Ms O'Connell, Ms Boland, Daria Vecchio, Orlagh Allen, Athena Koumarianos and Ella Turbidy attended the presentation of the Well Read national award ceremony in City West, as one of the 25 schools receiving a flag and certificate.

The award is given to schools that have promoted reading within the school and the wider community.

On Tuesday, we celebrated International Girls Day.  Each girl received chocolate to mark the event.

The cross country season this year has started well with over 39 competitors taking part in the 'Brother at My Side' cross country race in Santry.There were approximately 2000 competitors  in total and up to 250 in some of the races.
All students performed well but special mention goes to 1st Year's Aoife Mc Cormack who ran a fantastic race and came 22nd, Maria Reynolds 64th and Julia Crowley  69th. The future is looking very bright for our 1st year cross country team.
It was also fantastic to see one of our Spanish students Sandra Jover come 29th in the Inter Race - well done.
A great day, well done to all. 

See Student Information Packs for details of the 6th Year  Poetry Competition.

Closing Date Friday 14th October.  document view here

Fourth Years attended the Zeminar conference in the RDS on Tuesday. The conference was featured in the Irish Times yesterday and focuses on positive Mental Health for teenagers.

Meanwhile, Sixth Years attended a very successful "Two days of Reflection" last weekend in Ovoca Manor, Arklow facilitated by the R.E. and Chaplaincy teams.

Congratulations to our fabulous sailing team who came 3rd in the Loreto All Ireland Sailing Competition:

Alice Tyrell, Isabelle Cunningham. Manon Abrard, Grace & Helen O'Beirne and Sophie Bolger.

Contratulations also to Sophie Bolger who achieved 2nd place in the B race.

Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, Killiney

Friday 21st October 2016

8.30 pm till late 

Band & prizes galore

Tickets €25

Available to purchase daily from TY students

at break times and lunchtimes outside the office

Congratulations to the O'Sullivan Family ( Dalkey), on winning the Raffle Prize of Half a Year's School Fees.