Feb 09

Junior English Debating

Ciara Foster (Second Year), Freya Farrelly and Disha Suresh (Third Year) participated in the Octo-Final of the Junior UCD Debates on Thursday 8 February. The competition started with two hundred teams from schools across Leinster. Freya and Disha made it through last night’s competition and will now be participating in the Quarter Finals of the competition. They are now among the final sixteen teams in the competition. Well done girls!.

Jan 26

A big thank you

On behalf of Sister Orla, Principal, of out sister school in Rumbek a huge thank you to parents, students, staff and the wider school community for the tremendous contribution to   our non uniform day. €1500 was collected. Thank you so much.

Jan 26

Sports Newsletter

Jan 26

Transition Year Timetable

The timetable for module 4 for transition year is now available for download

Master Copy – Module 4

Dec 20

The Loreto Butterfly

Christmas is a great time for most people and I really look forward to it every year but that’s not the case for everyone. So my class, TY1, decided that amidst all the festivities and fun we could make something for those who are not and will not be having such a good holiday.

With the help of our form teacher, Ms McHugh, we created the Loreto Butterfly. We all cut out lots and lots of small paper butterflies from different coloured sheet of paper and then created the shape of a giant butterfly on the Social Awareness notice board. We then left the remainder of the butterflies at the board so that people could write the name of a loved one who is no longer with them, something they are worried about and any other concerns they may have and add them to the butterfly. In a way, leaving that worry behind them for the day.

It makes me feel very happy to see people adding items to the notice board every day when I walk past. I truly hope we have made someone feel a little less lonely or upset this Christmas time.

Áine Sheridan

Dec 20

Bon Voyage! Aoife

Best wishes to Aoife Donohue (Sixth Year) who travels to New Zealand as part of her Gaisce Gold Award in January.  Aoife was successful in her application and interview process to be selected as one of four individuals from Ireland to represent Gaisce Ireland.  She will join the Atlantic Youth Trust on a 2-week trip on board the Spirit of New Zealand Tall Ship.

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