The Trinity Access Programme Awards took place in Trinity College on May 8th. Loreto College, Crumlin Road is very proud to be part of the TAP Programme which enables students from our school to engage in college visits, academic activities and mentoring which opens many pathways not only to Trinity College, but to 3rd Level colleges all over Ireland.
Each year, TAP holds an awards ceremony at which students from TAP schools are celebrated for their achievements. This year, students were awarded in the categories of Mentoring and Academia. There was also the Salter Sterling Award which is awarded annually to the Transition Year student who most embodies the spirit of Fourth Year.
Congratulations to the Award winners:
Academic Award – Amany Alzoubi McKevitt (1st yr)
Academic Award – Aaishah Buzakhar (3rd yr)
Academic Award – Najma Elbahja (5th yr)
Mentoring Award – Ciara White (6th yr)
Mentoring Award – Robyn Kinsella (3rd yr)
Salter Sterling Medal – Chloe Pingol (4th yr)
The award winners are pictured above with graduate of the class of 2015, Dove Curpen..
4th Year Students Kellie Madden and Lei Mabeza also successfully completed the Bridge 21 Programme in Trinity College
Loreto College is an all- girls Catholic school for children of all faiths and none. The school is served by the 77A, 122, 27 and 151 bus routes and within walking distance of the LUAS Red Line and the 18, 68, 83 and 150 bus stops. The school is one of 18 Loreto post primary schools in Ireland. Our school motto is ‘Many Kinds of Excellence’ recognising the varied skills and talents of students.
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