We wish our Spanish students the best of luck as they travel home for Christmas.
Well done to some of our first year students who made little reindeer in Woodwork class today. Santa knows where to come if he needs to get a new Rudolf this year.
Transition Year Public Speaking workshops with Alan Devine on Tuesday 13th December for 4B and on Wednesday 14th December for 4A
Through his innovative ‘Drama Club’, the well-known face of Irish TV and film Alan Devine will be back again to the school on an invitation to introduce the students to the skills of public speaking.
He teaches students on how to find confidence in their own voices, how to connect with an audience and the secrets of delivering their message with clarity. His workshops are very educational and enjoyable and have always been very popular with our students.
The series of drama-based public speaking workshops for secondary school students focus on how to make eye contact, connect with an audience and how to structure and deliver a speech. This experience will prove invaluable to students in later life in whatever career they choose and gives them confidence in many aspects of school life.
Well done to Pierce Kirrane and Megan Flanagan who were awarded their scholarships at GMIT on Thursday 8th December.
Mr. Gay McManus, Principal of Dunmore CS pictured with Megan Flanagan.
Mr. Gay McManus, Principal of Dunmore CS pictured with Megan Flanagan
Megan Flanagan, Mr. Gay McManus, Principal of Dunmore CS and Pierce Kirrane.
TY students sold iced cup cakes, hand painted Christmas cards and decorations. Thanks to Mr O’Gara, Ms Kavanagh, Ms McManus and Joan Burke, Ivory cakes for all their help. A huge thank you to Ms Fallon, Ms Doyle, Ms Clesham who guided us through the project.
We would encourage all parents to come along tonight to attend this extremely informative and startling presentation by Jeremy Padgen. It starts at 7:00pm in the school auditorium.
Ms. Canny with her very talented and athletic Leaving Cert Basketball girls who had a tremendous year and have brought so much to the game for the school. Lauren Diskin, Niamh Fleming, Eilis Ronayne and Shauna Naughton. Thanks for all your contributions over the years girls!