Thank you to our students and helpers who are working on our Green Schools programme this year, (Cain, Mark, Jack, Bobby, Colm, Jack, Aaron, Kingsley & Ryan). Our recycling school clean up takes place each Friday morning and a good number of students are working hard on the school
Many thanks to Second Year students James Nevin, Brian Cooney, Evan Moore & Abdul-Jabbar Benrahab for helping prepare the front entrance flower pots for the school open night this evening. Thanks to Ms. Donnelly for coordinating the project.
Well done to all those first year boys and girls who entered the national competition to name one of the 17 seismometers that will be deployed off the North Atlantic Ocean. There were some fabulous names. Winning entrants were today celebrated at morning assembly. The following first
On Tuesday last our TY’s where treated to a very inspirational talk given by BT Young Scientist Ambassador, Oran Donovan. Oran is a 2nd year student from Trinity College Dublin. He is studying nanotechnology. In 2017 Oran won the technology section at the BT Young Scientist. His
Many thanks to our GS students and teachers, Mr. Rayfus & Mr. Barnett for helping out with our green schools pendant frames. As part of a design learning module, students in the Suite are developing an awareness around numeracy concepts of length and distance. In today’s design le
Mr Sean Smyth, the new Principal of Grange Community College, was on hand today to deliver the 2018 Leaving-Certificate results. Students received record results in the school. Mr Smyth has served the Donaghmede community for most of his teaching career. He leaves the history departme
Congratulation to our Third Year, parents and their sons Aaron, Jack and Colm who graduated with their ‘Junior Certificate School Programme Certificates of Achievement’ in the school this morning. A lot of hard work went into preparing the folders and a big thank you to Ms Donnelly fo
A big thank you to Brandon O Connor (TY) who helped raise funds for the autism class today. (€163.66) In front of well over 100 students and many of the school staff, Brandon completed a specially designed obstacle course which included many obstacles that his colleagues in the Dublin