Home Economics - Junior Certificate School Programme (PP4 – PP7)
To celebrate National Fish and Chip Day, students made their very own fish fingers and cooked them in a healthy way! They cooked their fish in the oven. They also used wholemeal breadcrumbs and adapted the...
It’s hiding in our food!!
A new report has warned, sweet-toothed children in Ireland are consuming two-and-a-half times more sugar every day than they should!
Ireland is among several European countries where youngsters are eating or drinking more than the recommended maximum intake of “free” sugars.
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