On Thursday 16th of October, our Transition Year students walked from Patrick’s Hill to the Ursuline Convent in Blackrock and back. The walk was to mark the ‘Celebration of 250 years of Ursulines in Ireland’. Our girls walked to represent the generations of young women that have been educated by the Ursulines in Ireland. Students…Details
Comhghairdeas le Sophie Mulcahy and Mary Kate Corbett Keating who both competed recently in the Munster Combined Events Schools’ Athletics held in Templemore. Both girls performed very well. A special mention to Sophie who won silver and will represent St Angela’s College in the National finals. We wish her the very best of luck.
We welcomed past pupil Patricia Maher into the school on Tuesday last, to meet and work with our Senior Student Council on areas such as Leadership, Teamwork, Qualities of Women in Leadership and Student Councils as the vehicles of change. It was also a wonderful opportunity for our Senior Council members to hear an inspirational…Details
A lovely interpretation of what the future of feminism looks like by one of our TY students. The woman on the left represents countries where gender equality is on its way to being achieved. The woman on the right represents those countries where gender inequality is still a big issue. The two women gripping hands…Details