We had a very productive day in the Art department on Wednesday where there was a flurry of activity and creativity. Students got an excellent opportunity to attend workshops with Tommy Lysaght, a stone sculptor and Sunny Weiler, a stone mason and stain glass and mosaic artist.
There was a huge win for the U14 tennis team today. The girls beat Coláiste Mhuire Ennis in a tight Munster final in Rushbrooke . Well done girls! Team: Aoife Coleman, Aisling O’ Brien, Danielle O’ Neill and Lara Courtney .
Congratulations to Robyn Murphy who represented Ireland in the U18 Hockey 5 Nations series played over Easter in Lilleshall, England. They played Holland, Belgium and England. Well done Robyn.
Today YSI, “Direct Change, Direct Provision” pitched to judges for the YSI Finals. They did an amazing job showcasing their work and achievements this year and represented their school spectacularly.
Well done girls and best of luck on Thursday with the results!
Remember to follow the team on their Instagram page at sac_ysi
After a hiatus of 2 years, the Davis College Model United Nations returned to Cork City Hall this week and a number of St Angela’s College students were delegates representing countries as diverse as Kenya, Republic of Korea and the Maldives. Over 3 days, students developed their skills of negotiation, lobbying and debating, and in…Details