Fingal Student Enterprise Programme.

Fingal Student Enterprise Final.


Loreto Balbriggan Business students have had a long and successful association with  LEO Fingal Student Enterprise Programme. It was no surprise that on Monday in the  County Final, Loreto Balbriggan students came away with prizes in each category.

Junior Category: 1st place Maya Ranecka with her mini-company ‘Patch Yourself ‘
Runners-up: Méabh Lee, Sophie Dunleavy, Olwyn McCabe and Aisling Ní Aonghusa with their company ‘Doggylonglegs ‘
Intermediate Category: 1st Place Victoria Gluszkievicz, Aoife Malone, Megan Nolan, Emmalise O’Boyle
Senior Category: Runners-up, Kamila Merfeldaite and Síofra Keane with their company ‘Cotton Bloom’
Congratulations to all the girls for the huge effort they put into their enterprises. They were presented with their awards by the Lord Mayor of Fingal – Seána Ó Rodaigh in the Fingal Chamber. Both the Junior and Intermediate Category winners now go forward to represent Fingal in the National Finals in May. Many thanks to Ms. Gartland and Ms. Synnott for their support, encouragement and commitment to the girls and their companies.


Above are the winners with Oisín Geooghegan, Head of Enterprise, Fingal County Council, Mayor, Cllr Seána Ó Rodaigh and Emer O’Gorman, Director of Services, Fingal County Council.





Our U15 and U17 soccer teams enjoyed success this week in their respective leagues. On Thursday the U15s beat St Joseph’s Rush 7-2, while the U17 team also beat St Joseph’s 3-2. Both teams are waiting to hear if they will proceed to the league finals.




Well done to our Junior Golf team LilyClarke, Bronagh McCormack and Muireann Bagely who represented the school On Friday at Clontarf Golf Club.  Lily, Bronagh, and Muireann all had a great round of golf, however this time it wasn’t meant to be and they miss out on progressing to the next round.


Student Leadership


Well done to 5th year students Laura Kilbride and Orla Davey who spoke about what it means to be a faith leader within the school community on Monday evening at mass, as part of a reflection series during Lent. The girls received very positive feedback from the congregation.

Seachtain Na Gaeilge

Chun críoch a chur leis na himeachtaí do Sheachtain na Gaeilge, all 1st year students performed ” An Dreoilín” after some rigorous rehearsals sa rang Gaeilge.  Tá súil againn gur bhain gach duine taitneamh as an Seachtain.



First Aid

Many thanks to Sheila Linden who works with the Civil Defense and facilitated a very informative First Aid training on Wednesday afternoon. It included CPR and Defibrillator training as well as basic First Aid.