Earlier this month, Sophie lined up for her first Junior Munster Championships. Junior is the u20 category, but you can compete if you are 16 and over in the year of competition. Missing out on bronze by 0.06secs in the 60m, Sophie went on to take gold in the 200m. As a result of this achievement,…Details
First years have been learning about online wellbeing. Ms O’ Rourke’s 1C class made posters to inform people about the importance of online wellbeing. Each poster has different information ranging from cyberbullying to reducing screen time. They are intended to help you learn how to improve your online wellbeing. 1C researched, created and designed these…Details
Our Senior and Junior Councils are planning a number of events to mark International Women’s Day on March 8th. And would love for our school community to get involved. The day marks a celebration of achievement, a raising of awareness against bias and encourages discussion around equality and equity internationally. The international theme this year…Details
Reminder – Could all second year students who are participating in the Gael Linn Comórtas Tráchtaireachta send on their recording for the competition to Ms. Ducey before Friday 27th January.
Well done to the TY Irish Debating Team. Unfortunately the girls can’t compete in the next round as the next debate is on during their ski trip. The girls have put enormous work into preparing for the debating competition. The following students participated: Lisa Karr, Grace Harrington, Sinead Roche, Claire Murray, Anna Barrett, Eimear Norton…Details