Wishing all the best to our Junior and Leaving Certificate students who are in the middle of their exams at the moment. Remember to take breaks between exams to get plenty of sleep and eat regularly. Do your best and enjoy the summer holidays once they arrive for you.
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
Anita Osibuamhe and Caolann Brady, Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the Student Council, visited the Dail on Tuesday 30th May, as guests of Frank O’Rourke, local TD for Fianna Fail. They toured government buildings and learned about the workings of Irish politics and found the visit most informative. Many thanks to Mr O’Rourke for facilitating the visit and the other members … Read More
Merci beaucoup et Aurevoir to Cerise Drey our French assistante who departs after her year in St Wolstan’s. We thank her for her help to our French students and her support to the French Dept. We wish her every success in her future endeavours. Bon voyage Cerise et Merci encore.
It is hard to believe that we are at the end of another academic year and looking forward to our well earned summer holidays. What a busy year this has been in St. Wolstan’s Community School. The very best of luck to all or students sitting end of year exams this week. A special mention to our 3rd … Read More
Well done to all our wonderful Transition Year students on an incredible presentation night last night. Our Transition Year Presentation Night is a celebration of all the hard work that our transition years have put in throughout the year. There was a focus on individual subjects, with fantastic displays around the hall showcasing all that they have achieved over the … Read More
Well done to all involved in the St. Raphael’s Friendship Club. The girls were acknowledged at our awards night last Thursday for all their commitment and kindness. Thank you to Ms. Hughes for organising the friendship club.
Congratulations to the class of 2017 who celebrated their Graduation on Wednesday 24th May. The theme of the night was memories and students were reminded of their wonderful contribution that they have made to our school over the past 5/6 years. A huge thank you to all involved in the night – the Religion Department, the Home Economics Department, the … Read More
The “St Raphaels Friendship Club” meet once a week after school to spend time with the service users in our local “St John of God” facility for people with intellectual disabilities. The girls interact spend time and organise activities for the service users. Well done girls and a huge thank you to Ms. Hughes for all her wonderful work organising the St. Raphaels … Read More
It was with great pleasure today that we had a past pupil Siobhan Brady return to the school to speak to our Fifth Year Students on Mental Health. Siobhan is a strong advocate for speaking openly about promoting Mental Health and the students were captured by her talk. She felt right at home and it was like she had never … Read More