Some of our TY students have been collaborating with Derval and her team on a Teenage Wellness Journal, which they hope to see published in the coming months. The girls have been working on the project since February, and Derval wanted to pop in and wish the girls well as they graduated from Transition Year.
Well done to 4C Business students and their excellent Projects on Extending the Marketing Mix of some of our well know brands in Ireland – some excellent ideas, catchy advertising jingles and tasty product samples were in evidence as their year drew to a close!
A new cookery competition was launched at national level this year called the Kenwood Young Baker. A large number of Home Economics students from St Angela’s College entered the competition, and did our school proud by producing cakes to a very high standard. The cakes produced were exceptional, and all students who entered are commended…Details
On May 18th, the Senior and Junior Councils presented a cheque on behalf of all members of the school community of €2,500 to Pieta House, Cork. All your contributions were gratefully received and we thank you sincerely for all your support and generosity.
Congratulations to our 9 Transition Year Students for reaching the semi-finals of the “Certified Irish Angus Schools Competition”
Congratulations to all involved in the “Certified Irish Angus Schools Competition”, Sheena Buckley, Sophie Nason and Ali Meaney, Faye Dunne, Ruth Kenna and Hannah Sheehan, and Erin Horan, Emma Punch and Jane Funchion. The girls designed a video for the judges highlighting the importance of health and safety on Irish farms, The judges were very…Details