It was really nice to meet up with our Leaving Cert students when they called to collect their LC results this morning. Best wishes for whatever you decide to do in the future.
Leaving Certs take on Teachers soccer final
College ECO Club re-vamp the shrub area.
German Debating Team 2019
‘The Handball Alley’
by TY student Conor Gannon wins the Best Short Film category in the Harp Media Student Film Competition!
Congratulations to TY student Conor Gannon and actors on winning The Best Short Film category in the Harp Media Student Film Competition! “The Handball Alley” was written, directed and produced by Conor Gannon with lead actors: Manus Graham,
CJ Burns, Seán Courtney and Jack Elliott.
It also involved many other TY actors and one staff member Mr John Smith.
The judges comments included:
The class demonstrated excellent proficiency in all areas of film making including, writing, directing, producing and editing.
The story is well crafted and touches on some important issues for Secondary School students. The film is also extremely well shot and each scene has been well planned and executed. The viewer cannot help but feel immersed in the story from the start and this enables the development of an emotional connection between the main character and the audience. Conor also succeeded in getting quality performances from the four lead actors by providing them with quality direction and an engaging script.
It is also clear that the film took a number of days to shoot and many more to edit. Conor demonstrates the ambition but also the resilience necessary to become a filmmaker.
TY Deep Sea Fishing Day Out
Some moments from Back to the 80’s
The John Hooper Statistics Medal
Irish Maths Teachers Association Regional Finals.
Script for a radio advertisement competition.
Ms McMahon carried out a class competition with her 1st Year English St. Eoin’s group after they had completed a unit on advertising. Students had to write a script for a radio advertisement for a can of soda. Congratulations to Conor Lynch and Owen Nulty on their winning entry. Bet ye loved the curry chips first prize. Always a real treat on Thursday’s.
Script for a radio advertisement
“The Bog Boys”
By Conor Lynch and Owen Nulty
Tom: Well, Bob.
Bob: Well, Tom.
Tom: How’s the bog?
Bob: It’s great but my energy is gone.
Tom: Do you know what will fix that?
Tom: A can of Super Soda!
Bob: A super what?!
Tom: A can of Super Soda…it’s refreshing, it’s sugar free, it’ll bring back your energy and the bog will be done in 1,2,3!
Singing to music: It’s fizzy, it’s whizzy, it’ll make you busy…It’s Super Soda!
St Pat’s students attended the Global Schools Conference with their teacher Ms Boucheliha.
St. Patrick’s College Law Team to participate in the 2019 National Mock Trials Competition
St Pat’s Cavan Brock team through to Final.
All Ireland Handball success for Co Cavan.
TY trip to the European Offices in Dublin on Monday March 11th.
Safer Internet Day
Student Enterprise Success
Green Schools Committee get to work!
Regional final of the IMTA First Year Mathematics Quiz
Student Council Fundraising
St Pat’s U16 reach All Ireland Basketball Final!
Silver Success for St Pat’s Intermediate boys cross country team.
DCU Scholarship Award for past pupil Barry Conaty
It is with great sadness that we at St Patrick’s College heard of Fr Dan Sheridan passing away. Fr Dan was a past pupil of St Pat’s and served on the Board of Management from 2005-2014. He will be sadly missed by all here at St Pat’s. May he Rest in Peace.
Congrats to St Pat’s Cavan Under 19 Basketball team and coach Mr Rowley on a fantastic performance qualifying for the All Ireland Quarter Final on Tuesday 5th February. Well done all!
St. Patrick’s College music department perform new choral, orchestral setting by Ciarán Tackney of Noel Monahan’s poem ‘The Music Of Snow’.
Under 16 Basketball success.
St Patrick's College, Cavan is a boys secondary school.