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This is a short video for all the 6th class students who will be joining us in September as 1st years. 

We haven't forgotten about you amidst all the changes!!

 

 

This is the commemorative video produced for the 6th Years 2020.

 

Leaving Cert 2020 update

8th May 2020

The Leaving Cert as we know it has been cancelled for 2020.

It is to be replaced by a predictive grades system which will be processed in our school and sent on to the Department of Education and the State Exams Commission (SEC).

It has been announced that there will be a facility to appeal these grades to the department.

It has also been announced that students who are not happy with their grades will have the opportunity to sit their Leaving Cert subject exams in the Autumn of this year, when it is deemed safe to do so by the relevant authorities. However these will not be concluded in time for 3rd level entry in 2020.

That is all the information we have for now. As more detail becomes available we will provide regular updates.

 

Junk Kouture Photoshoot

On Wednesday the 15th of January 2020, two of the three junk Kouture groups went to the Discovery Park for the photoshoot. The two groups were Istäcke (Cleo Dinnegan and Emma Flattery) and Le Début De L’image De Soi (Katelyn O’Brien, Abby Marnell and Amy O’Shea). We started getting ready at nine o’clock by doing our hair and make-up. Both models then got into their outfits.

We were down in the Discovery Park for about 10;30 am. Mr. Dunne, our amazing art teacher took the photos on his camera and tripod stand. They were pretty bomb photos. Along with the photos we had to make a descriptive video explaining our dress and how we made it. We posted the video and some pictures on our social media accounts to promote our dresses. Unfortunately, it was a freezing day, but the discovery park had beautiful scenery which really improved the photos. We had a lot of fun and the photos looked idyllic with ice capped roofs. The photographs we took today will decide whether we get through to the next round which is the regional finals in the Helix in Dublin. Fingers crossed the we get through.You can support us by following our Instagram accounts.

Click on the photo below to view others in the album.

 

 

Junk Kouture Photo Shoot Jan 2020

Class Awards Dec 2019

We were delighted to present some of our very best students with their class awards this week. Each class group in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th year had a best academic award and two class spirit awards. The prizes were very generously sponsored by Castlecomer Credit Union.

The full list of prizewinners is below.

Click on the image below to view the full album. 

 

 

Class Awards 2019

 

Awards

1 Holohan

1 Malone

1 Morris

1 O’Connor

Best Academic

Jack Comerford

Aoife Royce Brennan

Ruby Roche

Killian Lacey

Class Spirit

Jack Coogan

Scott Delaney

Kayla O’Connor

Shona Ruane

Class Spirit

Caoimhe O’Brien

Niamh Meagher

Sarah Byrne

Kaithlin O’Neill

 

Awards

2 Clifford

2 Nolan

2 Power

Best Academic

Michael Joyce

Emma Lawlor

Diya Ann Delone

Class Spirit

Joanne Comerford

Sean Dunne

Ruth Phelan

Class Spirit

Rachel Moloney

Michael Brennan

Dylan Morrison

 

 

Awards

3 Byrne

3 Coonan

3 Haughney

3 Murphy

Best Academic

Lewis Oates

Jessica Joyce

Hollie Brennan

Adam Byrnes

Class Spirit

Eve Coogan

Muireann Ryan

Mia Nash

Kate O’Neill

Class Spirit

Ross Dowling

Cillian Dowling

Ciaran O’Neill

Gavin Connor

 

Awards

5 Bell

5 Boyle

5 Edison

5 Ford

5 Newton

Best Academic

Eva Brennan

Anna Byrne

Ciaran Kehoe/ Michala Moynan

Ava O’Shea

Ronan Brennan

Class Spirit

Harry O’Mahony

Lydia O’Mahony

Darragh O’Rourke

Oisin Dwyer O’Neill

Katie Ryan

Class Spirit

Tadhg Hunt

Richard Murphy

Yvonne Dooley

John Kevin Malone

 

 

 

 

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Wellread Programme

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We are delighted to announce that we have received the "wellread" award, an initiative designed and organised by the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST). It aims to create heightened awareness about the importance of creating a culture of reading in school communities for our young people as part of their personal and academic development. The school community is now recognised nationally as a school that promotes and encourages a culture of reading.

You can read more about the award on the PDST website by clicking here, and you can find out more about our school initiatives under the "extra-curricular" tab above.

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