Our Student Council are a dedicated group of students who act on behalf of all students to ensure the student voice is heard in our school. We support school management and we aim to promote friendship and respect among students. We are proud to be involved in a number of school-wide projects each year and are currently making plans for the 2019/20 academic year.
Student Council Members 2018/19
Chairperson – Ciara Shannon
Vice Chairperson – Cora Tyrrell
PRO: Adam Bailey
Secretary – Alex Ludgate
Treasurer – Zoe Keane
1st yr representatives:
David Ryan – Aisling Kennedy – Holly Kavanagh – Laci-Jane Shannon
2nd yr representatives:
Clodagh Dowse – Holly Carthy – Josh Doyle – Juliette Ni Chonaill -Alex Ludgate – Maurice Sheil
3rd yr representatives:
Amelia May – Naomh Moules – Aleks Dwojak – Lorianne O’Rourke – Leah Rolland – Laura Gallagher – Zoe Keane
Emma Kinch – Ross Bailey – Sophie Doyle – Roísín Kennedy
5th yr representatives:
Cora Tyrrell – Adam Bailey – Isabella Longden – Eoin McMahon – Imogen Horton – Ella Byrne – Kerry Timmins – Rachel Sheil – Thomas May
6th yr representatives:
Aoife Breen – Ciara Breen – Ciara Shannon – Bernadette Dunne – Louise Nolan
Below are some of the activities/projects that we have worked on in 2018/9
Our Rise and Shine Walk
This is our annual school early morning walk which we help organise. We come together as a school community to promote positive mental health.
This is our annual Christmas show. We help organise auditions, the show organisation and the voting process. All money raised goes to Self Help Africa and Pieta House.
This year, we conducted a school-wide survey on X-Mas factor and aim to make changes to the 2019 show based on feedback received.
Cycle Against Suicide – Schools go Orange in February
We helped organise the day which included music and activities at breaks and a first year treasure hunt.
Share the Love
This is an initiative where flowers, sweets, notes can be purchased and sent to someone that you care about. All money raised goes to Pieta House.
Walk out on Climate Change
With the support of school management, we organised a school walk out in March 2019 and got to voice our concerns about this serious issue.
Let’s Spellebrate – Spelling Bee.
We are hosting the KWETB final on May 3rdand are welcome students from across the ETB to compete.
Happiness is…… photography competition
As part of our school Wellfest week, we are involved in a ‘happiness is…..’ photography competition