TRIP TO DELPHI
The transition students arrived back from Delphi last week in high spirits.
This was our first school tour of transition year, and we went to Delphi adventure centre in Mayo. This site caters for people who wish to get away to the country and experience exciting and adventurous activities such as abseiling, hiking, rock climbing, kayaking and other things.
We have been on two other trips to similar places but Delphi was by far the most fun with the best facilities and staff and was about the same price as the other places we have been.
St Brendan’s are now pleased to announce that a homework club has commenced for first year students on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school. This has proved to be very popular with the students.
The parent’s council held their A.G.M in the school on Thursday last. An enjoyable and informative evening was had by all.
Ray Hurley played Outside Centre with the Leinster school’s A team on Wednesday last. They played against Munster in Cork. Unfortunately they were narrowly beaten on the day.
St Brendan’s Junior and Senior squads both played their first match of the season on Wednesday last. Their opponents in this friendly match was St David’s from Greystones.The juniors played very well and easily defended their opponents with a 60 nil victory. The seniors also got off to a good start but unfortunately were defeated.
The first round of the development cup kicks off next week. Best of luck to both squads in their quest for success.