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Headstrong

Last week the Headstrong Mental Health Committee and Ms Cumiskey began work on a padlet, inspired by one they had seen through CDETB.

You can check out our Headstrong Inspiration Wall here https://padlet.com/mcumiskey/2ljhksoruyjeyo6c 

Workshops for First Years

Jan 27 2021
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Thank You and Congratulations to our SID Ambassadors Gavin Bradley and Lucy who have been providing workshops for our First Years. This initiative has been very much appreciated by students and their Year Head Ms V Byrne.  

AILO Problem Solving Competition

On Monday 25th January eight students tackled the first round of the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad. Congratulations to Asia Aloi, Jake Baker, Oliwier Jakubiec, Damian Korus, Gellert Moravcsik, Hannah Regan, Chloe Ryan and Eoin Walsh who all took part in the competition. The top four top students in the individual category of the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) are selected to represent Ireland at the International Linguistics Olympiad. IOL 2021 will take place in Ventspils, Latvia in July 2021. To see some IOL Puzzles click here

Catholic Schools Week

Jan 25 2021
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This year is a challenging one for students and their families. Bishop Denis has made a short video which we are sharing with all students at this time.  Click on this link to view it: Catholic Schools Week

 

Each year at this time we celebrate “Catholic Schools Week” as a school community. This year the themes of Faith, Hope, Resilience, Love and Community have never been more important as we adapt to the fast pace of change and challenges in the world.

Thanks to technology we can still share in this celebration with some thoughts and reflections throughout the week. Please feel free to take a moment to read the following quotes and reflection on today’s theme;

FAITH

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Our humanity, our community response, our FAITH and our dedication has served as a beacon of light for many during the darkness and difficulty of the last few months. Let us keep this beacon burning brightly to make sure no one is left alone as we forge a new normal in our lives.” Deacon Brian Williams