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The Fifth Years played a volleyball tournament in the Sportshall on Tuesday. In the afternoon they took on the teachers with the teachers the victors by a very small margin!!
Great fun was had by all!

Season’s greetings to all in our school community and their families. We would like to share our beautiful Christmas tree with you. It is built from 1600 craft sticks. Each member of our school staff and each student in the school signed a stick. The sticks were then glued individually onto a timber frame.  A beautiful, colourful tree resulted to uplift all our spirits.
Grá agus suaimhneas do gach duine.

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Please click on the lick for the most recent letter from Tony Holohan to all parents. Click Here.

Our TY students are organising a Christmas Themed day this Friday December 18th in order to raise funds for the Team Hope charity as an alternative to the Shoebox appeal we usually do for them at Christmas.
All Students in the school are encouraged to wear something Christmassy as an alternative to their uniform and bring in a €2 donation to Team Hope.

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Our transition year students did a great job decorating our windows and creating a festive mood at school.

Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 



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Third Years played the finals of their badminton tournament in the school Sportshall on Tuesday, Dec 8th. They had played qualifier rounds during PE class for the last few weeks. Following their tournament, the students took on the teachers, whom they narrowly defeated. A rematch will have to happen in the new year!

Thanks to all the players, supporters, referees and teachers for a very enjoyable afternoon!

Congratulations to our newly-elected Student Council members for 2020.  We look forward to working with you this year. You have a vital part to play in making our school a better place.


In September, Pieta House launched The Know The Signs Campaign for suicide awareness month. Two of our TY students, Ava Joyce and Emma Comer have been putting up posters to raise awareness for Pieta House and are hoping to have a day in the future to fundraise for this charity. Due to Covid 19 they were unable to do the annual Darkness into Light walk, instead they planted a tree and put up a plaque in memory of all the people we have lost to suicide.



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