The National Parents' Council post primary (NPCpp) wishes to consult with parents on the Parent and Student Charter Bill 2016 which will be introduced by the Department of Education and Skills. See here for more details. There is a short survey to be answered which can be accessed here.
Well done to the TY Rugby team, led by captain Frank O'Grady, who became Transition Year League Division 1 champions for the second year in a row after a 26-19 win vs Belvedere in the final yesterday in Newbridge. Many thanks to coaches Ken Murray and Ross Mc Keever.
Well done to all of the Gonzaga participants in this year’s All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad. Some 4000 students across the country signed up for the challenge, 1306 took part in round one, 100 qualified for the National Final.
Padraig Sheehy achieved 5th place nationally and will represent Ireland a...
See here to view a set of talks recorded during a recent seminar called 'Faith in the Future - Seminar for Religious Education in Jesuit Schools'. Speakers included Tom Groome (Boston College) and Peter Knappen (Jesuit Education Delegate of Belgium).
The Parents' Council would like to draw your attention to the following event on Saturday, April 8th:
FREE EVENT FOR PARENTS OF POST-PRIMARY STUDENTS. Covering cyber aggression, social media and much more. Organised by National Parents Council post primary (NPCpp) SATURDAY 8TH APRIL 2017 ST TIERNAN’...
A table quiz in aid of Habitat for Humanity will be held in The Goat Bar & Grill (Upstairs), Clonskeagh, on Tuesday 28th March at 7.45 pm. Tables of four €40. A raffle will be held on the night. All proceeds to the Zambia trip.
To mark National Tree Week (March 5th - 12th 2017) the Green Schools Committee organised tree planting and nature walks in the school grounds. On Thursday, a group of very energetic volunteers, mainly from First Year, planted a mixture of native trees near the entrance to the school with the help of...
Thanks and well done to the whole SCT squad and their coaches for all the hard work they put in to bring the school further than ever before in the Senior Cup. They lost 34-8 to Blackrock in Donnybrook yesterday in the semi-final. See photos of the SCT campaign here.