Friday 30th September
Student Nominations are in and the school is abuzz with talk of the upcoming student elections. The junior students are to particularly commended for their enthusiastic and very active campaigns.
Elections will take place on Friday 30th September to elect a 12 member council – 2 representatives per year. This group will then meet regularly, collate themes and topics that are important to the study body, liaise with senior management and work on common identified goals.
Wed. 5th October at 6p.m.
The CPA Career Guidance Teacher will deliver an information session for parents of 5th year students offering how best to support students beginning their leaving certificate programme.
This information session will take place on Wed. 5th October at 6p.m.
The Career Guidance Teacher will offer hints/tips/advice about how best to support students in the areas of preparing a study area, schedule of work and time management skills, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and general well-being while managing the challenges of curricular subjects.
There will be no school on Monday 10 October
At the Gift-a-Book event in the school library yesterday, students from Ms O’Connor and Ms Conroy’s classes received a copy of “Too Good to be True” by Anne Cleeves to mark World Book Night, which is held each year on April 23rd, the anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. The books were gifted to those displaying great interest and improvement in their reading standards. A big thank you to former teacher/librarian Ms O’Brien for presenting the students with their copies. Well done to all our recipients!
The Higher Level 5th Year English class have just returned from a trip to Shakespeare’s Globe theatre in London for a performance of Hamlet. This forms part of their Single Text for the Leaving Cert course and provided a unique insight into the play