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29Nov 2020

College Awareness Week

TY students co-ordinated a number of events including running a Kahoot Quiz with Fifth Years on Decoding College Jargon during College Awareness Week 2020. Thanks to Fr Martin Henry, Guidance Counsellor for coordinating.  

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26Nov 2020

Leisurecard Scheme for Galway, Mayo & Roscommon

Dear parents, there was an important webinar on last Thursday about Planet Youth, the Icelandic Leisurecard scheme, and the huge impact the scheme has had on a whole generation’s health and wellbeing in Iceland. It is very likely now that this scheme will be coming to the West of Ireland shortly, as a pilot for the …

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26Nov 2020

Step Challenge

Step Challenge that was organised by TY Future Leaders students. Students and teachers got involved and we recorded daily scores. Well done to Latisha Beirne who won the step challenge. Special mention to Mr Brady also who did exceptionally well. http://www.stnathys.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/joined_video_39024c32aa2f4004b05bb4cd9051a13d.mp4

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26Nov 2020

TY ‘Future Leaders’ Committees

Well done to students from TY (A) & TY (B) who were successful in the interview process for our Future Leaders Committees. We have a Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, PRO and Covid officer on each committee. We are looking forward to the events that these committees will organise over the school year. Well done everyone!

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25Nov 2020

TY Selfie Challenge

  Congratulations to Meadbh McCormack, winner of the very prestigious TY Selfie Challenge trophy last week. TY’s were sent on a hunt to take 12 particular selfies within the school boundaries and the student to complete the task in the best time won.  Much fun was had by all the competitors and the challenge proved …

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25Nov 2020

Christmas Wreath Making Workshop

TY’s had a most enjoyable afternoon making Christmas wreaths with Leonie Kilroy from it’s the mad hatter. The wreaths were made with willow sourced from the school grounds and some Christmas decorations to make an enterprising local product! Many thanks to Ms. Munnelly who organised the event as part of their Horticulture module.  

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