Scoil Mhuire Trim Win Digital Projector and Screen in draw from Codex

Scoil Mhuire, Trim, Co. Meath won a high quality digital projector and floor standing screen valued at over 1,000 euros from our CEIST Schools Co-operative Purchasing Program (CS-COP) Stationary suppliers Codex.

Codex held the draw among all 112 CEIST schools.  The Principal of Scoil Mhuire, Ms. Jackie Maher was delighted with the win for the school.

Scoil Mhuire is an all-girls school with 529 pupils at present.












Pictured above (LtoR) Paul Buggy from Codex presenting the digital projector to Jackie Maher (Principal, Scoil Mhuire, Trim), Anne Kelleher (CEIST CEO) and Liam Bergin (Educena CEO).

The objective of the CS-COP program is to promote and encourage collective purchasing across our community in order to avail of economies of scale, with the objective of reducing school operating costs and enabling savings for our schools.

It is anticipated that by availing of the program additional benefits will accrue in terms of reduced administration by ordering on line. Now that the new school year is upon us, this provides our schools with the opportunity to avail of the CS-COP product offering by placing orders with our preferred suppliers.

We wish to congratulate Scoil Mhuire Trim on their prize and thank Codex for their sponsorship, as Ireland’s largest Irish owned business in the office products sector.

A dedicated CS-COP section has been added to the CEIST Members Area, click here to login.