History Association Day
Thanks again to all the students and teachers who participated in last weeks History Association Day. We now have a full gallery of the day available to see at the following link.
Festival of Music
The DDLETB Festival of Music took place in the National Concert Hall yesterday (the 13th of March). The event had to be rescheduled due to Storm Emma but it was well worth the wait for all those who were in attendance last night.
A massive congratulations should be paid to all our students who participated; Aaron Meehan 5th Year, Orla Mulvey 5th Year, Wisit Nigon 2nd Year and the college choir (pictured below). All should be congratulated on their fantastic performances.
Seachtain na Gaelige
Tá spórt agus spraoi i gColáiste Pobail Mhic Dara Naofa do Sheachtain na Gaeilge faoi láthair.
Tá go leor imeachtaí ar súil ar nós Tráth na gCeist, Díospóireachtaí agus Ceolchoirm le haoí speisialta James Patrice, ambasadóir do Sheachtain na Gaeilege i mbliana.
Lá Fhéile Pádraig shona daoibh go lé
A news update relevant for all 4th/5th year French Students regarding the DELF Scolaire can be found at the following link.
Bishop Galvin Science Visit
6th class students and teachers from Bishop Galvin were visitors to our science lab for the last two Wednesday afternoons. During this time they got hands on experience using scientific equipment and got a taste of what they will experience as first year students in September. A huge thanks to all the 5th Year Biology students who helped out on the day.
National Daffodil Day
Our TY class will be selling home grown Daffodil plants at the parish centre next week just in time for the National Daffodil Day. All funds raised will go to the Irish Cancer Society.
Congratulations to Alison Casey who won the first place overall prize in SDCC’s Environmental Awareness Poster Competition. Her prize was presented by Mayor Paul Gogarty.
The Boys Under 14 team suffered a narrow defeat in the Leinster Semi Final against Cross and Passion from Kilcullen, Co.Kildare. The team did exceptionally well to come back from 8 points down to level with five minutes left before Cross and Passion got two exceptional late scores. We are very proud of the Boys efforts throughout this long campaign (which started back in September) and they represented the school with distinction at all times.
We wish Cross and Passion the very best of luck in the Leinster Final.