It has been a well accepted fact that men are basically clueless to whatever it is that attracts women.
In fact, some reports contend that women are so hard to comprehend that even if men master how to decode their body language, still, they just could not understand women, in one way or another. This means that almost 70% of the men population in Ireland contends that whatever they do, they still could not figure out how to understand women.
Congratulations to KTCS Green Schools in receiving their 3rd International Green Flag. This is a wonderful achievement for KTCS, well done!
A special thanks to all who have helped in achieving this excellent award.
We started off with the base of the dress by sticking beads and pearls to the shoulders to add bling, we then put coke can tabs along the straps. Murphy and to assistant coaches Colin English and James Ebbs. Their poject is titled 'Can Fidgeting Help To Focus and Concentrate in The Classroom and What The Most Suitable ‘Fidget’'.
We added broken pieces of CDs to the front to give the top a mirror effect. Then from the waist down we stuck on coffee filters which had been stained with coffee and scrunched up into small flowers. A lot of “coffee filter” flowers had to be used to achieve the fullness of the dress. KTCS topped the group and now qualify for the regional midlands semi-final which will be played after midterm. Well done to the 1st Year Girls Spikeball team who have qualified for the All-Ireland Finals next week in Dublin.
A group of students from Kildare Town Community School came together to design a dress made of various materials, including coffee filters, lace curtains and beads from jewellery.. This is their first time to enter the competition and they are delighted to get through to the Regional Finals. Their teachers are Edel Bartley and Mairead Murphy. Kildare Town Community School is under the joint patronage of the Dioceses and Kildare and Wicklow ETB.