Free Cyber Bullying & Internet Safety Training Day
WEDNESDAY 17th October 2018
9 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. (Students)
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Staff )
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. (All parents)
Last week was Languages and Culture Week check out our photo gallery here showing some of the events that took place.
This week is Mental Health week there are many activities taking place throughout the school.
Next week is Maths week, again with lots of activities for students to take part in.
Students check out our events here!
Athletics & Cross Country (Boys/Girls)
Minor & Junior Girls Hockey
Junior & Senior Girls Rugby
Band (All Pupils)
Senior GIrls Hockey
U16 & Senior Boys Soccer
Form 1 and 2 Girls Soccer
Choir (All Pupils)
Acting Principal’s address at 7 p.m. sharp.
Co-educational weekly boarding and day school.
Fifth and Sixth class Parents and children are invited to view the School and meet with the staff.
The Royal School offers:
Sunday 26th August (Evening):
Form 2, Form 3 and Prefect boarders return at/ before 9:30 pm.
Monday 27th August:
School opens at 8:40 am for Form 2, Form 3 Pupils & Prefects
Monday 27th August (Evening)
Form 1, TY and Prefect Boarders return at/ before 9:30 pm.
Tuesday 28th August
School opens at 8:40 am for Form 1, TY and Prefects.
Tuesday 28th August (Evening)
Remaining Form 5 and 6 boarders return at/ before 9:30 pm.
Wednesday 29th August
At 8:40 am all pupils attend school
Best of luck to the class 2018, receiving their results tomorrow.
Below are some links and phone numbers that may be helpful in the coming days:
Results are available in the school on the morning of August 15th and are available online at examinations.ie from 12 noon – PIN required to access this service.
The Helpline is provided courtesy of the National Parents’ Council in association with the Irish Independent, eir and supported by the Dept. of Education & Skills. The Institute of Guidance Counsellors are employed to provide qualified guidance counsellors to give advice and support to both students and their parents.
Congratulations to Rachel Alexander, Sophie Reilly, Barry Stratford, Kelvin McNally and Lloyd Hastings on being one of six finalists in the Certified Irish Angus Beef School’s Competition.
The students traveled to Cahir in Tipperary yesterday to meet their five calves which they will receive at the ploughing championships in September. The students will then rear the calves for 18 months under their given theme “The value of Irish Angus in Production System’s” until slaughter. The final of the competition will be held in spring 2020.