Equestrian Success - Congratulations to Amy McDonald a Fifth Year student, who recently won the Open and Advanced Open Division Championship at the Connolly’s Red Mills sponsored National Hunter Trials Championships at Annaharvey Farm, Co. Offaly. Amy’s time of 5’36 was unbeatable after her horse, Madges Lane Jinxy, stopped the clock exactly on the target to claim the winning title.....
Amy Takes Gold
Equestrian Club Provide Pony Rides
We are delighted to welcome our new Vice-Chairperson Natalia Sluzel and our new Chairperson Seán O’Driscoll. We are sorry to see our old Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson Daniel Pender and Kirill Fennelly step down and would like to thank them for their leadership and service to the school.
Student Council Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson 2019 - 2020
Third Years had a fantastic day discovering and learning just before the Easter Holidays when they were brought by Ms Kinsella and Ms Brennan to Castlecomer Discovery Park. They conducted experiments and had a lovely day.
Congratulations to the First Year Boys Basketball team who have successfully qualified for the All Ireland Final, to be played on the 3 May in the National Basketball Arena in Dublin.
The team travelled to Dublin on Friday 12 April not knowing what a day lay ahead of them. First up was the quarter final against the very talented St Michael's Listowel. After a great opening quarter...
Basketball Team - Through to the Final
Leinster Camogie Regional Junior Novice Qualifier 2019. Presentation/Gaelcholáiste Camogie team are now through to the finals! Best of luck to the team and trainers.
Camogie Team Through to the Final
All First Years enjoyed a day of bonding, positivity and fun organised by their Meitheal Leaders and Ms Maher.
All Junior students attended workshops on Thursday. The actor Michael gave three very different workshops to each of the year groups. First Years enjoyed an anti-bullying drama called “The Bully Brady”. Second Years had an anti-drugs workshop called “Hooked” and Third Years were encouraged to live positively in their drama called “Breathe”.
The Transition Years from Ms Noone’s Religion class have created a game to highlight the issues that developing countries face every day. Their game has been entered into the Trócaire’s ‘Game Changer’ event. This event showcases games from students all over the country...