Category Archive: Business

Mar 31

Further Congratulations to D for Dog

Well done to the TY Mini Company ‘D for Dog’. The company members, Hazel Lewis, Aoife Laffan Downs and Ciara Jennings got to the final of the Griffith College enterprise competition. The company was chosen with 16 others from 100 companies, to participate in the finals which were held in Griffith College on Wednesday 29th …

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Mar 29

Congratulations to TY Students: Mini Company

Wicklow Enterprise Mini-Company Competition Well done to ‘Grip it’ a TY mini company, who manufactured a product that helps you to carry heavy shopping bags. They won the prize for the ‘Most Innovative Idea ‘at the Wicklow County Enterprise finals held on Tuesday 28th March. Well done too to ‘D for Dog’ who won the …

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Mar 09

Wicklow County Enterprise Final

Well done to all the TY students who have been very busy all year making and selling their Mini Co products. A particular well done to the five Loreto Mini Companies who competed in the Wicklow County Enterprise Final today, Wednesday 8th March. The companies competing were Adopt a Buddy Hydrobottle Picture It Sweet Light …

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Feb 26

Congratulations on Junior Certificate Business results

      Well done to Aoife Clancy Molly Fitzgerald Ciara Sousa Heffernan Roisin Martin Shauna Smyth Alexandra Farrelly Shauna Galligan Eimear Martin Ciara Murphy and Alice Yu All of these students got an ‘A’ in Junior Certificate Business and were invited to a celebratory evening in Maynooth University on Tuesday 9th of February.. The …

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May 16

Congratulations to Emer Curtin

Niall Meany and Paul Doherty of BOI Bray worked with Business teacher Bridget Hough and with a team of transition year students this year. The TY  team with guidance from Ms Hough and the BOI representatives, successfully set up a school bank in the school. Lily Boyle was the Bank Manager. On Lily’s banking team …

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Jan 28


Each TY class runs a mini-company under the guidance of their mini company teacher. The students choose their management team. Once the product is chosen the class must market and sell that product during the school year.