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6th Year Graduation

posted 8 May 2019, 05:11 by jean ward

Parents/Guardians of 6th Years are cordially invited to attend the 6th Year Graduation on Wednesday 22nd May at 7.30pm in the Sports Hall. Students may invite 2 guests to attend the ceremony in order to ensure we have enough space for all. This is a very special occasion for all our 6th years and their families and we hope to see you all there. Refreshments will be served for guests in the School canteen after the ceremony, kindly provided by the Parents Association.

TY Graduation

posted 8 May 2019, 05:06 by jean ward   [ updated 8 May 2019, 05:12 ]

Parents/Guardians of TY's are cordially invited to the TY Graduation on Tuesday 21st May at 11.20am - 1pm. Parents should be in their seats by 11am to make sure the ceremony starts on time. Refreshments will be served in the school canteen after the event by the Parents Association. The Grad is always a wonderful occasion where the TY students get to showcase all their achievements of the year. We hope to see you all then.

Great LGBT week

posted 6 May 2019, 05:12 by cora tighe

Thanks to the Student Council and Ms Rooney for organising a great LGBT week and to the Mayor, Anthony Lavin, our National Politicians and our Local Councillors who supported us!

All Ireland Basketball Champions!

posted 29 Apr 2019, 08:30 by jean ward

For the 1st time in very many years our 2nd year boys team won the A division All Ireland basketball final. 
It is a very special day for them. 
They were coached by Sean Daly who was a 6th yr last year and managed by Fiona Daly.
Sincere thanks to staff for their cooperation and patience in allowing the boys to compete. 
We also have a talented group of 1st yr boys and girls competing in All Ireland’s in limerick in 2 weeks time. We wish them the best of luck!

5th Year LCVP Class Raise Funds For Local Charities

posted 28 Apr 2019, 11:43 by cora tighe



Well done to the 5th Year LCVP students who raised €850 through their recent Film Day for First Years as part of their LCVP programme. This money was split between two wonderful local charities - The Ross Nugent Foundation and the Laura Brennan Charitable Trust. Representatives from both charities and Deputy Principal, Ms.Cora Tighe, are photographed with the students involved during the presentation of cheques on April 3rd. Well done to all involved again! 

5th Year LCVP Students Visit DogsTrust

posted 28 Apr 2019, 11:38 by cora tighe


The 5th Year LCVP class recently visited DogsTrust. This visit was part of their LCVP programme which sees them engage in a visit out to a Local Voluntary Organisation. Here, the students took a tour of the shelter and even got to play with some of the dogs! Many thanks to Ms. Audrey Gough, Education Officer with DogsTrust, for facilitating the visit.

Texaco Art Winners!

posted 19 Apr 2019, 14:15 by cora tighe   [ updated 20 Apr 2019, 14:36 ]

Congratulations to Clíodhna Cole-Rigney, 5th yr. ('Bon Voyage') and Eva McParland, 1st yr. ('My Nana') who won Special Merit Awards in this year's Texaco Art competition.  They will be presented with their prizes at a special awards ceremony in May.  Well done to the students and to their Art teachers!

Leinster Senior Hurling Champions!

posted 12 Apr 2019, 02:07 by jean ward

Huge congratulations to our Senior Hurlers who were crowned Leinster Champions following their victory over Duiske College, Kilkenny on Tuesday 9th April. Special mention for their coach, Mr. Feeney.

Jigsaw Peer Educators

posted 12 Apr 2019, 01:54 by jean ward

Well done to a group of TY's who recently graduated as Jigsaw Peer Educators. They received their certificates at a ceremony in Swords Castle.

Winner of North Co. Dublin Region Final!

posted 4 Apr 2019, 00:52 by cora tighe   [ updated 4 Apr 2019, 00:57 by jean ward ]

Congratulations to one of our 1st years, for winning the North Co. Dublin Region finals in the First Year Maths Competition organised by the Irish Mathematics Teachers Assoc. Four of our students gave up their Friday evening to complete very difficult Mathematical problems, along with students from a range of other schools. We are very proud of all of them.

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