News from the 2016-2017 School Year
NFTE Regional Finals 16th March 2017
Rome Trip 28 Oct 2016
John O’Gara and Jimmy McElroy, accompanied by two teachers (Brendan Mays from Chanel, Coolock and Aoife Mullen from St. Mary’s, Dundalk) took 8 students to Rome specifically on pilgrimage from 23rd -26thOctober. Four students were from Chanel and four were from St. Mary’s. Read more here....
As part of their Religious Education Junior Certificate Project class 3.5 built a Sukkah.
A Sukkah is a temporary shelter used and decorated by Jews during the festival of Sukkot.
This year the festival of Sukkot falls between the 16th and the 23rd of October. Groups in the class carried out research on the festival, designed the Sukkah, built it after school and decorated it. We also got a chance to visit the Jewish Museum to gather more information on the festival.
Well done 3.5 on a fantastic project!
The Fesitval of Sukkot 28 Oct 2016
The 5th year Prefect Programme is an invaluable resource in the College. We place great importance on this mentoring programme. It provides an on-going support to First Year students in the transition from their primary schools.
This year we have sixteen candidates who are looking forward to taking on the responsibilities of leadership and support for the year. We wish them the best of luck with their First Year Forms!
Dusk til Dawn 20.Jan 2017
A massive congratulations to all the Senior students who gave up their Friday night last Friday 20th January for a very good cause. The very first Dusk ‘til Dawn Event was a huge success. A big thank you to ALL the teachers involved in organising the event.
Congratulations to Nathan Murphy, Kevin Somers, Jordan Wolverson, Josh Pigott and Brian Regan for making it to NFTE regional finals this year. Brian and Josh have been successful in making it to the National Finals which will be held in the Mansion House on the 30th of March. Good Luck!
Pi Day 14th March 2017
Well done to all students who took part in celebrating Pi Day.
Did you know that Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159.