thank you all

1. Marie Finn, Philomena Donnelly & Joan Keating speakers on ‘Thinking Time’. Also thanks to Margaret Sorohan who chaired the session.

2. Pupils from St Ciaran’s Community School, Kells & Ballinamore Community School, Leitrim talking about ‘Class Swap’. This session was chaired by Martin O’Reilly, Principal St Oliver Post Primary, Oldcastle.

3.Seated: Dermot Dix, Eugene McGee and Paul Beddy, speakers on the ‘Playing the Game’ panel. Standing is Joe Humphreys, Education Correspondent the Irish Times who chaired.

4. The ‘Everything’s an Educator’ panel (LtoR): Carmel Duffy, Grace Lawlor and Aidan Walsh, with John Harnett, from An Taisce who chaired the session.

5. John Quinn interviewed Thomas Pakenham in Matthews Auction Rooms, Oldcastle

6. Some of the artists exhibiting with PRO for the Gilson Summer School, Tracey Holsgrove, (LtoR): Margaret McKenna, (Tracey), Dave Gavin, Eleanor Thompson and Lisa Brady.

7. Keynote speaker, Declan Coyle.

8. Brendan Holland from the¬†Killeeshil & Clonaneese Historical Society with Mary O’Rourke who launched the Summer School.

9. Mary O’Rourke with artist Brendan Melia and his family.

10. Some of the Summer School committee members with Brendan Holland and other members of the Killeeshil & Clonaneese Historical Society (KCHS): Standing LtoR: Malachy Hand, Martin Shortt, member KCHS, Gerry Boylan, Sue Russell, Fidelma Gibney, Tracey Holsgrove, Tommy Moore. Seated: member KCHS and Brendan Holland.

11. Some of the audience at the Transition Year’s presentation in St Oliver Post Primary, Oldcastle.

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  1. I was honoured to be part of this year’s Gilson Summer School. Thank you!

  2. Thanks Margaret, It was great to have you there!

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