Mock Trials

At 6am on Saturday 5th May, St Angela's College Transition Year students boarded the train bound for the Semi Finals of National Mock Trial Competitionin Dublin.  The team were a credit to the school as theyperformed wonderfully in a hotly contested semi-final in the Central Criminal Courts in Dublin. The presiding judge commented that the arguments presented by barristers Niamh O'Leary-McNiece and Clodagh Quilter would not have been out of place in a real courtroom, and that the girls missed out on a place in the final by a margin of only a few points.
Our team of solicitors, jury members, witnesses, reporters and artists enjoyed the experience enormously, and our courtroom photographer, Lorna McCarthy took second prize for her picture of Aisling Kilcommons in the witness stand. All of the participants were awarded All-Ireland Bronze medals.
We want to express our gratitude to barrister and past pupil, Suzanne Lewis, who helped in the preparation of the case and who accompanied us to Dublin. We were also delighted that Mr Kraza was able to join us.
Well done to everyone involved.

First Year Sleepover

On Friday, 30th of March 2012, the three First Year classes had a sleepover in the High School. The aim was to have fun together and also to fundraise for the school. Half of the money raised went to a past pupil to help set up an orphanage in Belarus. Some parents and sixth year…


Rosalie Moloney Perpetual Award

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…


Second Year Céilí

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…