Bully 4U

Our parents association would like to invite all parents to attend a presentation from Bully 4U on the topic of cyber bullying. The talk will be held on Wednesday September 30th at 7.30 pm in room 3. This is a wonderful opportunity for parents to educate themselves about this very serious issue.

For more information on the work of Bully 4U please check out their website - www.Bully4U.ie

Bush scoops top awards at BT Young Scientist 2014.

Bush scoops top awards at BT Young Scientist 2014.

Conor Ryan, Stephen Lynch and Stephen Woods, impressed the judges with their project ‘Moo Boot – Protective Boots for Cows’and came away with a Highly Commended award as well as a special award from the Irish Patents Office. The transition year students have a keen interest in farming and put their experience and knowledge to good use in designing a protective and healing boot for cattle called ‘Moo Boot’.

The function of the boot is to tackle the expensive problem of foot rot, a bacterial infection which leads to pain and underperformance in livestock, subsequently costing farmers thousands of euro. Team member Stephen Woods came up with the idea after seeing his father, who is a local farmer, using wellies for the cows feet and thought that it would be much better to have a specialised boot which could address whatever foot problems livestock may have.

Bush student Kevin Murphy and his project ‘Comparing attitudes to MMA compared to GAA’ also won a ‘Highly Commended’ award. He discovered that people believed mixed martial arts to be more dangerous than GAA but the evidences he complied from local physios suggests different. He wishes to further investigate his findings. The school were proudly represented by four groups at the prestigious competition, the largest of its kind in Europe. All students had a wonderful time and are already planning their projects for next year.

Junk Kouture 2015


Well done to our transition year students who got through to the Junk Kouture Final in the 3 Arena on 24th April 2015.

Overall we had two entries from our school representing the East region at this year’s final. The two teams were 'Clean and Shaven' by Adam Traynor, Cathal Grogan and Sean McGrane and 'Netural' by Amie Murphy and Eilis McSherry.

They were two of the twenty outfits representing the Leinster Region at this year’s Junk Kouture Final.   

'Clean and Shaven' also won best performance at this year’s Trashion Fashion event in the Fairways Hotel.




   Amie Murphy (TY Art)

   Team mate: Eilis McSherry






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  Adam Traynor (TY Art )

  Team mates : Cathal Grogan and Sean Mc Grane .






Green-Schools Flag

Bush Post Primary are delighted to have been awarded their first Green-Schools flag, at an award ceremony in the Helix, DCU, Dublin, on Thursday 21st May.  The flag was achieved by the Green-School committee by examining the impact of litter and waste on the environment and exploring practical means for reducing the amount of litter and waste produced by the school. greenschools

The committee has worked tirelessly for over two years holding such events as recycling week, competing successfully in Junk Kouture, spring cleans, ensuring all students are knowledgeable of the benefits of recycling and introducing composting. The Green-Schools committee are delighted to have generated a culture of environmental awareness within the school and look forward to obtaining their next flag which concentrates on reducing energy consumption.

The school would like to take this opportunity to thank all students, teachers and County Council members,who helped in this rewarding process.

2nd year girls' basketball

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Well done to the 2nd year girls' basketball team who reached the league final.

The girls played an excellent game against St. Joseph's Mercy, Navan and unfortunately were beaten by 2 points (1 basket).

Congratulations to the girls for getting so far in the league and on receiving silver medals for their excellent effort.






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