In the spirit of Mary Ward, we aim to develop the personal, social, educational, and vocational development of the students and to prepare them for their role as autonomous, participative and responsible members of society.
The focus of our programme is such that each student, through new experiences, new knowledge, new emphasis, new expectations, and new goals, is enabled to foster personal growth and development.
The aims of our programme are inspired by the school’s caring ethos and structured environment. In the spirit of Mary Ward, our programme seeks to promote the potential of all students.
The same code of behaviour applies in Transition Year as in all other years. If a student misses 20 or more uncertified days she will not graduate from Transition Year. Poor attendance, non participation, negative attitude and a poor discipline record will also result in failure to graduate.
The Transition Year journal is the school journal that is designed to help students organise their work. Details of all coursework for subjects and modules, including homework, are to be recorded in the journal. It also enables and guides students to reflect and self-evaluate throughout the year.
The transition Year notice board facilitates positive communication opportunities for Transition Year students within the school environment. This noticeboard displays information about the many activities, programmes, and committees that Transition Year students participate in throughout the year.