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.
A team of fourth year students took part in an anti littering campaign
in conjunction with Fingal County Council
. The aim of the campaign was to create an advert to be shown in cinemas. A film crew came to the school to assist the students with the creation of the ad. The film was then judged by a panel and the advertisements from various school across Fingal were shown in Swords cinema on the big screen on the 27th of May. Our team consisted of Rebecca Smyth, Amy Jones, Lauren Hughes O Brien, Fia Donnelly, Sarah Hylton, and Katelyn Roche.
The team won the prize for the most artistic advertisement. Well done to all involved especially Ms Tynan.
Jim Gavin at the Sports Awards in 1995 when Dublin beat Tyrone in the All Ireland.
The Annual Sports Awards take place at 7.30 on Monday 11 May and we are delighted to announce that Jim Gavin, the Dublin Manager, will be making the presentations. All involved with sport in PCS this year are welcome as are their families. Thanks to all of the teachers who mentored their teams this year which involves a huge time and energy commitment.