Hello Everyone,

Well, we have reached the end of another school year. And what a strange year it was. As it was my first year as Principal, I feel a large sense of regret that I could not carry out the traditional end of year duties that would normally fall to me. I imagine that what I feel is only a fraction of what our current Leaving Cert students feel and indeed all of our students that usually get a great sense of satisfaction in having successfully completing another year of school.

I would like to say to all of our students that you have successfully completed your year of studies despite the very difficult circumstances. I am very proud of all of you and the sacrifices that you have made to keep yourselves and others around you safe.  I am also proud of the resilience and resourcefulness you have shown throughout this crisis. We have all worked together to make the best of a bad situation. I would like to thank all of our parents who engaged with us and supported their children’s education through this difficult time. Working together, we can achieve so much more.

I fully intend to keep you updated with developments in relation to our school and Covid-19 throughout the summer months. I really look forward to welcoming all of our students back in September and working with you all as education partners to help our students achieve their potential. 

Kind regards,

Adrian Power

Principal (On behalf of the school staff and Board of Management)


PE Competition Winners

Junior Category

Most imaginative video: Josh Whelan – 1st year

Most skillful: Amber Shaw – 1st year

Highly commended also in this category: 3rd year – Alex Guthrie, 2nd year – Robbie Osman, and 1st year – Ellie Whelan, Sean Lowry, Daire Burke and Peter Pullen

Senior Category

Most imaginative video: Ciara Redmond – 5th year

Most skillful: Ryan Miller Sinnott – 5th year

Highly commended also in this category were Hannah McKevitt and Milan Kovacs

Well done to all who entered!

The PE Department.


Final “Problem of the week Winners”

Congratulations to the winners of the final “Problem of the Week” puzzle Adam Doherty (JC2) and Marissa Bail (JC3). You will be presented with a €10 voucher on your return to school. Well done to you both and many thanks to all who entered the competition each week 👍
Wishing you all a very happy and safe summer holidays! Ms Fogarty ☺️