St. Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh News

Transition Year

Our Transition Year students involved in the AIB Build a Bank challenge went to Athlone on the 7th of February with their bank called Bank – IT (named after the Stephen King novel and movie!!). The team members Antoinette Atik, Hazel Reynolds, Aoife Butler, Alice Buckley and Luke Cooney would like to thank everyone who supported them in their challenge. They would particularly like to thank Ms. Stapleton for supporting them in their competition and Sive form AIB for all her advice. They have fundraised for Billy Goulding raising over €500 to date.

St. Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh News

Last years Third Year class on receipt of their Junior Cycle Profile of Achievement Award. This award is part of the new Junior Cycle reforms. Congratulations to all who received their award.

Transition Year students tested their driving skills when they visited the Munster Driving School in Mallow. It was a great opportunity for the students to learn the rules of the road in safely. The students survived the day without any trauma, they same can’t be said for the handbrakes and clutches in the cars.

Green schools

This year the students have set up a Green Schools Committee with representatives from each year. A group of 30 students visited the RDS on Thursday last to view

JCPA

Last year’s Third Year class are the first group to receive the new Junior Cycle Profile of Achievement Award. This award is part of the new Junior Cycle reforms. Congratulations to all who received their award.

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