Category: 2021-2022

Students doing school house exams.

Summer Exams Timetables

1st Years 2nd Years 5th Years LCA 1st Years 2nd Years 5th Years LCA Examinations instructions for students. All students: You must leave your bags at the top of the class. You may only have the requirements for the exam in progress with you, AND a book to study for

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Students line up for the 3rd year obstacle course

Fun Day 2022

Fun Day this year takes place on Friday, 20th May.  There will be an array of activities  all day.  Here’s a run down of what’s happening. Time Activity 8:50 – 10:10 Class as normal 10:10 – 10:30 Break 10:30 – 12:30 Karaoke in the hall – gift voucher prizes to

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The Wiz Poster

Statement: “The Wiz” – Transition Year Musical

Thank you everyone who came to The Wiz on Friday night but were unable to enjoy the production due to the sound issues that occurred. The rescheduled performance of The Wiz is confirmed for Monday, 16th May at 7:30pm. We will be delighted to welcome you back again. Your Friday

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Thumbnail from the You Are Not Alone video.

Fourth years’ film qualifies for Frame of Mind final

“You Are Not Alone“, a short film produced by ten of our 4th year students has been shortlisted in the Secondary School Short Film Category for the Walk in My Shoes, “Frame of Mind” short film competition. Walk in My Shoes is an initiative of St. Patrick’s mental health service.

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TY & LCVP students with a cheque for Women's Aid

Fundraising for Focus Ireland & Women’s Aid

By Erin Hennessy On Friday, the 28th of January, the 5th Year LCVP class held a charity fundraiser alongside the TY Enterprise Day. The fundraiser was for the charity Focus Ireland. Focus Ireland is a charity that provides help to those that are homeless and provide essential services for those

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Excited shoppers at TY Enterprise Day.

TY Enterprise Day

By Laura Kane Friday 28th of January was the day of the TY mini company sale. The Transition Year girls spent months preparing their businesses with Ms. Walsh and Ms. Shortall for this day. Each student set up their business in the concert hall from early in the morning. Throughout

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Faith Hurley, making a presentation to students on Period Poverty.

Tackling Period Poverty

By Faith Hurley Recently in our school, I campaigned to highlight period poverty. This is to make students aware of period poverty and to try prevent it from happening in our school. Period poverty is when there is a lack of access to sanitary products, menstrual hygiene education, toilets, hand

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January 6th Return to School

School will re-open as normal, tomorrow, Thursday, 6th January. Please see below the latest advice received from the HSE. I have also attached a useful Isolation Quick Guide from the HSE which outlines what to do in the different scenarios. THE HSE asks us to: 1. Remind all parents and

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Caitlan Hayes makes the case for Eamon De Valera during the treaty debate.

100 Years of the Anglo Irish Treaty

To mark the centenary of the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty on 6th December, 1921, senior Leaving Cert history students recreated the fractious debate that took place in the Dáil in the aftermath of its signing. Mentored by their teachers Ms. Murphy & Ms. Walsh, seven students spoke with passion

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In November We Remember Altar

In November We Remembered

By Erin HennessyOn Saturday, 20th November, a Vigil Mass was held in Dolphins’ Barn Church to remember those that had died. The Ember Team performed various readings during the mass. Furthermore, they gave out daffodil bulbs to the congregation to plant in their gardens. This was supposed to signify the

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