St. Angela’s Debating Society is delighted to announce that the inaugural Rosalie Moloney Perpetual Award, which took place on Saturday, 24th March, was a resounding success. The competition was a showcase of the great debating talent of St Angela’s students, which is the result of much practice and attending of competitions all year round and…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.
Past and present students of St. Angela’s College pictured along with Simon Coveney at EYP Weekend in St. Angela’s College
A convention of the European Youth Parliament was held in St. Angela’s College on the weekend of October 19th. Pictured are past and present St. Angela’s girls, Simon Coveney and the President and Vice Presidents of the session.
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
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.