Local pupils leave their mark on St Joseph’s Boys’ HS, Newry

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Friday, March 27th, 2015
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Year 12 pupils planted trees around the grounds of St Joseph’s Boys’ HS, Newry to commemorate their time and experiences over the last five years at the school.
Year 12 pupils from St Joseph's

Year 12 pupils from St Joseph’s

Project coordinator, Mr Brendan Fearon, explained that the trees are symbolic of the pupils’ growth and development during their post-primary education, whilst also recognising the important nurture, support and care they received from staff along the way. He thanked the Woodland Trust for their assistance in the project and explained that the trees would be an ever present reminder of the pupils for many more years to come. For more images: www.stjosephsnewry.com

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