I would like to say a huge thank you and well done to all the students who were involved in the open night lastnight. Maith sibh, you all showed great teamwork and commitment to the subject #teamhomeeconomics
Take a look at our Junk Kouture entry this year “A tell tale heart” here in St Dominic’s Secondary Ballyfermot. Up until recently mental health was considered a subject of taboo, the newspaper was a core feature of our design in order to demonstrate the power of media to influence optimism and fear. The layers … Continue reading
Ladies as part of your JCSP project I would like you to research the following areas in relation to the Celts. What they wore? Where did they source their raw materials that they used to make their clothes? How did they dye their clothes? What did they use as make up? Mac? Rimmel? Who were … Continue reading
Wish it was as easy to burn the calories stitching instead of running #runningstitch #HomeEconomics #stitchintime pic.twitter.com/wX8sDHjbof — Miss Mills (@msmillshomeec) January 26, 2015
© Students must complete a fashion journal as part of their end of module assessment. 1. Choose a fashion designer (e.g. Giorgio Armani,Mary Quant) or a fashion era (e.g. swinging sixties). 2.Find examples of the style of clothing linked to the designer or era and explain the influences behind the designs. 3.You must give a detailed … Continue reading
First years were busy cutting out their pattern today for their Christmas Owls. We will track our steps and keep you all up to date 👍
From old to new, it’s amazing what you can do! Today in the TY Home Economics interior design module the ladies put their nifty sewing skills to the test, as I’m sure they are a bit rusty from the junior certificate 👀! The ladies as part of their interior design module are learning fun and … Continue reading
First years created a colourful display on why Home Economics is so important.