The HSE Vaccinations for First Year Boys take place in the school on Monday 6th March. Consent forms went home with students on Tuesday 28 February and are to be returned signed whether participating or not by Friday 3 March.
Any questions should be directed to the HSE:
www.immunisation.ie or call 01 8164259
The scheduled Staff Training on Wednesday 1 March will now take place in school time so classes will finish at 11.25. The buses have been informed.
The Mock Exams commence on Monday 6 February for Sixth Years and Tuesday 7 February for Third Years. You can download the timetable here.
The Leaving Certificate Options Talk was on Monday 16 January at 3pm in the Assembly Hall. Mr Farrell has prepared the following materials to assist you in your choices:
Subject Choice 2017 – General Information – Word.
Presentation Slides for Talk – Powerpoint.
Each Subject Explained – Powerpoint.
Congratulations to our newly appointed student leaders and thanks to Ms Clarke and Ms Norris for their work with the Prefects. We wish them all the best!
Pictured:Head Girl: Orla Burke, Head Boy: Peter O’Brien, Ms Norris, Dep. Head Boy Ross Oglesby and Dep. Head Girl Maedbh Donnelly
To view the 2016/17 School Calendar click here..
For booklists please click ‘About Us’ and ‘Booklist’ above to access all years.
Lockers are available through the ‘Easy Payments’ button on the left. Students must provide their own locks – medium sized. Lockers are allocated on a random basis.
Journals will be available from Tuesday 30 August in school.
This Friday 20 May is a Staff development Day so no classes will take place as per the calendar.This Monday 23 May is Graduation Day for our Sixth Years which commences at 2pm in the PE hall. To facilitate preparations all classes will finish at 11.15. The buses have been informed.
All Parents/Guardians/Students who drive to school should read this Garda Notice.
Anyone who has been following the regularly updated text and videos posted from Lesotho will agree that pride in our wonderful students, teachers and Action Ireland volunteers is the overwhelming emotion. Thank you for allowing and facilitating them to travel and make a real difference so far away.
Check out Camillus Glover’s Blog by clicking the link or going to the page ‘Lesotho 2016’ above.