Wexford SEP 2022 RESULTS

Wexford Student Enterprise Programme 2021/2022 Competition Results

Below are the winners in the different award categories for this year’s Student Enterprise Programme (SEP) in County Wexford.

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National Awards

2nd Place in 'Intermediate' category:

Little People, Big Pasts - Aoibhínn Doyle, Louise Byrne, Ben Cassidy, Mathew Haskins, Ellie Byrne Donnelly

(Ramsgrange Community School: Ms Deirdre O'Donohue & Ms Louise Walsh)

'Best Business Report' award:

Clonough Handmade Soap - Niall O’Shaughnessy

(Gorey Community School: Mr Andrew Killane)

Wexford Student Enterprise Programme - County Awards

SENIOR CATEGORY

WINNER

Clonough Handmade Soap - Niall O’Shaughnessy

(Gorey Community School: Mr Andrew Killane)

 

RUNNER-UP

200 Year Handcrafted Slates & Bottles – Saramay Walsh

(Our Lady of Lourdes, New Ross: Ms Niamh Lynam)

 

JOINT THIRD PLACE

Clear Mind - Mairead Mahon

(FCJ Bunclody: Mr Paul Fitzgerald)

&

Zodaline - Erinn Clare and Shauna D’Arcy

(Creagh College: Mr Daniel Condren)

 

INTERMEDIATE CATEGORY

WINNER

Little People, Big Pasts - Aoibhínn Doyle, Louise Byrne, Ben Cassidy, Mathew Haskins, Ellie Byrne Donnelly

(Ramsgrange Community School: Ms Deirdre O'Donohue & Ms Louise Walsh)

 

JUNIOR CATEGORY

WINNER

Simply Recycled - Erin McNamara and Ellen Chapman

(Ramsgrange Community School: Ms Louise Walsh)

LCVP/LCA AWARD

Play Plax – (Layla Bergin, Cody Chun on Ho, Lucy Farrell, Rebecca Furlong, Amie Healy, Alisha Holden, Lilly Jones, David Kelly, Ashleigh Kemp, Aoife Mahon, Brandon McEneaney, Ava O`Connor, Dylan O` Dwyer and Devin Pitman)

(Selskar College: Ms Mari Prendergast)

 

JUNIOR/INTERMEDIATE BEST POSTER

Sunset Jewellery - Maggie Byrne

(Ramsgrange Community School: Ms Louise Walsh)

 

JUNIOR/INTERMEDIATE BEST INTERVIEW

Chloe’s Soap - Chloe Weafer

(Enniscorthy Community College: Ms Sinéad O’Donovan and Ms Evelyn Barry)

 

SENIOR BEST INTERVIEW

Modified Jewellery – Megan Pernagallo, Aleksandra Lukasik, Sahadat Alao Akinyomi

(St Mary's Secondary School, New Ross: Ms Emma Dwyer)

 

SENIOR BEST REPORT

Precious Pebbles – Jenna Kirwan and Jessie Redmond

(Coláiste Bríde, Enniscorthy: Ms Margo Whelan)

 

ENVIRONMENT AWARDS WINNERS (x2)

Bright Sparks – James Kenny

(Bunclody Vocational College: Ms Sinéad Kinsella and Ms Aoife Martin)

 

Cool Coasters – Ryan O’ Toole Graham and Alex O’Connor

(Coláiste and Átha, Kilmuckridge: Ms Cathy Reddy)

 

SOCIAL IMPACT AWARD WINNERS (x2)

Feed The World - Eve Donohoe and Ruby Donaghue

(Loreto Wexford: Mr Enda O'Sullivan and Ms Cathleen Skelton)

 

Wildlife Calendars – Holly Rothwell and Sara Williamson

(FCJ Bunclody: Mr Dean Farrell)

 

CREATIVITY AWARD

The Tote Tree - Fiona O’Mahony, Amy Whelan and Melissa Quirke

(Presentation Wexford: Mr Ciaran Walsh)

 

COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL AWARD

KF Media – Keenan Fitzpatrick

(Gorey Community School: Ms Lisa Nangle)

 

INNOVATION AWARD

Hold My Hurl - Adam Cairney and Conor O'Brien

(St Mary's CBS, Enniscorthy: Ms Martina Barry)

MERIT AWARD WINNERS (x6)

SLOGS Handmade Christmas Logs – Geoffrey Barry

(CBS Wexford: Ms Ann Barry)

Conor's Candies – Conor O’Neill

(CBS New Ross: Ms Patricia Doran)

 

Ruby's Resins – Ruby Redmond

(Bridgetown College: Ms Sinéad Fortune)

 

Siopa Milseáin & Scaiceanna MSG - Dara Cahill and Rhyan Whelan

(Meánscoil Gharman: Mr Patrick Ó Dubháin)

 

Wexford Golf Balls - Jack Berry, Eoin Martin and Dean Goldsmith

(St Peter’s College, Wexford: Mr Patrick Ryan)

 

Hooks & Wicks - Conor McGuinness and Liam Talbot

(CBS Wexford: Ms Ann Barry)

 

Congratulations everybody!

Well done to ALL the mini-companies (approx. 500!) that started with an idea and managed to bring it to market in any form this year. This is a fantastic achievement in and of itself. Many people have great ideas throughout their lives but very few make something happen! The 1100+ students who took part in this year’s Student Enterprise Programme in County Wexford now have the skills and experience to make it happen. Here’s to the entrepreneurs and problem-solvers of the future. Well done all.

A huge and sincere ‘thank you’ to all 45 teachers involved across the entire programme this year, many of whom are not mentioned above but who put in fantastic effort to help over students across the county turn their enterprise ideas into a reality.

 

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