Two years ago, EUFolio was launched in seven European countries, Ireland was one of those partaking in the project. St. Mary's College, Naas was one of twenty six schools in the country who agreed to pilot the project. Orla Reidy and Olive Humphreys undertook the project with their first year English classes. EUFolio has digital storage capacity, in which students keep and monitor work. On April 22nd Olive and Orla attended the EUFolio Conference in Dublin Castle with two second year pupils, Chloe Coffey and Cliodhna O’ Neill. Both Chloe and Cliodhna met Jan O’ Sullivan, Minister for Education, and they talked her through their EUFolio experience.