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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION & PARENTS ANTI BULLYING CONSULTATION 2022

Dear Parents, The Department of Education is currently reviewing the Action Plan on Bullying and the Anti-bullying Procedures for Primary and Post-primary Schools. As part of this work the Department is seeking your views about what should be done to prevent and...

LCVP Students Visit Croke Park

LCVP Students Visit Croke Park

5th and 6th Year LCVP students on a visit to Croke Park as part of the leaving cert vocational programme. 5th Year students also ran a 'Guess the number of Sweets in the Jar' fundraiser and donated the funds to their favourite charity. Here they are presenting the jar...

Sixth Year Graduates Shine

Our wonderful sixth years graduated yesterday evening in the presence of parents, guardians,  teachers and friends. It was truly a pleasure to celebrate this momentous and important occasion with them.   We wish them all the joy and success in the world. Awards...

Celebrations as Assemblies Resume After Two Years!

Celebrations as Assemblies Resume After Two Years!

It was a great privilege today to hold our first award assemblies in 2 years. We want to take this opportunity to once again congratulate all the students who picked up awards. To those who didn't, let next year be your year to shine. There is no time like the present...

Class Torc wins the First Year Litter Picking Competition!

Class Torc wins the First Year Litter Picking Competition!

  As part of the Green Schools Action Fortnight, all of the First Year classes competed in a litter picking competition.  A whopping 107kg of waste was collected by all eight groups in a two week period!  Torc was the winning class having collected 23kg and they...

Second Year Hurling Win!

Second Year Hurling Win!

A big congratulations to the 2nd year hurlers who won the North Leinster 2nd Year hurling competition on Monday vs Rathdowney on a score line of  4-14 to 1-11. Well done to the captain David Regan and coaches Mr. A. Ryan and Mr McKeon. The man of the match was a split...

Green Schools achieves ‘Neat Streets’ award!

Green Schools achieves ‘Neat Streets’ award!

This week, the Green Schools achieved the 'Neat Streets' award for participation in the 'Anti-Litter and Waste Prevention Programme'.  The Committee has been very busy this year introducing and launching the new recycling programme, organising various themed weeks and...

TY Graduation 2022

TY Graduation 2022

Congratulations to all our transition year students on their graduation last Friday. The TY class received many certificates in recognition of a brilliant year's work. Our TY students who had a wonderful opportunity to display their very impressive TY Portfolio on...

Green Schools plant a wildflower garden!

Green Schools plant a wildflower garden!

Last week, the Green Schools Committee planted a wildflower garden on the school grounds.  We hope that we will have a colourful array of flowers growing there when we return in August.  

TY- Rubbish Film Festival

TY- Rubbish Film Festival

Congratulations to our TY students who produced a film & poster based on  the theme "We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors. We borrow it from our children”. They reached the final in their category and received certificates for their endeavors....

The Great Boyne Bakery

The Great Boyne Bakery

The Transition year enterprise project "The Great Boyne Bakery" was a huge success yesterday as we brought our fresh home cooked goods and entrepreneurial skills to market. We sold cakes, cookies, brownies, sweets, soft drinks and lots more. We raised a total of €350....

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