Category: 2021-2022

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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Students who participated in the Trinity Access Bridge to College

Trinity Access Bridge to College

By Amany (McKevitt) AlzoubiThe week I spent at Bridge to College, was in short, fantastic. The first day we arrived was mainly breaking the ice with other students. We were split into groups and asked to choose a leader, team song, team name and team motto. My group decided that

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College Awareness Week Noticeboard

College Awareness Week 2021

By Ciara Lyons In the last week of November, running from the 22nd to the 26th, we had College Awareness Week. This is a national campaign which aims to promote the benefits of going to college, to help students of all ages to become college-ready and to showcase local role

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The school's new animated periodic table,.

Science Week 2021

By Zahra BenyalaThis year’s Science Week took place from the 8th-12th of November. The exciting week began with an announcement over the intercom, followed by various activities throughout the week. Junior and Senior science classes were shown Online UCD Science Lectures. The Junior students were shown a lecture on ‘Introduction

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A rainbow flag of students and staff on the final day of Stand Up Week.

Stand Up Week 2021

By Laura Kane To continue an annual tradition, Loreto College Crumlin participated in Stand Up Week 2021, which ran from the 15th-19th of November. This week began with the English teachers conducting a walking debate in their classes about the use of pronouns. Midweek, we had the semi-finals of the

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Ekenenna Chukwuewuzie

Ekenenna Chukwuewuzie – Ireland’s Champion Public Speaker

Last May, as the school year approached its end, Ekenenna Chukwuewuzie in 6th year achieved an amazing feat as she was crowned National Champion in the Senior Grand Final of the ‘Speak Out Ireland’ public speaking competition. The competition was conducted online, and Ekenenna had to record her six-minute and

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6th Year Parent Teacher Meeting

3rd Year Parent Teacher Meeting

Here are the details for Tuesday’s online Parent-Teacher Meetings. They will take place between 4:15-6:45 on Tuesday, 16th November. To register for the meeting, you need to click on this link:https://ptmorg.com   REGISTRATION FOR THE PARENT TEACHER MEETING IS NOW CLOSED. The school roll number is 60800VVS Ware Login: this is

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