Sixth year students will commence their mock exams on Monday 7th February and will continue until Friday 18th February inclusive.
Transition Year News.
All TY students will create a Google Sites e-portfolio to record their experiences and achievements. Students are excited for work placement opportunities and we are already getting very positive feedback from Employers about many students for their first week.
Road Safety Module
Last week saw the latest installation of art, our new wellbeing ‘Wordle’ in the school. Loreto Balbriggan was delighted to be involved with the initiative to help promote wellbeing . Eight schools in the Dublin region participated and our students were surveyed and made suggestions that led to the development of the wordle. It is a beautiful addition to Gracefild House and has been warmly welcomed by staff and students alike.
Camogie All Ireland Quarter Final.
Congratulations to our Junior B camogie team who played against St Kilian’s College, in the all Ireland Quarter Finals of the league on Wednesday. The match was played in Cushindun, Co Antrim. Commiserations to our valiant team who gave their utmost and who were so gracious in defeat. We would like to wish St Kilian’s all the very best as they progress in the competition.
Our minor basketball team had a very successful week winning both their matches. The team who won against Loreto Bray after a very tough game, the end result was 28-26. x They were also victorious against Gaelcholáiste Reachrann winning 24-14 the Juniors won 30-20
The Junior team also played this week against Gaelcholáiste Reachrann also won 30-20. Well done to all the players. Maith Sibh!
6th Year County Honours
Congratulations to Megan McAuley and Robyn Buckley have both been called up to join their county teams in Gaelic and Camogie. Megan has been selected to join the Dublin Minors Gaelic squad while Robyn will join the Dublin Seniors Camogie squad. It is a great honour to be selected to play for your county. We are very proud of the girls’ achievement and wish them well all the very best for the future.