Huge success for Our Lady’s Secondary School Students at the Student Enterprise County Finals

Students from Our Lady’s Secondary School, Castleblayney, represented their school at the Student Enterprise County Finals and achieved fantastic results by recently receiving several Awards and now represent County Monaghan in the National Finals.

Sarah Myles, a second-year student, got an Award in the Creative Video Competition in the Junior Category, where student had to refer a new innovative product or service to their target market, state who their competitors were and explain how they were going to advertise their product or service. Sarah will represent County Monaghan in the National Finals in May with her innovative product - a water bottle which notifies the consumer when they would need to drink more water. Our lady’s Secondary School student Emily O’Reilly came second. Emily’s innovative idea was an exquisitely designed jewellery, which monitors insulins levels for people with diabetes. Erin McQuillan won the best quality video in this category. Her innovative business idea was a jewellery with GPS which would help to track elderly people suffering from Alzheimer’s. Adam and Pauric McBride got Award in Most Innovative Product and the overall Senior Category Award in the Senior Category. Boys will represent County Monaghan in the National Finals with their SoundSafe product, which allows to store earphones in a strong and durable semi-circular case. SoundSafe gives an extra layer of protection and prevents consumers from losing or damaging their earphones.

You can support Boys business by purchasing their innovative product on the following link: https://t.co/5PlMQGcar8 They are donating a portion of their profits to relief in Ukraine

Best of luck to all students representing County Monaghan in the National Finals.