Come join us this Wednesday 12th @ The Purty Loft. All in aid of the Red Door School which provides child centred education for children with autism. Three fantastic performances to look forward to.
News & Events
The level 6 Animal Health Care students enjoyed a trip to the Irish National Stud in Kildare where they got a guided tour of the stud and learned about the ideal horse conformation and breeding programme at the stud. We met some of they’re top class Stalllions and got to see they’re foaling unit and judge a mare in foal on conformation.
"How to Overcome Failure" Martin progressed from DFEi in 2015. He now has his own hugely successful events company, Wide Variety. He has words of wisdom for Generation Z. Click below to watch his presentation
Rory's new EP just launched on Spotify is already gaining followers from Seattle to India. The Wicklow News this week features Rory and tracks his recent success in the world of electronic music production (EDM). Congratulations to Rory. The future is looking bright.
Congratulations to Rebecca. As a Climate Ambassador Rebecca will be part of a national network of young people that will try to make meaningful action and positive changes. As a start Rebecca suggests DFEi have more recyling facilities for students and for teachers to cut down on handouts.
Tiglin is a charity that works with homeless people. Our healthcare students and teachers made up over 50 practical gift boxes. Thank you to all students and staff who contributed.
Well done to all the Animal Heathcare students who raised over €1500 for charity. As well as Santa Paws, students organised a Cake Sale a "Shave or Dye" and a Doggie Walk down the West Pier. Fantastic work.
Great fun last Wednesday at DFEi Soccer Tournament, organised by PR5 students. Well done to all those who partipated and congrats to students from Science who took the trophy.
Read about the Smart Benches appearing across the county. An article by Alex Doyle, Robert Riley, Josh O’Connell & Ross Kearns, Advanced Certificate in Journalism for the Digital Age class (PJ6). Follow
Students learned about the many uses of waste water, from providing environmentally friendly fertilizer in agriculture to production of biomethane used to power the plant.