Halloween returned with a bag today in St. Eunan’s College as we celebrated the beginning of the holidays but more importantly we raised some much needed funds for Mary’s Meals. Our students and staff today raised 1347 euro for this most worthwhile charity and had some craic and laughs along the way too.
A huge thanks must be paid to Ms. Crawford and our senior prefects for organising the day and the many spot prizes that were won throughout the day, Happy holidays
School will be closed next week, Monday 25th – Friday 22nd October, fo a well deserved mid-term break. School will reopen on Monday November 1st.
Wishing you all a happy, relaxing and well deserved break and we will see you rested and raring to go on Monday 1st November.
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This morning students from Mr.Carrs history class and Ms.Beetons Horticulture class took part in the Crocus Project which remembers the 1.5m Jewish children and the thousands of other children who died in the Holocaust. The yellow colour reminds us of the yellow Stars of David that Jews were forced to wear under Nazi rule. When the crocuses bloom at the beginning of spring, we will mark the International Holocaust memorial day on Janurary 27th, 2022.
Our first years recently had a ball seeing practical applications of mathematics in the real world. Running, laughing and learning all at the same time, what a way to make maths fun. Winners of the Numeracy Trail in first year at the presentation of prizes with Mr McCroary.
St. Ambrose: Antoni Pirch & Aaron Mc Bride
At. Agnes: Owen Chann- Mc Auley & Matthew Mercado
St. Aidans: Emmanuel Adeogun & Edward Gawronski
St. Alberts: Rory Doherty & Luca Paratian & Paul O’Keeney
St. Anthony: Adam Stupinski & Chidubem Chidi
St. Andrew: Oisin Mc Carron & Olivier Stolarczyk
St. Annes: Sam O Donnell & Darragh Doherty.
Many thanks to Past pupil and Author Ben Harkin @Ben Harkin for his presentation, on Climate change, to our TY and Second Year students today . Excellent international and local content with some great
On Friday night, October 15th, after the Late Late Show @RTE
will be screening ‘The Mission’ starring Robert DeNiro, Jeremy Irons and Ray McNally.
Ray is one of the more famous past pupils of Saint Eunan’s College and this is a nice opportunity to see the great man in action.
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