The 12 members of our school 's Young Social Innovators (YSI) team presented their Strictly Come Dancing for Over 60s last Wednesday. After careful planning and organising the event was a huge success, bridging stereotypes between the younger and the older generations of our local community.
Well done to Holly Carroll(2nd year) and Emma Bickerdike (5th year) on qualifying and competing in the All Ireland Cross Country in Waterford. Both girls did themselves and the school proud with Holly coming in the top 25 and Emma coming in the top 30 in their respective races. Well done girls!
Nathan Batchelor, Barry Mc Carthy, Edward Murphy & Brian Osborne competed in the Certified Irish Angus Beef Schools Competition today in Croke Park. With 28 schools remaining in the competition, the standard was very high. Results announced in the next few weeks. Fingers crossed for the team and thanks to their teacher Ms O’ Sullivan for her help and guidance.
A farm visit to Moorepark, Fermoy took place on Friday the 9th March ‘18. Here, senior cycle students of Ag Science got the opportunity to experience aspects of farm life as well as exposure to new technologies and research carried out by Teagasc.