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 Transition Year Business Class help Europe Day to help develop an appreciation of international tastes and cultures.
Another great trip organised by the Friday adventures committee.
This was a really cool Zig Zag hike up towards Lugnaquilla in Wicklow. All planned by the Friday Adventures Committee again.
TYs had a Cake Sale for European Food Day as part of their TY Business course ..
The TYs split into four groups in this brilliant trip to the Escape Rooms in Dublin. They each had one hour to solve the riddle in the room.
As part of the TY student committee who plan the Friday adventures, one of the best trips which they planned was this brilliant trip to ZIpit in Tibradden woods.
Our student leadership team organised a fantastic activity day for all our students on Wednesday, April 6.
Seachtain na Gaeilge is a national 17-day long festival, highlighting our national language and culture.
5th year Business took part in the Model Council of Europe Debate on March 3rd under the guidance of Ms Shanahan.