Newsletter – Monday September 27 2021


Lord, May we hear the human voice above the air of progress,
and may we not forget human sympathy and friendship in our automatic, fast and sometimes impersonal world.
May we help our world to progress Lord.
May we discover the greatness of your universe and the dignity of the people you created in love.
May we understand more about the world and about life.
But never let us forget, Lord, to love others.

Prayer Chosen by our Chaplain, Miss Conlon

Monday Sept 27All DaySchool Closed
Weds Sept 2910.40am classStudent Compass Class (mail & details to follow).
Thursday Sept 30All DayEuropean Day of Languages
9-10.30Seo Bothair
Lunchtime in the QuadBeaufort Buzz Clubs Launch

Well done to 6th Year Student Rosie Byrne whose single ‘Leaving with Me’ is out now and was enjoyed by the whole school community at our ‘Celebrate You’ whole school remote assembly on Friday September 24.

‘Celebrate You’ Assembly

On Friday September 24 our Head Girls Alanna Norris, Beibhinn O’Higgins and Sadhbh O’Higgins led a whole school online

‘Celebrate You’ Assembly

with the purpose of celebrating student achievement inside and outside the classroom. Below are listed the students we celebrated and their acheivements. Well done to all our students.

  • Sophie Maxwell who made the Leinster Hockey Team.
  • Becky Hynes who made the U18 Irish basketball team. Becky will be competing in the European championships.
  • Brenda Li, who is first in Ireland at squash. She has been representing the country since 2015.
  • Congratulations to Aoibhinn Roche and Hannah Bolger in 5th Year, and their teacher Ms Maloney, who won an Intel Award at Sci-Fest for the Best Technology Project.
  • Leonie Power and Aine Rafter who made the Dublin Minor Camogie Team.
  • Lisa Webster who has recently become the juvenile captain of the Stackstown Golf Club.
  • Anna Cali and her teacher Ms Kearney, who won a Special Merit Award in the 67th Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Her entry was called ‘Surface Level’, and is on display at the Highlanes Gallery in Drogheda until the 2nd of October and is featured here.
  • Ava Clare in 3P, who is through to the European Junior Karate Championships in Prague this February.
  • To members of our student council, who have been successful in seeking the establishment of a Gaelic football team. Ms Phelan, Ms Gallagher and Ms Ball will be helping out with the team, and we hope to enter a senior cycle team into competitions this academic year.
  • Rosie Byrne for releasing her chart-topping single ‘Leaving with Me’.

Have a listen to Rosie

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