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Monthly Roundup – November 2021

TY Activities

The last number of weeks have been really busy for our TY pupils. On top of their usual classes, modules, and projects they have enjoyed team building workshops, a seminar on friendship & relationships, the TY Architects in schools programme, the Cavan Drama festival, drumming lessons, juggling lessons, guidance and college presentations!

School Improvement Plans 2021/22

These plans are accessible on the school website. The current focus is on teachers using effective, higher order questioning in their classrooms which encourages pupils to engage with material in a deeper and more meaningful way. There is also a focus on more detailed feedback for pupils as well as an ongoing emphasis on literacy and numeracy.

World Junior Triathlon Championships 2021

Well done to Charlotte and Olivia Moore who travelled to Quarteira, Portugal in November to represent Ireland in their first world championships.

Team Hope Christmas Shoebox Appeal

Well done to the many pupils who have been busy preparing shoeboxes for delivery to Eastern Europe and Africa. We are delighted to be able to engage with this project again this year. It is a practical expression of the school’s Christian ethos. In many cases these gifts may be the only one these children receive this Christmas and are therefore much appreciated.

Mini Companies

There are 16 mini companies operating in the school this year. Many of these will attend craft fairs/sales over the festive period. They will also produce an online sales catalogue again this year. Please look out for this on our social media channels.

Maths week

In late October the students really enjoyed the RSC maths week. Glorious weather allowed the maths teachers bring the classroom outside to engage pupils in a number of challenges around the school grounds. Thanks to Mr. Kavanagh and Ms. Henry for all of their work on this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Art Grant

The Art Department was delighted to recently receive a grant from BLAST and the Department of Education. This grant will enable our students to work with a local artist to design a unique piece of visual art for our school. Well done to Ms. Burns and Ms. Crowe on securing this funding.

TY Awards 2021

Award Winners 2021:

Congratulations to all the winners of TY awards.

Student of the Year
Jonah Beju

Spirit of Transition Year
Megan Griffith Keane

Neven’s Cookery Competition Winners
1st – Carley Byers
2nd – Shazeya Ahamed

Photography Competition Winners
1st – Jonah Beju
2nd – Joe Mitten
3rd – Matthew McCauley

Photographer of the Year
Matthew McCauley

Prize for Fundraising
Graeme Garland (Raised €315 for Focus Ireland)
Total raised by students and staff was €1075

History Student of the Year
4R – Megan Griffith Keane
4S – Shazeya Ahamed

Maths Student of the Year
4R – Faith Jameson
4S – Shazeya Ahamed

Young Social Innovator
4R – Tyana Pratt-Clarke
4S – Jonah Beju

Geography Student of the Year 
Ava Nesbitt
Runners up – Charlotte Moore, Olivia Moore and Jonah Beju

Fáinne Cup
Charlotte Moore and Olivia Moore

Investment Challenge
Tyana Pratt-Clarke
Shazeya Ahamed

Best Mini Companies 
Epoxy Designs
Daniel Bernotas, Olivia Moore, Charlotte Moore  and Christopher Clarke
Always there Bear
Daphne Keyes, Megan Griffith Keane , Ava Nesbitt, Faith Jameson and Rachel Smith

Young Entrepreneur of the Year
Megan Griffith Keane

Deputy Head Girl
Megan Griffith Keane

Deputy Head Boy
Obi Nzewi

Student Enterprise

Congratulations to Ava Jackson (form 1), for her company ‘The Natural Bubble’ being awarded ‘Best commercial potential’ in the National Final of the Student Enterprise awards today. Fitting recognition for all Ava’s hard work during the year. #studententerprise


Art in Lockdown

The art students work created during lock down will be exhibited inside and in the windows of the Johnston Library from the 10th-14th of May as part of Creative Schools Week.
A selection of, ceramics, paintings, photography and graphic design will be on display.
In addition, the winners of the primary school creative competition will be exhibited also.
Click on the image below to see all the artwork
Our school endeavours to nurture students’ gifts and talents in a learning community that is supportive, inclusive and creative. Everyone is encouraged to achieve their full academic and personal potential, while developing habits that instil lifelong learning, guided by our Christian ethos.

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