The Schools’ Business Partnership is an educational inclusion programme that partners schools with business and empowers young students to take control of their future. It aims towards a higher rate of school completion and to enhance the educational experience for students, principals and teachers.
The benefits see students gain an insight into some of Ireland’s most progressive companies including leading technological, pharmaceutical, financial services and manufacturing companies and are given the knowledge and power to positively embrace the world of work.
The vision is to empower young students to take control of their future and to develop an appreciation for education.
We encourage our students to broaden their horizons, consider all the options available to them and to strive towards reaching their full potential.
St Aidan's C.S is partnered with Veolia who are involved in Transport, Energy management, Waste management and water services. On Tuesday 25th September Sr Ann, Principal and Anne-Marie McDonnell, Guidance Counsellor visited their Luas headquarters in Clondalkin to launch the project and meet the Managing Director Brian Brennan and four of the Veolia team, along with the school programme manager Germaine Noonan. All parties are enthusiatic about the partnership and the benefits both the school and Veolia will receive when the programme gets underway!