Following a hugely successful introduction in 2021, ‘Ireland Reads’ is back for February 2022! As well as Irish libraries, Children’s Books Ireland, NALA, booksellers and publishers, TY Reading Revolution in St Angela’s College are helping once again to get the whole country reading this month in the lead up to Ireland Reads Day on Friday, the 25th of February. The…Details
There will be no classes on Monday 14th February to facilitate Staff Junior Cycle training. School will recommence as normal for all Students on Tuesday 15th February. Kind regards. P. Curran
Last week was Home Economics week in St Angela’s College. It was a great opportunity to display some of the work completed by the students in Home Economics class. There was a hive of activity around the display of the crafts and baking. Many thanks to all the students who entered the daily quiz. Staff and students…Details
Official launch day today for the TY Student Council initiative – Know Your Flow: Here to Ensure You’re Secure!
Following on from Ms Whelan’s and the students involved in the YSI group project in 2020/21 – Just Say It – which very successfully highlighted Period Poverty and focused on destigmatising periods generally, the school’s very first TY Student Council came up with a new school initiative this year – ‘Know Your Flow’. This group…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 students to get involved. The day marks a celebration of achievement, a raising of awareness against bias and encourages discussion around equality. We would love you to submit a photo of…Details