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Go Places TY Competition

Go Places is a competition for Transition Year students, brought to you by Bus Éireann. If you’re a TY student, we want you to tell us about your journey to school. What are the highlights of your journey? How do you travel? Who do you see? What do you do? When do you enjoy it most, or how could you make it better

At Bus Éireann, making better connections is important to us. Bus Éireann are the leading provider of public transport outside Dublin, and in all our regional cities and towns. In fact, this year they are also celebrating another birthday – 30 years of making connections across the country on our PSO and Expressway services. 

School days are known as ‘best days of your life’, these are the days to make memories and life-long connections. And Transition Year is time out; it’s an opportunity for you to get creative and innovative in your approach to learning.

So we are inviting Transition Year students to get creative by making memories of their journey to school.

We are inviting you to document the journey you make to school in the morning, whether you travel on one of our buses, by train, by car, by bicycle or by foot.

Get creative and make some life-long school memories!

You can enter with photographs, video or words.

Enter and be in with a chance to win iPads! The overall national winner will also win a day out at Tayto Park for you and your classmates!


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