HARD WORK IS REWARDED
JUNIOR students at Colaiste Chraobh Abhann in Kilcoole received their awards recently for remarkable performances in a range of areas.
The ‘Rogha Na Bliana’ awards go to the most outstanding boy and girl in each school year. This year third years Alan O’Callaghan and Aine Molloy took the award, along with Sean Lacey and Kelianne Coughlan from second year, and first years Stephen Doran and Sophie Heaton. They were all presented with their perpetual cups by their respective year heads.
A number of students were also presented with prizes for the work that they did in this year’s ‘Scifest’’ at DCU.
They were Kelianne Coughlan, Róisín O’Neill, Jenitta Jimmy, Hyrum Scott and Osereme Atiyota.
There were also awards given to pupils for their outstanding sports performances. Robyn Evans, Amy Byrne Alannah Melia, Adam Gallagher, Eoin Murphy and Jordan Brady, all accepted cups at the ceremony at the school last week.
SciFest at DCU award winners Kelianne Coughlan, Róisín O’Neill, Jenitta Jimmy, Hyrum Scott and Osereme Atiyota.
Sports award winners Robyn Evans, Amy Byrne, Adam Gallagher, Alannah Melia, Eoin Murphy and Jordan Brady.
Year head Donal Evoy presents the third year Rogha na Bliana to Alan O’Callaghan and Aine Molloy.
Year head Ger Hughes presents the first year Rogha na Bliana to Stephen Doran and Sophie Heaton.
Year head Bill Maher presents the second year Rogha an Bliana to Sean Lacey and Kelianne Coughlan.