Events / Photographs
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Second year students participated in the ‘On the Spot Marathon.’ They collectively jogged 26 miles. They completed this event at Water Point Gym, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo. All proceeds were given to Cheshire Home for the Physically Disabled and Cheshire Orphanage, Zambia. They raised a total of €1,484
Transition year students courageously participated in the Croagh Patrick Challenge. Despite the wind and rain, they all successfully climbed Croagh Patrick on the 16th of March. This event was organised by Irish Autism Action. They raised a total of €955.04.
First year students supported Trocaire’s Lenten Campaign 2010. They participated in a sponsored silence to raise money for Trocaire. The sponsored silence took place on the 4th-5th of March. They raised a total of €479.27
A representative of Concern was invited into St. Muredach’s College to speak to the students about the Concern Fast. Students from every year were given an educational presentation on the issue of Poverty in Countries all over the world. Students from every year participated in the 24 hour fast which took place on the 3 of December. They raised a total of €1,695.
Transition year students worked hard to get the Samaritians Purse Shoe Box appeal up and running. A representative of Samaritans Purse was invited to speak to all students in the College. Students from every year made a great contribution to a worthy cause. A total of 119 shoe boxes were collected.
Transition year students organised a soccer tournament for the second year students in aid of Mayo/Roscommon Hospice. A staff coffee morning was also organised. Both events raised €371.62 for Mayo/Roscommon Hospice.
Samaritans Purse Appeal - Operation Christmas
Photos of one of the events held in our school as part of National Science Week. The Science Show, presented by Randal Henly was aimed at encouraging students to become more interested in Science as a career choice. The show was attended by the Junior students in our school and it is hoped that the highly entertaining show will result in the uptake of more Science subjects by students when they begin their Leaving Certificate course.
No Name Club Representatives
T.Y. students on air with Lyric FM.
School French Exchange
All-Ireland minor football final.