Niamh O’Mahoney , TY is heading to Clongowes College, Co. Kildare this weekend to represent Pres Tralee in the 3,500m All Ireland Schools Cross Country. Niamh, who runs with An Ríocht only took up running last year. She says she runs twice a day and often runs with her dog, Buddy, a Kerry Foot Beagle. […]
Go to our Video Gallery to watch some amazing animations created by the Art Department over the last number of years. Philip Larkin’s poem The Trees and Sylvia Plath’s Poppies in July were animated by Ms O’Sullivan’s 5th year Art Class 2013-2014. The Brendan Kennelly animation was created by Transition Year students in 2011. TY […]
Students enrolled to enter the school in September will be welcomed into the school on Saturday 9th March. Students will sit an entrance assessment from 10.am until 12 noon. These assessments will be used to allow us to plan for your entry into the school. The Principal will host and information seminar with Parents from […]
Parents/guardians information meeting on the 5th yr School Tour will take place in the school on Tuesday 26th February at 7pm. It is essential that a parent/guardian/or other representative attends this meeting. Please contact the school if you are unable to attend.
We would like to wish our 6th year students all the best as they start their mock exams tomorrow and to our 3rd years who will start on Thursday.
Aoise Healy a 2nd year student recently received an award from Kerry County Council, presented by Ms. Norma Foley. Last year Aoise travelled to Poland to participate in the 4th International Hallwick Gala,which is gala for people of all ages with a disability. In all 7 countries were represented and over 75 competitors took part. […]
Transition Year Students presented a cheque for €1000 to former Principal Sr Brid Clifford in aid of Cuan Mhuire. The Cuan Mhuire organisation is Ireland’s largest voluntary provider of Rehabilitation Treatment for individuals suffering from addiction and other related issues. Since its formation in 1966, Cuan Mhuire has treated over 75,000 people. Its main objective is the […]
A mobile phone curfew is a set time each evening during term time when students are asked to surrender up their devices (phones, tablets, MP3 players, laptops etc.) There is now a great deal of evidence both research based and anecdotal to suggest that continued, prolonged use of ‘bluescreen’ technology late at night is […]