide Workbook now also available in Irish Mo Threoir Don Chladach Leabhar Oibre to schools taking part in the Marine Institute’s Explorers Education Programme. Photo Joe Regan.
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December 11, 2020

Connecting children, parents, teachers and the media with the seashore in Ireland.

Clontuskert students in front of newly installed solar panels sponsored by Microsoft SSE Airtricity and Activ8. Photo courtesy of St. Augustine's N.S. from Clonstuskert, in County Galway
November 13, 2020

St. Augustine's N.S. Clontuskert, from County Galway.

November 12, 2020

The Marine Institute is also encouraging children to get creative and colour in a picture of the RV Celtic Explorer.

Shark diaramma by Wexford primary school children. Photo Padraic Creedan, The Explorers Education Programme Outreach Officer.
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November 4, 2020

They recently took part in the Marine Institute Explorers Education Programme.

Explorers Outreach officer Carmel Madigan shows off the project workbook 'An Ocean of Stories – My Explorers Personal Story' where she will be working with classes remotely in County Clare.
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October 23, 2020

New resources for primary school teachers and children.

Lots of treasures and oddities found on Grattan Beach in Galway by Padraic Creedon and Anna Quinn (Galway Atlantaquaria) and Cushla Dromgool-Regan (The Camden Education Trust) who represented the Explorers Education Programme, as part of the EMSEA-Atlantic network on World Cleanup Day.
September 22, 2020

looking for Trash and Treasures on the Seashore.