Scoil Aireagail is currently enrolling for Adult Education Evening Classes to be held in the school starting the week of September 26th. We are pleased to be able to offer the following courses: Fitness Bootcamp Yoga Yogalates (Yoga and Pilates) Home Cookery Free Weight Circuit Training Internet for Beginners Enrolment is from 7-8 o’clock […]
Many of our 6th year students travelled to the Higher Options Conference in the R.D.S. in Dublin on Thursday 15th September. This conference provides a great opportunity to become informed about future studies and career plans. A worthwhile experience was had by all. Thanks to Ms. Dennehy, Ms. Roche, and Mary Dunne for facilitating this trip.
Our Transition Year students are currently participating in a “Street Awareness” programme with Billy O’Sullivan, Billy’s Gym Waterford. During this six week course students will learn valuable skills like how to avoid dangerous situations, how to be aware of your surroundings at all times, how to avoid fighting and also self defence.In order to avoid […]
Congratulations to last year’s Junior Certificate students who picked up their results recently. They enjoyed a well-deserved day in Tramore. Many of them are currently participating in Transition Year, and we wish them all an interesting and enjoyable year. Thanks to Mr. Hagan and Anna Dowling for bringing the students to Tramore.
Congratulations to Eimear FitzPatrick who was awarded player of the tournament in a 2nd year Gaelic Football blitz, held in Thomastown recently. Despite losing the final to Castlecomer, the Ballyhale girls enjoyed their day of competition, culminating in Eimear’s individual success. Well done Eimear!
Commiserations to Julieann Malone and Michaela Kenneally, both of whom were members of the Kilkenny U16 camoige panel that lost to Cork in the All-Ireland final recently. Despite the defeat, both girls played an important part in the team’s progress all year and should be very proud of their achievements. Well done Julieann and Michaela!
Our transition year students recently enjoyed a fun-filled outing to Brandon Hill, near Graiguenamanagh, where they tackled the challenge of climbling the hill with great gusto. They also had a great time crab fishing and at lazer. Well done to all concerned, and to Mr. McGrath for organising the activities.
This year, Transition Year students have been collecting old or broken mobile phones, to raise money for Irish Autism Action. Irish Autism Action is an organisation formed in 2001 which is bringing positive change into the lives of those affected by autism. The range of services which Irish Autism Action provides includes awareness […]
Scoil Aireagail’s annual ‘Evening of Music and Song’ took place Wednesday 30th March in the Carmelite Friary, Knocktopher. 40 students from 1st year to 6th year took part on the night. Some performances on the night included the duet ‘I know him so well’ sung by Michelle Foran and Sarah Knox, ‘Whiskey in the Jar’ […]
Scoil Aireagail Transition year student Kathleen Shanahan is pictured receiving details of the trip she won to Strasbourg from school Principal Pat O’Hanlon as part of Gradu8.ie website. Kathleen will be away for 4 days and also get to see the European Parliament in action.