EVENING OF MUSIC
A most wonderful evening of music took place in Dominican College Chapel on Wednesday, organised by our superb Music teachers - Ms Maxwell and Ms Gaffney. The Junior and Leaving Cert. Music students performed a wide range of pieces for the audience in a most beautiful atmosphere. The talent and skill of these students is to be commended, and huge thanks extended to them, their parents and Music teachers and also to the Dominican Sisters for allowing us access to the stunning chapel for this special occasion. The performers included DCW Orchestra, Liadh Cronin, Ellen Fortune, Hannah Murphy, Caoimhe O’Neill, Blaithin Ward,
Georgia Dellow, Courtney Clarke, Becky Corrigan, Oonagh Ward, Rachel Millea, Tracy Wright, Ciara Fagan, Anna Dellow, Rachel Doyle, Saoirse Campbell Rawson, Skye Norton, Sibéal Browne, third Yr. Chamber Choir and sixth Yr. Wind Quartet.
EMBER LEADERSHIP TRAINING
12 TY students have been selected to attend the Ember Leadership Training programme in Avoca next week. Congratulations to the girls. They will attend a conferring ceremony on May 6 and take up leadership positions in fifth Year in DCW.
Congrats to all the students who brought in money for Crazy Socks day to raise money for Console. Special thanks to Rebecca O’Neill in TY and to her dad who is part of the team rowing to Wales to raise funds for this charity.
TRIP TO TINAKILLY HOUSE
The sixth year Home Economics students spent Wednesday afternoon enjoying Afternoon Tea in Tinakilly House. This was a follow up activity to a Food Studies assignment the students have completed for their Leaving Cert. In the assignment, they had to explore the popularity of ‘Afternoon Tea’ having led to an increasing interest in home baking and had to prepare and bake products suitable for serving at afternoon tea. The girls enjoyed sampling all the delicacies in the beautiful surroundings.
Thank you to their teacher, Ms Woods, who organised this very pleasant activity.