First Year Poster Competition

Artist Colette McDonagh who judged our First Year poster competition, entitled Spring Cleanup, with the First Year Art class and Art teacher Mrs. Kavanagh. The competition was organised by the Environment Committee. The committee are working with the Neat Street Programme. The competition was an effort to raise awareness among students of the need to keep our environment clean.

Army visit

Lieutenant Ryan Van Haeflen spoke to senior students about career opportunities with the Irish Defence Forces. Pictured with Lieutenant Van Haeflen are Careers Guidance Counsellor Ms Scarry , Shane Flanagan and J.J Rubido

Neat Streets Instagram Competition

A reminder about the Instagram Photo Competition starting today Monday, February 6th and running for the whole week.

All students from our school are encouraged to enter as often as they like with photos or short videos related to litter and/or waste.

Please find attached full details for the Instagram Competition – #Instabin

Daily cash prizes of €50 and an overall winner of a mini iPad will be won!!

 


pdf icon Neat-Streets-Instagram-Competition-TC.pdf

2nd Year Jump for Joy

Our Transition Year students organised the 2nd Year Jump for Joy tournament during the week. The students play in a sponsored basketball tournament and all proceeds go to Charity & our sports fund. Well done to everyone who took part.

Winners Kelly Caulfield, Amy Mullarkey, JJ Glynn, Sam Glynn

2nd Place: Nicki Glynn, Conor Naughton, Paloma Makulova, Nadine Walsh

3rd place: Calum Morrison, Dylan Brady, Aoibhe Burke, Holly Redington

 

 

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