Green Goes Green Fourth Year students surprised Christmas shoppers on the 6th of December with a flash-mob to publicise their anti-Litter campaign entitled Living the Green. “Trash-Mob” is the witty name the TY students christened their flash-mob. The flash-mob was designed to highlight the need for people to take responsibility for the litter in their…Details
Clip available at http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/10095038/ The girls are featured after the 35 minute mark, when Daithí O’ Shea visited them at Beamish and Crawford, where the St. Vincent de Paul are gathering food and presents to distribute to needy families.
On the 23rd of November St. Angela’s inaugurated a year-long celebration of its 125th anniversary with a wonderful liturgy held in St. Mary’s Church Pope’s Quay. All members of the school community came together to produce an event filled with pageantry, nostalgia and reverence attended by many invited guests, including members of the Ursuline Order,…Details
On Monday 22nd October 2012, all fifth year students attended a writing workshop in Fota House, east Cork. After a presentation on the different types of language, the classes were split into two groups; the land owning aristocratic Anglo-Irish “Smith Barry” family, and their servants. Each group was given a tour of the house and gardens, all…Details
The class of 4D would like to announce the launch of the 2nd edition of “Living the Green”, which will be out just in time for Christmas. This edition will include Christmas puzzles, games, recipes while we also have the usual news update and a special pull-out supplement of the schools heritage and the recent…Details