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Events
Oct
04 2018
Staff Meeting/Subject Department Planning
Oct
22 2018
Transition Year Parent Teacher Meeting
Oct
24 2018
TY School Tour to Madrid
Oct
26 2018
School Closed: JCT Staff In-service
24-Sep-2018
Our school Mass today was a moving and beautiful celebration to mark Mercy Day and it was a privilege to have the local Sisters of Mercy with us. Congratulations to 6th year student Hannah Quinn who received the inaugural Mercy Award presented by the
21-Sep-2018
Our 1st year students really enjoyed the after school 'Bake Club' during the week and by the looks of it are talented little bakers! Well done girls
20-Sep-2018
Our new Student Council of 2018-19 representing all year groups, had their inaugural meeting today! The Student Council is a representative structure through which students work in partnership with school management, staff and parents for the benefit
18-Sep-2018
2nd year Art students and 3rd year Religious Education students had a delightful visit from Sligo Iconographer Maureen Quinn today leaving both students and teachers in awe of her talent. This was a cross- curricular event strengthening links between