A Celebration of SciFest@TCPID

A Celebration of SciFest@TCPID
A Celebration of Three Years of SciFest@TCPID

SciFest@TCPID (Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities) is traditionally the last SciFest STEM fair of the academic year and a true celebration of the very nature of SciFest: open-to-all, fun, inclusive and embracing diversity. The students who participate are amazing, and it would be difficult not to be inspired by their enthusiasm. As well as developing their STEM-related skills, participation in SciFest
helps them to grow in confidence and to develop their communication and presentation skills. SciFest@TCPID also provides an opportunity for the students to celebrate their achievements with their parents, grandparents, family and friends.

We are deeply disappointed for the students that this year’s SciFest@TCPID which was due to take place today, Thursday, 28 May in the Science Gallery had to be cancelled due to COVID-19. We wish
the students well for the future and very much look forward to healthier and happier times and to SciFest@TCPID 2021.

To celebrate three years of SciFest@TCPID Marie Devitt, Pathways Coordinator, TCPID has put together a news item in place of the actual exhibition to mark the date. See the link to the article below.

01 2020
SciFest@School in St Wolstan's Community School, Clane Road, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
10 2020
SciFest@School in Stratford College, 1 Zion Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6
12 2020
SciFest@Teen-Turn, The Digital Exchange, Crane St, Dublin 8
15 2020
SciFest@School in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Grammar School, Saint Patrick's Close, Dublin 8
Michael D. Higgins, Patron of SciFest
SciFest is a registered charity.

Michael D. Higgins
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