Junk Kouture is fast approaching and our Transition Year Students have been working very hard on creating unique pieces. All garments were created using recyclable materials and great imagination. Below is just a snapshot of their work. We wish them all the best in the competition.
It was another busy year in St. Wolstan’s with students preparing Shoe Boxes for Team Hope to gift to Children. Well done to all student’s and staff involved. Thank you for all your generous support.
Congratulations to our newly commissioned Eucharistic Ministers who have been working for the last number of months in the school to train for this ministry. Nineteen students in total trained and nine were commissioned on Sunday 4th June Pentecost in St. Patrick’s Church Celbridge. The remaining eleven will be commissioned at our opening year mass in the coming academic year. … Read More
Our TY Spanish students enjoyed a cultural lunch of tapas and churros on Friday. They were welcomed by the Spanish speaking staff at Picaderos restaurant in Maynooth who helped make the lunch a memorable occasion. Gracias a Gustavo y su equipo.
Wishing all the best to our entrants in the BT Young Scientist competition 2017 Muireann Duggan, Anna Bourke & Mikela Cooney. We wish them all the best.
Its been a very busy first month since we all arrived back after a very restful summer. Transition Years and Sixth Years have already taken part in their annual Retreats which provides students with time to reflect and think about their futures. Because the weather is always good in September we used the stunning location of Glendalough to host our … Read More
Hip-Hip-Hooray our Senior Team won the day!! Huge congratulations to our Senior Hockey team and coach Catherine Quirk who today secured the ultimate prize out of a pool of 45 teams – the biggest competitive pool – in the Leinster League (Senior 4). Word came through by text to the staff-room that they had achieved this fantastic victory and the buzz of excitement spread … Read More
The first burial in Glasnevin Cemetery was in 1832. Since then people of all and non religions have been buried in Glasnevin Cemetery which includes the St Pauls section across the Finglas Rd. The TY students visited this historic burial site today and toured the last resting places of the leaders and activists of the early 20th century in Ireland … Read More