TY Students provided cupcakes and music during lunchtime in the Social Area under the direction of their music teacher Ms. A. Murphy. Proceeds went to the Irish Cancer Society to help in its fight against cancer. A good time was had by all while supporting a very worthy cause.
Mr. Barry Andrews, CEO of GOAL returned to the classroom recently to visit the TY students. He spoke of the work of the international humanitarian agency dedicated to the alleviation of suffering among the poor and vulnerable in the Phillipines and Syria. He thanked the students for their fundraising efforts on behalf of GOAL
The Annual Gingerbread Village proved to be a very popular event again this year. The TY students made the houses in Home Economics classes under the direction of Ms. C. Boyle and Ms. S. Connolly. The kits were sponsored by IKEA this year and for this we express our appreciation. The village was on display in the Social Area and was enjoyed by our own students throughout the day. This year we invited the Senior Infant Classes from the Primary School to see the village and a concert of Christmas carols was enjoyed by all and was led by our First Year Choir conducted by Ms. M. Fitzgerld
The Transition Year students were once again very successful when they won the Award for Best Team Spirit at the recent Trade Fair organised by Enterprise Ireland at the Blackpool Shopping Centre. Congratulations to the students and their teacher Ms. E. Lysaght
TY Students begin an Internet Safety Programme with Trend Micro, an International Computer Security Company. They will raise internet safety awareness among their peers in the school.
Ms. C. McCarthy and Sarah Constant(First Year) are congratulated on winning Cork Jerseys recently. The Fundraiser was organised by the TY students in aid of
The Irish Cancer Society.