U14 B team won the Ulster Final today against St Connor’s College.
8b have completed their 40 Acts Challenge. All the awardees have completed at least one of the sets of Lenten actions including: - Kindness, School Community, Care for the Environment, New Friends, Doing the Right Thing and/or Gratitude. Their parents kindly confirmed which acts each student completed over the Lenten period. The pupils completed this award as part of their KS3 RE classes.
Well done to Isla Annett, Emma Gormley, Mollai Hughes and Keeva Todd who took part in the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at Queen’s University. The girls had to work as a team to use chemical tests to solve two practical challenges. The girls acquitted themselves very well, and were commended for their efforts. To finish the day the girls enjoyed an explosion-filled ‘Chemistry Magic’ lecture delivered by the Queen’s chemistry department.
Two teams from St Dominic’s had a brilliant time at the Trocaire ‘Game Changers’ Award event held in the Helix Centre at DCU on May 15th. The two teams included: -
Meabhdh Thornbury, Ciara Boyle, Ava Finnegan & Orlaith Webb.
They were assisted on the day by fellow pupils who helped present our games to the other schools & youth groups. All teams got to play all of Global Goals games and at the end had a chance to vote for their favourites. Our team helpers were: - Aoife Loughran, Cora McFall, Laoiseach Graham & Summer McCann. The students had a great time, the DCU campus was a lovely venue and we were lucky enough to have really good weather.
We would like to thank the Trocaire team for organising such a grand day out. If you want to learn more about Trocaire’s work do visit www.trocaire.org
The sequel to Mamma Mia.
This Friday 17th May - 6.30pm MOVIE NIGHT!!
Come along and bring your friends - like last time - £5 and you get a goodie bag.
Please get your tickets from the Bursar's Office asap.
3 nights 4* hotel
Includes flights, £500 spending money, a show, dinner and NY city bus tour
Tickets are £10 and available from the bursar’s office
Two teams from St Dominic’s are finalists in the Trocaire ‘Game Changers’ competition. The pupils designed games focusing on the work of Trocaire & the United Nation’s Global Goals in particular. The winning entrants were Orlaith Webb, Meadhbh Thornbury, Ciara Boyle and Ava Finnegan. Nine pupils from 10E and 10B will be attending the Award final at the Helix (DCU Glasnevin Campus) on Wednesday 15th of May. The teams will get a chance to showcase their games. Pupils completed the games as part of their RE social justice module. Well done to all our entrants.