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Palm Oil – why should we stop using it?

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Palm oil is an edible vegetable oil, that comes from palm trees which are native to West Africa. It is the world’s most used vegetable oil (66 million tons are produced every year) and has been used for centuries in food, medicine and manufacturing. According to the WWF...
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Ariana Grande – a great inspiration to many

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Ariana Grande is my favourite artist, I love her music, her style and her acting too. She has been on the stage for the past 13 years and her popularity goes from strength to strength. Let’s take a look at her achievements in more detail. Ariana Grande Butera...
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Michael Phelps: my swimming inspiration

Michael Phelps is the best swimmer ever who has inspired many to swim including me. Over his long career he has won 23 gold medals, 3 silvers and 2 bronze. He’s swam in all of the major tournaments including the Olympics and the World Champions. But do you...
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Christmas Gifts For Mums, Dads and Parents

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Element5 Digital If you are struggling to think of a present for your parents this Christmas, this blog is written for you! I have been doing lots of research into some ideal gifts for all kinds of mums and dads – take a look and let me know which...
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School Council 2018

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Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community. This year our school council elections have really taken flight, it is nearly time to vote – FRIDAY 19TH! Our...
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How Irish Dancing Competitions work

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Getting started with Irish dancing In CRDM Irish dancing (Cumman Rince De Mheasa) there are four levels to compete at. Beginner A, Beginner B, Intermediate and Open. Open is the highest level and beginner A is the lowest. In other Irish dancing associations like CRLG and ORNC there...
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