Well Done and thank you to all the students who took part in our Christmas song for 2021. Merry Christmas Everyone. Click here to listen Scoil Aireagail Music Christmas
Archive | 2021
Congratulations to the winners of our Christmas dress up day.
Great fun and fresh air was had yesterday on our Christmas sponsored walk. Well done to all involved and a big thank you to all those who sold tickets which raised money for the school.
Our Transition Year students recently visited the Reptile Zoo to see and learn about the various different reptiles they have in their care. Some students were brave enough to get up close to the animals. Thanks to the Reptile Zoo for having us. TYs then finished off the day with a spot of bowling.
Well done to the third year woodwork class on the completion of their lamps. There was a lot of different skills involved such as design, woodturning, shaping of bases and wiring of the lamps. Well done to all and thanks to their teacher Mr. Walsh for his help.
3rd year Art students used catalogues to make origami Christmas trees, spray painted and decorated them to create these festive table top decorations.
Please click below to read our Newsletter December 2021 Scoil Aireagail Newsletter December 2021
Our TYs had an online presentation today from Virginia Bohan who is the Senior Training Advisor of Apprenticeship Services with KCETB. The talk gave students great information and advice regarding apprenticeships and the many and wide variety of Apprenticeship programmes that are available in Ireland.Please see https://apprenticeship.ie/ for more information. Students also had a talk […]
2nd Year business students partcipated in a “mock strike” today. They have been learning about industrial disputes and types of industrial action. They also learned about the necessary steps employees must take to make a strike official. To make their strike official a secret ballot was held to vote whether they wanted to proceed with […]
Our TY Business students produced wallet sized information booklets that contained information about what rights consumers have when they purchase goods and services under The Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act 1980. The booklets displayed both depth of knowledge for consumer law and also great creativity. Well done to all involved.