Of course, most of the smiles were hidden by face masks, but you could feel it in the air! Yesterday, students and staff enjoyed an afternoon filled with health and wellbeing. Staff put on events such as yoga and zumba, cooking demonstrations, foot golf, mindfulness, gardening and more. There was even an ice cream van! […]
The winners of our photo a day challenge for Lent were announced on Thursday. First prize went to Ellie Landers Donegan, second prize to Sarah Forde and third prize to Anila Anil. Thank you to Chaplain Amy Elbay for putting together this beautiful film with all the entries, as well as spending this year […]
Our Transition Year students really enjoyed the TY Treasure Hunt trip in the Phoenix Park on Thursday 15th April. What a healthy way to spend the day, while catching up with friends and also getting to know the amazing sights in our local park.
This time last year, our students were entering their first Lockdown. Home schooling was a novelty, expected to last a short time. Teachers, students and parents were slowly learning to adjust to this new reality. Hobbies had an air of novelty about them. Online schooling was finding its feet. Teenagers experienced a summer holiday like […]
Last week, schools all over Ireland celebrated Stand Up! Awareness Week. This is an annual week where we "stand up" to homophobic and transphobic bullying. We also show our support for members of the LGBTQIA+ community within our school. This year we focused on the language and vocabulary of LGBTQIA+ issues. Thank you to Ms […]
Every year our Fifth Years are presented with a Wellbeing booklet. This is something our teachers have fine-tuned over generations of student to prepare Fifth Years for their entry into the Senior Cycle.