The Global Citizenship Committee display an exhibition each year to raise awareness of the challenges faced in the developing world and what we can do to help.
To promote our Be Caring Ethos, for International Men’s Day students and staff were invited to submit a project on a man they admire that did or is doing something caring. Here’s some of the projects they submitted. To promote our Be Respectufl Ethos, for International Men’s Day 2022 Ms Pierce’s and Mr Halpin’s TY… Continue reading Be Caring/ Be Grateful/Be Respectul
Below are some past exhibitions curated by History students. Click on the arrows to scroll through some of our Past Exhibitions.
Each year the Art Club displays an exhibition in the Creative Arts and Digital Learning Centre. Below are pictures from the latest exhibition on Visual Literacy
November 2019: This was a bilingual exhibition in collaboration with Oide Ní Shuairc’s 44 and 45A. The exhibition celebrated Ireland from the sky, through landscape photographs, historic memorabilia from the Second World War and remembered members of the Spiritan Community and past pupils who played pivotal roles in Irish Aviation History. Commandant Aonghus Ó hAlmhain… Continue reading Éire ón Spéir