After two very narrow defeats away to Mercy secondary school in inchicore and away to Goatstown Educate Together, there was no time for the boys to rest.
Our u17 Girls got their season off to a winning start in the first round of the Junior Cup. The JSS girls hosted Rath Dara Community College in what was an enthralling game from the get-go.
On October 24th, our John Scottus Athletics team had their first event of the year. 26 students from 1st to 3rd year travelled to Avondale Park for the 1500m cross country event.
The photography module has ended, and students learnt some techniques such as the rule of thirds, leading lines, frame within a frame, portraits, group and macro photos.
October also saw the start of six lessons in Irish dancing. We look forward to the students developing their dancing talents over the next two months.
The Friday trips for October have included a mix of outdoor adventure and culture trips depending on the unpredictable weather that October can bring.
Friday the 13th proved to be an unlucky day for the Irish in the international football match agains ..
Our TYs slept out in the school on the 6th of October to raise money for Focus Ireland. They were very fortunate to have a mild night.
On Tuesday, October 24th, the School of Improv came in to deliver a workshop to TYs. In the workshops, students wrote, shot and edited their comedy sketches.
The John Scottus Film Club met on Tuesday, 24th October, to watch the animated film “Coroline”. Thirty-four students enjoyed the movie, along with snacks and drinks that were provided.