Transition Year presentation night in St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh

Our annual Transition Year presentation night in St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh took place on Tuesday May 20th. It was a great opportunity for parents to view the vast array of projects, assignments and artwork done by the students throughout the year. Each student gave a presentation on one aspect of their year, outlining to parents the many activities and trips undertaken during the year. These included Bronze medal challenge for Gaisce Awards, Great Limerick Run, Rugby, Drama, Trips to Young Scientist, UCD, Collins Barracks and the Dáil.

The students reached the final of the AIB ‘Build a Bank Challenge’ in Cork.

TY6: TY Student of the Year, Lauren Rusk is pictured with Cait McCormack, TY Co-ordinator, Anne Brennan, Acting Principal, Alice Regan, Deputy Principal and Margaret Meagher, TY Co-ordinator.

The main theme of the year was focused around a ‘healthy lifestyle’. Students were encouraged to become more active through a range of sport activities, to cooking healthy meals and the adverse affects of obesity and its health implications. John Leahy spoke to students on drug & alcohol abuse. The students were presented with the many certificates received throughout the year.

 

Lauren Rusk was the TY student of the year.

 

TY7: Transition Year 2013, St Josephs College, Borrisoleigh

 

TY8: A Presentation By Sarah Marie Ryan, Marguerite Ryan and Cliodhna Ryan to Margaret Meagher and Cait McCormack

TY9: Nominations for Student of the year were, Rebecca Rusk, Borrisoleigh, Georgia Brown, Drom, Marguerite Ryan and Ann Marie Buckley, Upperchurch with Cait McCormack TY Co-ordinator, Anne Brennan, Acting Principal, Alice Regan, Deputy Principal and Margaret Meagher, TY Co-ordinator.

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