Believe it or not you are looking at a business studies project.
Manor House School (for girls) got an interest-free loan from the local Roman Catholic Church to finance the reconstruction of their hockey pitch. You are looking at one element of a fundraising drive to pay off the loan.
Manor House is an enterprising school. As far back as 1965, when girls did not do honours maths in the Leaving Certificate examination, this school took the plunge and, in 1967, became part of the first wave of Irish girls ever to sit honours maths in the Leaving. A new curriculum had been introduced for that cohort and (surprise, surprise) the corresponding textbook was not available through the normal channels. So the girls had to use the only text book that was available. This was compiled by the Christian Brothers (for boy's schools) and it was available in the Irish language only. So the girls in this English medium school had to study the new honours maths course through the medium of Irish.
Clearly the school is still in pathbreaking mode and its business studies faculty is on the ball.