Sixth year Geography students visited Garretstown beach recently on a geography field trip. They studied tidal movement and coastal erosion and deposition. On return to school they are currently writing up their findings which will be presented as their practical coursework in the Leaving Certificate Examination 2018.
SVSS welcomed Lord Mayor, Cllr. Tony Fitzgerald and Lady Mayoress, Georgina Fitzgerald to the school recently. The Lord Mayor addressed the students, visited the Art Department, congratulated the Basketball Teams on continued success and he officially opened a new extension to the school's ASD LIR Hub.
TY students bond at the Eclipse Outdoor Pursuits Centre in Kenmare, enjoying a comprehensive range of activities in beautiful, natural surroundings.
Enrolment Application Forms are now available from the main school office
for the academic year 2018/2019.
Closing date for receipt of completed Application Forms is FRIDAY OCTOBER 20th 2017 at 3.30p.m.
Amanda Malmon and Sabrina Alom launch our Student Journal 2017/2018.
Both students designed the covers for this year's edition.
St Vincent’s 6th Year Art students had a fantastic start to the new school term when they were treated to a very informative guided tour of the Crawford Art Gallery.
The tour was specifically aimed at supporting our students’ work within their Leaving Certificate Examination 2018. Paintings, sculpture and stained glass works by Irish artists past and present were discussed in a student-friendly manner with the girls, giving them plenty of inspiration and new ideas for their own future artworks.
Many thanks to the Crawford Gallery Education Office for their continuing support of St Vincent’s budding artists.