Post Primary Schools South East Basketball Champs!

Congrats to our U16 Basketball Team who beat Our Lady’s,Templemore,34 points to 22 points in the WIT South East Finals 2019 in the Ireland Post-Primary Schools competition.

Huge congratulations to Ms Kennedy,their coach, and all the team.

We are very proud of you all!

‘Help Others’ Basketball League

This November we ran  a “Help Others” Basketball League.

The players paid €1 to enter,and with the funds raised,we bought as much non perishable foods as we could to donate to the local Branch of St Vincent de Paul. The competition was a great success and there was great excitement for the Finals. All the food that was bought was on display during the finals so the girls could see how much can be done with a little effort. Well done to all who took part or contributed.

A Presentation was made to Leaving Cert student Niamh Martin who scored 116 points in the Post Primary Schools League in the last few weeks.

U 16 Basketball

Congratulations to the U 16 Basketball Team who have reached the South East Regional Final.

This is a great achievement for the girls and their final will be played in the Mercy Secondary School on Dec 3rd.

Greenschools ‘WOW’ day!

The Greenschools Committee would like to thank everyone who took part in the ‘WOW’ day (walk on Wednesday) which was held on the 20th of November. Students walked to school from the other side of the gas house bridge to promote sustainable living.  It was a great success.

Well done to all!

Shoe Box Appeal

A huge thank you and congratulations to all students who once again, made a fantastic effort for this years shoe box appeal.

We had over 150 boxes which took many hands and two cars to transport the boxes to team hope yesterday!!

A special thanks to our TY shoebox Managers, Rachel, Leah, Ciara and Oktawia,and also Ms Kirby for coordinating this years appeal and organising the collection of boxes.


Ghlac níos mó ná 110 dalta páirt i nGaeilge 24 2019. An dúshlán a bhí ag na daltaí ná gaeilge a labhairt ar feadh 24 a chloig! Maith sibh, a chailíní!

Stand Up Awareness Week

From Monday 11th to Friday 15th November we recognised Stand up Awareness week.

Stand Up Awareness Week is a time for schools to take a stand against homophobic, transphobic, and biphobic bullying that many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) students experience.

This was marked in a number of ways during the week ending, on Friday,with a human made up of all year groups wearing a color of the Stand up flag!

Thankyou and well done to all students who helped and particular thanks to our caretaker,Anthony ,whose creative and artistic abilities were once again on display!

Wellbeing Ambassador Programme

Our students were delighted to be asked to present their Wellbeing Ambassador Programme to the Loreto SC community in Stillorgan on Wednesday,23rd October. The girls shared details of how the Ambassador Programme came about, the first Wellbeing Week at Loreto Clonmel and the creation of their ‘Less Stress, More Success’ exam leaflet.

Congratulations to each of our Student Council representatives and Wellbeing Ambassadors on a wonderful presentation!

Open Night 2019

Some photos from our recent Open Night.Huge thanks to all students who helped get everything set up and who turned up to help on the night…ye were great!

Lots more photos on the app……check them out!

John Paul II Awards

A gathering of Pope John Paul II recipients took place in Knock recently.Mia represented the school extremely well with a reading,and it was a wonderful, uplifting day!

Thank you to Fr. Michael Toomey who works so hard with the students taking part in this award.

This year we have a group of TYs working towards their Gold Awards and two students who have already received their Gold Awards are working for the Papal Cross Award. We wish them well.

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