Archive for October, 2012

Carving of the Halloween Pumpkin

Oct 26, 2012 by

At 8.30am this morning students and staff alike gathered in the school lobby to see Bro. Fred carving the Halloween pumpkin.

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Blast From The Past: The Dedication Of The School 1970

Oct 26, 2012

When Mr. Colhoun moved into his new office he came across the booklet that marked the dedication of the school in 1970.

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Parents Association A.G.M: Guest Speaker John Lonergan

Oct 25, 2012

John Lonergan will visit our school Tuesday 20th November to give a talk on parenting.

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Ms. Kelly Wants To Know: Have You Got Maths Eyes?

Oct 25, 2012

The Local Education Task Force which includes the Home School Community Liaison Cluster will soon launch a community based project called’ Have You Got Maths Eyes’.

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Poetry Week Winners

Oct 25, 2012

As the Poet Tree sheds its poetry leaves for the Autumn please enjoy these photographs of students who received special prizes from Mr. Colhoun for the poems they wrote during Poetry Week.

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Yellow Flag Programme: Talk by The Irish Traveller Movement

Oct 25, 2012

Ms. Kelly would like to thank Geraldine Dunne and Caitriona Doyle from Southside Traveller Action Group who visited the school to talk about Traveller Culture recently. 

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Chernobyl Children International Talk

Oct 23, 2012

Trina Gilchrist from Chernobyl Children International visited 6L and 6R religion classes today to talk about the charity and her volunteer work.

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Green Schools Committee

Oct 22, 2012

Ms. Mulholland coordinates the Greens Schools Programme in the school. The committee updates us here with the latest news.

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Decision Time for 1R and 1L

Oct 22, 2012

The time to sample option subjects is now coming to a close. First Year students have new received the forms to choose their three elective or option subjects.

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Open Night Photo Album

Oct 22, 2012

Last Thursday, 18th of October, our star students’ showed off’ their school to prospective new students and families.

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