Inclusion and Equality Week.

From the 2nd to the 5th of May our Student Council will be conducting a week around Inclusion and Equality. This week aims to highlight the uniqueness of our diverse community. The schedule for the week is as follows:
Tuesday: Quiz during religion classes. Through this quiz, we hope to increase an understanding and tolerance towards each other.
Wednesday: LGBT Awareness Day. We request students to wear an extra article of clothing separate to their school uniform referring to the rainbow flag. This could be a pin, different colour socks etc.
Thursday: Gender Equality Day. We are lucky to have a speaker come in and speak to our classes about Gender Equality.
Friday: Culture Day. We hope to celebrate culture around the world on this day.
Thank You!

Heads Up!

Thanks to Ms Tynan for sending in photos of her first year sculptures.
They had to make a clay sculpture based around what was inside their head and the results were very impressive.
These two are a sample of their great work. Well done to Ms Tynan and 1D.

Adult Education April Classes

Coming Soon:  A new extra term for Zumba, Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates and Pre and post natal Pilates:

We will commence a new term in the above courses on the following dates:

Zumba: Tuesday 4th April 7:30pm 7 weeks for €50  in the sports hall

Yoga: Tuesday 18th April 8:15pm 10 weeks for €70 upstairs in the Sports Hall

Pilates: Tuesday 18th April 7pm 10 weeks for €80 upstairs in the Sports Hall

Pilates: Pre and Post natal: Saturday’s from 22nd April 8 weeks for €80 upstairs in the Sports Hall

Tai Chi: Wednesday 26th April 6 weeks for €50 upstairs in the Sports Hall (to be confirmed, numbers dependent).

Present and new students welcome. All courses will cater for mixed levels, so beginners and those with experience welcome.

Enrol online by clicking on the enrol here button.

¡Enhorabuena chicos!

The second years who study Spanish had a talk by the Education Adviser from the Spanish Embassy in Ireland. He talked about different aspects of Spanish culture such as food, literature, history as well as discussing some facts about the Spanish economy. At the end of the talk the students had a quiz in groups to test their understanding.

The talk was greatly enjoyed by students. Here is a picture of the proud winners with their diplomas. ¡Enhorabuena chicos!

Bond Traders.

TY Business students went to the Heilix today to participate in a Bond trading workshop and competition. Congratulations to Hannah O’ Flaherty, Colm O’Connor, Luke Clancy and Robert Richmond on coming 6th in the Bank of Ireland bond trading competition for North County Dublin. Congratulations to Suzannah Quinn on winning a spot prize of two Rugby tickets. Well done to all TY Business students that took part and thanks to Ms Tolan and Ms Breen.