Visit Our TY Christmas Fair!

Join our Transition Year Students on Decemeber 18th for their Christmas Fair in aid of the Irish Cancer Society





5 Tolkien Social Education Key Assignment

On Wednesday, December 4th, 5 Tolkien visited the local library to complete one of their key assignments as part of their Social Education class. At the library, they researched books and other resources on Dundalk's history. Rachael, Sarah, T.J., Briana and Holly found out lots of interesting information about the history of the Dundalk railway, the origins of Dundalk Football Club, the events happening in local GAA clubs over the last 40 years, the story of the sinking of the S.S. Dundalk and lots more. The students even got to look through the archives of the "Dundalk Democrat" and check out what was happening in Dundalk on the week they were born! It was a very worthwhile and informative afternoon and well done to all students for making it a very enjoyable trip.



5th Year Trip to Butlers Chocolate Factory

On Friday 22nd November 5th and 6th Year home economics students visited Butlers Chocolate Factory in Clonshaugh. The trip was in conjunction with The Irish Food Industry section on the leaving cert course. Students got to learn about the history of chocolate and got to see the production of a wide array of chocolates together with demonstrating their artistic skills by decorating their own chocolate elephants.  It was a fantastic day for all who attended.



TY Wheelchair Basketball

TY students took part in some wheelchair basketball as a reward for the bucket day collection they held on behalf of the Irish Wheelchair association. Great fun was had by all!

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Poetry Aloud Success!

On Monday 7 students took part in the senior category of the Dublin regional heat of Poetry Aloud 2019. Kene Obiefuna and Saleem Sita were successful in the heat and will be going through to the semi-final in the National Library in November. Sixth year history students also enjoyed the excursion to Dublin to take in the WWI in Ireland exhibition that is being run by the National Library and were able to read a variety of primary sources.



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