Well done to each and every one of our Junior Certificate students who received their results today. Parents and Guardians shared in a happy occasion during which Ms Deeney congratulated them for their personal achievement supported by their families. Thanks to Ms Molamphy for organising an entertaining morning of Samba drums and Juggling. We wish our students all the best as they enter Senior Cycle well equipped for the road ahead.
Our first walk in enrolment night will take place next Monday, 7th September from 7:30 – 8:30 pm. Further details on all our courses are available under the Adult Education Tab. Online enrolments are available with the “Pay Now” Easy Payments Plus button on the side of the page.
Our new First Years have had a great but tiring week in PCS. They have had lots of help from their tutors and the prefects while trying to get used to changing classes, multiple teachers and the one way system. Thanks to Ms Maguire some of their insightful and well expressed reflections on their experiences have been displayed on our Literacy Board.
Procedure for applying for a place in 1st Year:
Applications, other than the Howth Deanery area, must be made by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in writing during the October preceding entry (i.e. when the student is in 6th class).
Application forms will be posted to parents at the beginning of November.
Our new First years had an energetic and enjoyable day of fun this week during which they participated in various sports and challenges while getting to know each other in the sunshine.They even had a lesson on nutrition and the importance of exercise. We are very grateful to all of the teachers who gave their time to make the day possible and especially our PE teachers for organising our annual day of bonding and fun.
Check out this video of all the latest exciting and inspiring initiatives led by Mr Fitzgerald in Lesotho here.
On behalf of the whole school community, I wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Govan Jolliffe Byrne. We cannot comprehend the terrible shock and grief they are feeling but we are keeping them in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.
We are also deeply appreciative to the management and staff of the PSLC who, when news of the tragedy struck, opened their facilities for Govan’s school friends and members of the wider community to meet and support one another.
May Govan rest in peace.
Eithne Deeney, Principal.
Our new brochure for the Autumn term is available here.
All of our popular courses are listed, and also many new additions to our programme. Why not have a browse and sign up for a course using our easy payments plus system.