In February 2012, eight students and one teacher from St Angela’s Transition year group travelled to India to work with the HOPE Foundation’s projects in Kolkata. In order to be selected, the students had to submit a letter of application and undergo an interview. After selection they had the daunting task of raising €3,100 each…Details
On Monday, March 12th, the second year students walked to Presentation Brothers College for a Céilí, as part of our celebration of Seachtain na Gaeilge. We were joined by students from St. Aloysius School and Presentation Brothers College. There were three rows and everyone rotated once the music stopped. Ms. O’ Neill and Ms. Curtin accompanied us on…Details
On 27th of April the St Angela’s equestrian club had its first outing. A group of 20 girls representing all year groups travelled to Kinsale equestrian centre that morning for a trek. The girls were split into groups according to experience and all had a great time. The club hope to put a team together…Details
Mr. Murray’s Geography class got some practical experience in Manch Estate!