Being healthy, creative and staying connected with the community is vital for positive development. Participation builds resilience, pride and a sense of shared responsibility.

During themed weeks students engage with social issues, from anti-bullying initiatives to active citizenship. The Student Council, An Gaisce and public speaking facilitate leadership development.

Our range of extra and co curricular activities allows students to explore and develop their interests. All activity is underpinned by the guidance and support of our teachers.

“Alongside the recognition of academic achievement, holistic achievement and progress is rewarded across a broad diversity of areas, abilities and individual social and personal development. A very good variety of co curricular and extra curricular activities enable students to discover their academic, artistic and sporting interests.”

Department of Education & Skills
Whole School Evaluation 2014

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