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.
We are delighted to say that a 5th-year student Costanza Savoia achieved 2nd place in the national Irish Young Philosopher Awards.
To see our secondary school prize winners for the academic year 2020/2021 please see below. Congratulations to all our winners.
Our 6th years kindly invited our teachers for a game of Ultimate Frisbee on their last day of school. The quality of the coaching our students have received from our Sports coaches was evident to see,.
Our 5th years visited Trinity College of Dublin to see the Book of Kells and other Dublin attractions.
Our Transition Years went mountain biking during the last week of school. Here are some pictures of the trip.
Our 2nd and 3rd years went to Glendalough during the last week of term. Here are some pictures from the trip.
Junk Kouture is a sustainable Art initiative designed to unleash the creative brilliance of young people.
Our Sports Day took place in our Old Conna grounds on Friday, May 7th, ,in glorious sunshine.
A mhúinteoirí, a chairde, A massive go raibh maith agaibh to you all – thank you all so much for any of the ways that you might have contributed to Seachtain na Gaeilge.
Our Transitions years, co-ordinated by Ms Swan have busily working on the vegetable garden during the past year.
If you missed it. Here is the TY Showcase reel for those who want to see what TY in John Scottus is all about.