The Girls Under 16s Volleyball team won all three of their matches on Friday and so advance to the next round of the competition. The games were hard fought and the girls did a great job supporting each other and never giving up.
We had a great response to our competition and the standard of our entries was very high. Thank you to everyone who took part and a special thank you to our judges Ms Parsons and Mrs Ni Bhradaigh who had the difficult task of choosing our winners. Our winners were Ellie Carrol, Erika
Transition Year students had a fantastic experience building and coding their very own robots recently in Dublin City University. DCU has partnered with Lego® Education, creating an interactive learning hub with the aim of promoting the skills of innovation and creativity for both stu
Friday 28th of September will be etched in the memories of some of our first years as they got to observe real science in action. Today’s science lesson was a real STEM, apologies, ‘Gem’. Following on from that winning entry to name one of the seismometers , Grange C
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