Congratulations to our Transition Year (TY) students, their drama teacher Ciara and tutors on their creative and talent filled variety show 'Anything is Possible.' This year the cast was a little different as traditionally our school musical cast are TY students only. This year our TY students welcomed students from St. John's College and some [...]
In St. Dominic's our Toe by Toe Literacy programme is collaboratively ran between 1st years and Transition Year students for a number of years and has been very successful to date. The Toe by Toe reading literacy programme uses multi-sensory teaching methods that have been developed over 25 years.
This year Mrs Daly (Principal) was the guest Principal at this years Business in the Community Awards 2018 in the President’s Hall, The Law Society, Dublin. Mrs Daly outlined the importance of partnership with Business and shared the positive influence that staff from Allianz Worldwide, Park West, Dublin have had on over 1,000 of our students. [...]
Our first year students attended this year's annual event organised by the JCSP which took place in Bonnington Hotel Swords Nine first year students Emma, Jodie, Grace, Laoise, Ella, Sophie, Leona, Sarah, Ellie May presented posters and power points of the work which had been carried out during the year for our Make A Book Project 2018. [...]
Recently, our Amnesty International School's Team attended the Amnesty International School's Conference in St Andrew's Resource Centre , Pearse St, Dublin. We were one of eight schools that participated. Amnesty have recently rejuvenated their Youth Forum and we have recently become members. The group decided that it would be a positive step to attend the [...]
Congratulations to our students Erin Finnegan Byrne and Chantel Dalton who were soloists with the D10 Gospel Choir at the RTE Mass on Palm Sunday in collaboration with Trócaire and the congregation from Ballyfermot and Cherry Orchard.
Despite the rain and cold our SCP Team were committed to providing an action packed Camp for our students and students from our three local primary schools.