Congratulations to the class of 2020 who received their Leaving Certificate predicted grades on Monday 7th September. Due to Covid restrictions, students accessed their results online. We missed having them here in the school and […]
The Department of Education and Skills published plans for the reopening of schools on July 27th and since then schools across the country have been working hard to implement those plans. Below are links which […]
Congratulations to TY student, Robyn Buckley, who was the overall winner of the Event Management Module in the Future Leaders Competition. Normally her prize would be to get to go to Croke Park to see […]
Congratulations to Jessica Chen, 1C, on reaching the National Final of the Student Enterprise Programme . A virtual ceremony will take place this afternoon at 3pm, and it can be watched live, via the links […]
Our 5th Year students Cleo Gallen and Zainab Shahid were due to represent Ireland as finalists in Anaheim California this week at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair 2020. As with so many events […]
Dear Parent/Guardian, I hope that this communication finds you and your daughter well. Below are details regarding the assessment of Junior Cycle for the class of 2020. A State Certificate of completion of Junior Cycle […]
Please click on the links below to access information from NEPS (National Educational Psychological Service) supporting student wellbeing during Covid 19 restrictions Wellbeing of Leaving Certificate students General support for all students
Please find attached links to the government website which provide all details on the roadmap for return to school. Roadmap for return to school Re opening our Post Primary Schools We will keep you updated […]
On Monday the Fifth year ‘Gamechangers’ group travelled to the Trócaire Headoffices in Maynooth where they were presented with their Certificates for their win in the International Educational Gaming Competition that took place in Denmark before Christmas.
TY students have completed the first week of the three-week work experience programme. Students have secured work placements in a wide area of disciplines from An Garda Síochána, Media Production Companies Law Firms, Hospitals to Primary Schools.
Mock Exams will begin for 6th Years on Friday 31st January and for 3rd Years on Monday 3rd February. The exams will continue until February 14th. Students are advised to check their timetablewhich is available on the website and around the school.
The 6th Year students attended a Hamlet workshop on Wednesday. 5th Year study skills programme continued this week. 3rd Year student Aoibhe Hegarty contributed to the Gate production of ‘Changing Tides’.
Five 5th Year students took part in the national SciFest finals on Friday in Marino College. Eve Mathews and Katie Caffrey’s submitted a project on the effect of umami flavour on your sensitivity to saltiness and sweetness.