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  • Writer's pictureLaura Ryan

Message from the Principal


Very well done on an excellent start to this half-term - as always our wonderful students have stepped up to the mark and re-engaged with commitment and enthusiasm. Build on this strong start and make the best effort to participate wholeheartedly online and achieve your very best in the coming weeks.

We look forward to welcoming 6th Year students and teachers back to school on Monday and I expect 5th Years will follow on the 15th March. However it appears very probable that all other year groups will engage with remote learning until 26th March - you can look forward to joining us after the Easter holidays, le cúnamh Dé.

It is really important to continue that wonderful spirit of kindness, care and friendship, that shines brightly in our school community. Lets all continue to stay connected and look out for one another. Stay hopeful - the national rollout of the vaccine heralds a return to normality and great, great days ahead. It is important to balance all the on-screen engagement with time outdoors in the fresh air. I am prescribing for every student that you do something you enjoy every single day!

We are here for support - please reach out to your Year Head and teachers if you are experiencing any issues or difficulties - we are most committed to providing high quality support for each student - we are very aware of the challenges of the current lockdown.

Take great care.


Seosaimhín Ui Dhomhnalláin, Príomhoide,

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