Child safety on farms poster competition 2017/18 winners

The winners of the child safety on farms poster competition have been chosen.

To download a copy of the 2018 Avoid Harm on the Farm child safety on farms calendar, please see the link below:

Special School - winning entries

First place

Fionnuala Carroll

Lisanally Special School

February - Fionnuala Carroll. Lisanally Special School - special school 1st prize

Second place 

Imogen Watson

Beechlawn Special School

May - Imogen Watson, Beechlawn School - Special school 2nd prize

Third place

Tyler Davis

Beechlawn Special School

September - Tyler Davis, Beechlawn School - Special school 3rd prize

Foundation - winning entries

First place

Sawyer McCrum

Ballynure PS

June - Sawyer McCrum, Ballynure PS - Foundation 1st prize

Second place

Ruairi Mulgrew

St Mary's PS, Dunamore

August - Ruairi Mulgrew, St Mary s PS, Dunamore - Foundation 2nd prize

Third place

Simon Gregg

 Clough PS

January - Simon Gregg, Clough PS - Foundation 3rd prize

Key stage 1 - winning entries

First place

Aoibhinn Devlin

 St Mary's PS, Dunamore

April - Aoibhinn Devlin, St Mary s PS, Dunamore - KS1 1st prize

Second place

Ava Quinn

St Mary's PS, Dunamore

October - Ava Quinn, St Mary s PS, Dunamore - KS1 2nd prize

Third place

Emily Whitsitt

Brookeborough PS

December - Emily Whitsitt, Brookeborough PS - KS1 3rd prize
     

Key Stage 2 - winning entries

First place

Aoife McGovern

St Davog's PS, Belleek

March - Aoife McGovern, St Davog s PS, Belleek - KS2 1st prize

Second place

James Blair

Clough PS

November - James Blair, Clough PS - KS2 2nd prize

Third place

Caitlin Gallagher-Arruda

All Saints PS, Taltysallagh

July - Caitlin Gallagher-Arruda, All Saints PS, Tattysallagh - KS2 3rd prize

Special recognition award

Special recognition

Aine Snow

St Joseph’s PS, Ederney

Aine Snow - St Joseph’s Primary School, Ederney

Special recognition must go to Aine Snow, aged 8, St Joseph’s Primary School, Ederney, for her entry to the child farm safety poster competition. Aine is pictured here with HSENI Inspector Paul Kelly.

Aine said: “The farm is a great place to be for me and my family. Things can go wrong especially for me as I cannot see. I use my cane to feel for things in my path and my mum is always with me.

“My fear is of cattle as they roar so hard. I know I can never go near them unless someone is with me. I listen for the beeps when Dad is reversing the tractor. I know when Dad is putting out the slurry as I can definitely smell it!!”