This play is based on five sisters of an English family of landed gentry as they deal with issues of marriage, heartbreak and morality.
A group of Transition year students will be performing on the 30th of November and the 1st of December at 7:30pm in the Assembly Hall.
Tickets will be sold at break time and lunch time in the Assembly Hall. The ticket prices are as follows:
Student – €5
Adult – €7
Family (2 adults & 2 kids) -€12
This unmissable production is only on for two nights so make sure to buy your tickets as soon as possible before they are sold out!
Congratulations to Sam Cox our Head Boy who was presented with a prize for his original drama as gaeilge centered around the events of 1916. The following is an excerpt:
Ó Cléirigh: Dúirt mé libh é! Bhí a fhios agam é! Chuala sibh mé. Bhí sé de cheart againn é a fhagáil faoi Ó Pluingcéad.
Mac Piarais: Céard?!
Ó Chongaile: B’fhéidir go mbeidh sé níos… oiriunní é a léamh i nGaeilge, Padraig. Seans gurb í seo an noiméaid is tabachtaí i stair na tíre.
Mac Piarais: Ba mhaith libh go rachainn, ar staighre Ard-oifig an Phoist, fógra I mo lámh agam agus é a léamh amach. I nGaeilge.
Ó Cléirigh: Díreach é.
Mac Piarais: Ní thuigfidís mé! Agus cad faoi na Mericeanaigh, agus na Sasanaigh? Beidh siad uile go léir ag gáire fúinn! “Féach orthu! Ní siad fiú in ann abairt a chur le chéile, agus tá said ag iarradh a bparlaimint féin a bheith acu?”
As part of Seachtain na Gaeilge our Irish Teachers organised a fun Spelling Bee.
Comhghairdeas do na buaiteoirí ón idirbhliain a bhuaigh duaiseanna sa chomórtas “spelling bee” as Gaeilgea tharla dé Máirt seo chaite mar pháirt de Sheachtain na Gaeilge. Bhain gach duine taitneamh as.
We wish staff, students and their families a happy and restful Easter break. We are encouraging students and parents/guardians to read over the Easter break. We have recommended book lists here.