Some students in Dunmore Community School took part in PRISM – Problem Solving Test for Irish Second Level Mathematicians today.
Ms.Scarry and the Transition Years went on a Tour to the Psycho Spaghetti show with Ger Carey, Comedian in Breaffy House Hotel. Everyone had a great laugh.
We would like to congratulate Conor Naughton and Holly Redington, who attended The Junior Certificate Business Studies Awards Ceremony at NUI Galway, which celebrated their fantastic achievement of an “A” grade in Higher Level Business Studies. Well done to both of them and their teacher, Ms Martina Duignan.
L-R: Dr Gerard Turley, from the JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics., Conor Naughton, Holly Redington and their teacher Ms. Martina Duignan.
The first and second years had great fun at the basketball blitzes organised by the Transition Years under the supervision of Ms. Grehan.
Thanks to Helen Butler who spoke to our First Years today. Her presentation was excellent with a core focus on delivering important, easy to remember advise that will help our students adopt a safer approach to the Internet.
Students participating in 2018-19 Junior Mathematics Enrichment programme. The programme runs on campus at NUI Galway every Monday until November 19th. Well done to all involved.
The senior girls’ football panel got off to a superb start in their first match of the year. Playing Ballyhaunis in Ballyhaunis this morning the girls showed great teamwork, stamina, skill and determination resulting in an early lead which they developed as the game went on. A great display of football and sportsmanship from both sides saw the game finish 1-21 to 1-5 in Dunmore C.S.’s favour. Excellent work girls, congratulations!! Training will continue Thursday from 4-5.30 with our next match seeing us square up to Strokestown.
On Wednesday 3rd October, Caroline Duggan from NUIG gave a very informative presentation to our 6th yrs. No doubt many of our students will visit the university on Saturday next for their Open Day.