Interesting article and some advice that might help in the homes of our Leaving Cert Students.
It was lovely to welcome 3 Belmont NS students to our school today. This orientation visit helps prepare 6th class students for the transition from Primary to Secondary. We hope they enjoyed the day. I know they are really looking forward to joining us in August. Special thanks to our own students for minding them so well and to Ms Grehan for organising the visit.
We are delighted to have just applied to Galway County Council for Planning permission to erect 30m2 of Photovoltaic Solar Panels on the Southern Roof area of our School in two rows. These 19 photovoltaic solar panels, each comprising a number of solar cells, will help contribute to our electrical power and help us reduce our usage of the national grid. This is just one small step of our upcoming Deep Energy Retrofit which is taking place to our school this summer. More details to follow shortly.
Thanks to her hard work and dedication, Meadhbh is on the U14 Ladies Roscommon County Team. She is a member of Michael Glaveys Club.
Best of luck to her and her team mates tomorrow.
At midnight yesterday, our TYs headed off on their tour to Italy. They have a busy itinerary for the next few days, which include visits to a Verona, Venice, lake Garda, Malcesine and Gardaland and a few other excursions.
On day 1, we traveled to Verona to visit a Roman Arena and Juliet’s house and then went for a boat trip on lake Garda. After a good night’s rest, today we are on the way to Venice.
On Thursday 2nd May, the LCA 6th Yr class and Ms. Scarry were given a very informative talk by Mary and Geraldine from the Dunmore Conference. The two ladies spoke about the work that the local St. Vincent de Paul Society does, how they fundraise and how someone could volunteer to join. The talk took place as part of a key assignment for Vocational Preparation and Guidance subject in the LCA programme.