The Student Council for the year 2012/2013 was elected after Christmas. The selected members underwent a training day with Sr. Anna Mai to make us aware of the work we would need to do. The students on the Student Council are: 

Sixth Year –   Rachel Hogan (Head Girl) 

Orla Milea (Deputy Head Girl) 

Fifth Year -    Ciara Holden (Chairperson) 

Brìd Lyons (Deputy Chairperson)

Fourth Year- Aoife Broe (PR Team)

Olga Lacey (PR Team)

Third Year -    Mary Mahon (Secretary)

Holly Buckley (Treasurer)

Second Year -Grace Foley (PR Team)

Sarah Kelly (PR Team)

First Year –     Chloe Grinsell (Deputy Secretary)

Elizabeth Lebedova (Assistant Treasurer)

So far this year the Student Council have bought two microwaves for the hall. We have also been part school development planning and have spent three meetings contributing to policy documents re  studying, discussing and accepting the Homework Policy, the Assessment Policy and the Attendance Policy. We updated and accepted the Student Council Constitution. We have taken on board suggestions made by the students so we have several ideas that we plan to work on in September.


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Events of the Week

18th -22nd of May 2015

TY trip to Kerry Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th

 Active week starting Monday 18th  

Graduation Mass - Wednesday 20th

TY interviews Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd

 Claddagh Training Thursday 21st 11-1.15pm

Claddagh “fun afternoon”  activities with the first years.  (First year teachers needed for supervision).

 Awards Assembly - Period 2 and 3 Thursday 21st

The timetable for practice for the L.C. mass is on the noticeboard in the staffroom.

Friday..5th year trip to Cork with Ms. Briody.

TYs to Spain on Saturday.




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