Scoil Aireagail held its annual awards ceremony this week to celebrate students who have made a positive contribution to the school throughout the year. The following students achieved success at the awards: Junior Student of the Year: Emma O’ Keeffe Senior Student of the Year: Jamie Barron PE Awards 1 Blue: Hannah Persse 1 […]
Archive | 2018
The senior Green schools committee members went to Kilkenny to collect the green flag for biodiversity. Well done to all students involved. Pictured is the Senior green schools committee members, Eoin O’Driscoll, Richie Cody and Valeriu Blascu.
Pictured are members of the students council from Scoil Aireagail who attended Dáil Éireann on Tuesday May 15th. They had a tour of Leinster house and got to watch leaders questions in the Dail and a debate on biofuels in The Seanad. Thanks to Ms. Phelan for organising the trip.
Our Transition year and 3 rd year students went on a trip to Grow HQ Waterford during the week. GIY and GROW HQ are all about helping children to develop ‘food empathy’ – a better understanding and appreciation of food – and to have a bit of fun while doing so! They want to help […]
Scoil Aireagail’s boys basketball team played Grennan College in a series of challenge games on 4th May last. The 2nd Years were playing their first competitive match against an experienced side, and put up a very strong performance. Well done lads, and thanks Mr. Mc Grath for organising the games.
On 23rd April Scoil Aireagail was delighted to welcome singer / songwriter Simon James from Dublin. Simon is an up-and-coming successful artist who has already supported big-name acts, at national events. He spends some of his time visiting schools throughout the country, entertaining students with many of […]
In early March all of our first years competed in the regional round of the Irish Junior Maths Competition. Based on these results, Arthur Long (1 Yellow) was invited to compete in the 24th Final of the Junior Maths Competition. The final took place on Friday April 27th in St. Kieran’s College. Arthur put on […]
On Wednesday 21st of March our sixth year students once again headed south west on our annual trip to The Gaeltacht. The aim of this trip has always been to improve tudents fluency in the Irish language by giving them the opportunity to speak Irish only for three days. The group left Scoil Aireagail early […]
The sixth year debs committee organised a table quiz on 26th April in the hall to raise funds for their debs in August. There was a really positive atmosphere at the quiz as the students in teams answered a good mix of general knowledge questions.
Students in 2nd and 3rd year have been busy over the last number of weeks completing their classroom based assessments in English, Business and Science. Classroom Based Assessments (CBAs) provide students with opportunities to demonstrate their learning and skills in ways not possible in a pen and paper examination,for example, their verbal communication and investigation skills. This […]