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.
Christmas preparations are in full swing at St. Wolstan’s with students getting into the joy of the season. Below are a snapshot of the fun from the dress up day. Our students are now sitting their exams and we wish them all the very best and we wish you and all your families a very Happy Christmas.
Our new Prefects are spending the day in the Holy Faith Convent in Glasnevin learning about the history of the order and our strong links as a school founded by the Holy Faith Sisters. We wish the prefects continued success in their roles and a big thank you to Sr. Susan who has spent the day working with the prefects.
Congratulations to Anna Hepple (Past Pupil) who received her entrance Scholarship to UCD. The award too place on Wednesday evening 15th November and Ms. Smyth Deputy Principal went to congratulate and support Anna and her family. We wish Anna every good wish for her future.
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.
Here are some examples of what takes place in Art at St. Wolstan’s Community School
On Monday 6th November, Ms. Kay Mitchell from the Admissions Office at Maynooth University awarded prizes to twelve of our 6th year students for their outstanding achievement in various subjects while in 5th year. An Engineering/Technology Prize was awarded to the top students in Maths, Physics and Technology. Prizes were awarded for the Arts, including history, geography, and languages. Two … Read More
The Holy Faith Sisters Celebrated 150 Years yesterday with a Mass on RTE. This was a wonderful occasion as it acknowledged the great that began Margaret Aylward and has continued with her sisters today. Her legacy lives on in the many schools that were founded and our principal Mrs. Maria Barry joined in these celebrations. It is wonderful to acknowledge … Read More
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