After several years of a break, Camogie was reintroduced to St. Angela’s College in 2011-2012. First years through to fourth years participated in various competitions. The year started brightly with a combined 1st and 2nd year team, which got to the final of a blitz in Glanmire, and proudly represented their school. Other destinations included Ballincollig, Mallow…Details
A group of Transition Year students, led by Niamh Shanahan, organised a Transition Year ball on Friday May 25th in the Fota Island Resort Hotel, in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation. It was a huge success, and over €4,500 was raised for the Irish Heart Foundation. Niamh and Caoimhe Shanahan, along with their organising…Details
On Friday April 27th we travelled to Dublin for the All- Ireland play-offs in Loreto Foxrock that were held on Saturday April 28th. The tournament consisted of 3 games to qualify for the All- Ireland Semi Final. We played Loreto Foxrock, Holy Faith Clontarf, and Colaiste na Sceilge Caherciveen. Unfortunately on this occasion, the girls…Details
This past year has been an extremely busy and successful year for the debating society of St Angela’s College. We have seen success at all levels amongst the society; from first to sixth year, in prestigious competitions ranging from the UCC Philosoph Munster Schools Competition to City Schools and from European Youth Parliament to the Soroptimist. Under the guidance of Ms Chambers and Ms O Keeffe, we have dedicated every Monday lunch and Friday morning break to honing our skills as debaters. This year, we saw the introduction of official positions for the senior members of the society and we welcomed many new members. With our extremely hard working and dedicated Chair, Charlotte Smith, 2011/2012 was a brilliant year. We sadly bid farewell to the quintessential quintet of sixth years that is; Charlotte Smith, Catherine Noonan, Rebecca Chisolm, Emer O’ Connell and Cliodnha Ní Ghadhra but we’re eagerly anticipating the next year of debating in St Angela’s College. The following is a synopsis of the great work done this year.Details
Mr. Murray’s Geography class got some practical experience in Manch Estate!