Transition Year students along with Ger Brady from Bank of Ireland, Dunmore have set up a school bank. Students can open an account for €5 and the school bank will be open every Thursday at lunch time. Once 50 accounts are opened, account holder names will be entered in a draw for an I Pad! To be in the draw, make sure you open an account! Pictured are TY students Niamh Kelly, Mairead Gallagher, Laura Burke and Anna Glynn along with First year students Darren Jordan and Lorcan O’Connor who opened accounts today. (MDuignan)
Please come and support our Senior Boys Football team who are playing Swinford next Wednesday 17th at 12:30 in the Connacht Centre of Excellence (Bekan).
As part of our First Year Business course, students have been learning about the world of banking and completed their studies by a tour of the local branch and interviewing staff there. (M. Duignan)
A copy of your Timetable is available to download here:
Note – lunchtime will be 12.20 – 1.00 for the whole school from Wednesday 10th February to Wednesday 24th February inclusive.
Well done to Ellis Ronayne, 5th Year who lined out for the Mayo Minors ladies last weekend in their match against Kildare.
Well done to our U19 B team who defeated Sacred Heart Westport in the Connacht final in Galway Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club. They will progress to the All Ireland finals stages.
L-R Rosin Moran,Sinead Mullins, Niamh Fleming, Cathy Mullins
Our first year students took part in a computer coding programme taught by students in our school from September to November, culminating in the Google Call to Code competition. 2 of our students, Emma Kelly and Conall Walsh came in the top students in Ireland. Well done!
Some of our first year students took part in the Call to Code 2015 today. Further details on this are available on https://code.org/learn