Do­mini­can Col­lege

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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.

CON­SOLE

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.

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