• WEBINAR – Supporting your Child to Develop Positive Learning Habits with Avril Egan This webinar is designed to assist parents and guardians in supporting their child to improve their academic performance. The aim is to inform parents and guardians about the small but invaluable support structures they can put in place at home which […]
Link to register: https://mktoevents.com/Microsoft+Event/229687/157-GQE-382 Thursday, 21st January 2021 | 5.45 PM – 6.45 PM -How to log in to Office 365 -Overview the Teams Platform -File Structure within Teams -Tracking Assignments -Where to find assignment feedback given by a teacher -The use of student gradebook -Checklist in the event of a school closure & other […]
Christmas is coming and so is one of the most enjoyable and powerful days of the year. The Student Council has decided to hold our annual Christmas Jumper Day this Friday, the 11th of December. This is your chance to Christmas up your uniform by putting on your favourite Christmas jumper and do something really […]
Congratulations to our TY students who put on our very first Scifest. Great projects on a wide range of topics.
Our third-year students had a study seminar on Friday last and it was extremely well received by all. The presentation lasted 2 ½ hours covering topics such as exam techniques, note-taking, planning and revision. It was a great opportunity for our students to improve their study techniques and to get motivated. Below are come comments […]
Well done to Holly Koolhof and Ronan Hill for winning October’s Numeracy Puzzle competition. Well done!
TYs and Ms.Moriarty’s 3rd year science class took part in a webinar called Sustainable Farming. The researchers from Teagasc spoke about research they are doing in the dairy industry. Students learned how mixed species swards, dietary changes and genetics can play a role in reducing the environmental impact of dairy farming.
Congratulations to Noah Bates (2nd year) who was a merit winner in the Texaco Art Competition. There were two Wexford merit winners in the 12 to 13 group.
Some more models of cells. This time by Miss Moriarty’s 1st year students.