The Transition Year students produced a fantastic performance of the Merchant of Venice. The delivered scintillating performances over 4 days in the Player’s theatre in Trinity College.
Julia Twamley has produced an excellent documentary on the Transition Year experience in India. It is well worth the watch.
Transition Year has been contributing to and benefiting from Worldwise advice and finance since 2007.
The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Spectroscopy in a Suitcase scheme came to John Scottus chemistry students.
The 5th year students, led by Hannah and Aisling, organised a fund-raising cake sale to help provide funds for the Nepal earth-quake disaster.
It has been an extremely successful and exciting month of sport for JSS.
A special mention must be made to the following students; Tess Tangney and Kate Ryan who were selected for the Irish Under 20 Ultimate Frisbee team.
First year Boys Soccer: The first year boys participated in three soccer matches within May, playing against St Colleth’s in three gripping matches.
Congratulations to past pupil, Brendan Hennessy, who completed the ‘Marathon Des Sables’ (six marathons in six days across the Sahara Desert) in April 2015.
The premiere of the film “Gone Missing” scripted and produced by 1st years will take place at 7. 00 pm Thursday May 14th in Morehampton road.