The pandemic and ensuing lock-down continues but that will not stop us teaching our children. Morning daily assembly lectures started this week with great results.
Despite the disruption caused by the coronavirus, a full dress rehearsal of The King’s Dark Secret went ahead on Thursday, just hours before the school and theatre closed down.
The Tree Council of Ireland have graciously donated a tree to students in 4C in an effort to improve climate awareness.
It’s that time of year again, as our students tended their veggies and helped serve a nutritious, 100% organic and sustainable vegetarian meal for all to enjoy the following days.
Our 1st and 2nd years went on an end of Glendalough. By all accounts, it was a great day of walking and talking.
Our 5th-year students visited Galway and Clare for their end of year trip. It was a great occasion for bonding, celebrating with friends and learning new skills.
Our 1st and 2nd years visited Carlingford Adventure Centre for their end of year trip.
Graduation and Prize Giving took place on Friday, May 19. It was an excellent opportunity to celeb ..
Our sporting year culminated in a brilliant Sports day on Tuesday, May 10, the event took place on our Old Conna grounds in glorious sunshine.
Our 1st year boys, 2nd/3rd year girls and 3rd/TY boys play three back to back matches again Nord Anglia.
Huge congratulations to the 2nd Years for their creation of a concert for their Artistic Performance music CBA.
When the school reopened after Midterm break in February, the second-year students adorned the walls and doors with artistic posters announcing our Annual Writing Competition.
As we are all returning to some kind of normal, the English Department was delighted to welcome back an essential tradition in our school calendar.
Had another super Friday adventure to Jumpzone in Sandyford last week. Quote from James Dunne: “Best Friday trip we’ve done so far.
We managed to plan a fantastic trip to Galway to celebrate the end of another fun filled, wonderful Transition Year trip.