The Trinity Walton Club is calling for applicants. We have had students attend this club and it has been of great benefit to them.

The club programme runs for 30 weeks during the academic year. Sessions are three hours each Saturday.

All students interested in joining the club must complete the online application form  and sit an entrance assessment at Trinity College Dublin on Saturday 16th of September.

World Champions!


Congratulations to our Young Social Innovators Ahmed, Ravi, Luke and Colin who came first in the Sage World Cup 2017 in Odessa. Their project was developed from their online mapping of Lesotho and focuses on apps to assist the emergency services. This is a massive achievement for the team and is a result of very hard work and support from their mentors Ms Cronin and Mr Fitzgerald.

For full details download the Press Release


A Great Finale to our Athletics Year.

Huge congratulations to Aaron Cullen and Craig Giles who both competed in the All-Ireland’s Track and Field Championships in Tullamore. Craig started the day’s competition with a fast 800m, he stayed with the top group and held his own placing 2nd  with a time of 1min 57secs! Aaron was up next in the U16 mile and it was an amazing tight tactical race that came down to a photo finish with Aaron winning the race and placing 1st. Craig was up again to race in the 1500m, with tired legs and tough competition Craig had a phenomenal race with less than 300m to go he made his move passing out 3 athletes to finish in 2nd place!

Both boys have represented the school with distinction and the athletics club and school are very proud of them! Their hard work at training and commitment to athletics have shown them to be great role models for the younger members of the club.

Wishing ALL the members of the athletics club a great and active summer.

First Years Drive Teachers up the Wall.

First year students were brought to ‘Awesome Walls’ in Finglas last Thursday 25th of May. Students had some fun and a well-deserved break before the summer exams. Thanks to the first year tutors and Mr. Maynes for organising the trip and accompanying the students and thanks to Miss Clarke for supervising on the day.

Shadowy characters spotted in K5!

A ‘multobitumis’, a bat-dragon, a winged fish, a moss-covered dinosaur, a minotaur, and a sentient durian – just some of the otherworldly shadow creations made by Mr. Williams’ second year art class for their end of term project. Working from their imaginations to dream up fantasy worlds, students researched, designed and constructed prosthetics to transform themselves into alien ’shapeshifters’, revealed only in shadow.

Well done to Gregory Peyton, Annette Saidléar, Eve Donnellan-Murphy, Christopher Leavey-Stewart, Euan Burke, Nunghthida Phoomchaichot and Mr Williams for an inspiring and creepy design project. To see all of the photos in full size see the flickr photo feed on the right.

Graduations and Awards – Celebrations and Surprises.

There was a wonderful surprise in store for the audience at our  Graduation Celebration on Monday 22 May. As parents and teachers replaced our own fantastic choir and sang a beautiful version of ‘I hope You Dance’ the students were visibly moved and genuinely surprised. The time spent in secret rehearsals paid off and proved to be the highlight of an enjoyable and nostalgic day.


Thanks to Ms Norris, Ms O’Driscoll, Ms McGlynn, Mr Maynes, Mr Fitzgerald the Sixth Year Tutors and everyone involved behind the scenes.

The TY Graduation Evening was a marvelous celebration of the students’ achievements during their very busy year. Thanks to Ms Molamphy, Ms Gaffney and the whole TY Team for a great year.







Congratulations too to Aaron Connolly of 1C who was awarded third place in the Irish Junior Mathematics Competition 2017. He is pictured here with his proud Maths Teacher Ms Maher.






Our Students of the Year can be viewed under our Academic Achievement page.


Power(ful) Points from Ms Kernan’s First Year Class.

Ms Kernan asked 1N to present Powerpoints on energy and was electrified by the the high standard of the science projects.

Joel Kombara did his presentation on the general heading of ‘Energy’
Niall Heeney and Ben Mc Carthy were gas with their ‘Fossil Fuels’
Sarah O’ Flaherty and Leah Foran shone with ‘Solar Energy’. ‘Nuclear Power’ by Emile Meister, Dumebi Nwosu and Darragh Hogan got a great reaction and ‘Water Power’ by Lauren Upton was dam good. (Sad puns supplied by Mr Clarke). Well done to 1N and Ms Kernan. Click on the Powerpoints below to view them: