As part of Science Week 2019, Transition Year students took part in SciFest@School. They displayed and presented a variety of different projects ranging from social experiments to chemical reactions. Judges from SciFest visited each project and awarded many prizes to students at the end of the day. Our own students also got the opportunity to view each project and vote for their favourite. Well done to all Transition Year students on the hard work they put into each project. The project titled ‘What factors affect short term memory loss’ impressed the judges and these students received first prize. They are pictured below with the judges and Ms Lynch. Emma shine, Alex Feeney, Sinead Khorang, Eve O Rourke.




The group who placed second investigated the amount of Vitamin C present Citrus fruits. Laura Davara Saez, Eilish Paseos, Alexandra Diaconu.



There were many other projects highlighted by judges as highly commended, best display and for innovation.





Virtual Reality Classroom

Students enjoy trying out Virtual Reality (VR ) headsets in History & Geography class. They love the 3D images.


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Maths Week

A very successful week of activities, learning and fun was held in the school for maths week.

Minister Richard Bruton attended the celebrations on Thursday 17th.


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LCVP and Bonding Trip

The 5th years had a wonderful learning and bonding experience at Tayto Park.

The students learned about the enterprise of Tayto from its creation to production.

An enjoyable day was had by all who attended.


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3rd Year History Trip

The 3rd years took part in the 1916 walking tour, GPO Museum and a trip to Glasnevin cemetery.

It was a very informative and enjoyable day.


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