2nd basketballOn Wednesday 22nd Our Lady's 2nd year basketball B team had a great win over Cross and Passion, Kilcullen. They became Regional champions with a final score line of 39-27.

It was a very close game with Our Lady’s only a point up at half time. The girls displayed a level of skill and talent in the fourth quarter which saw Our Lady's open a gap that Kilcullen were unable to close.

Congrats to the team and their coaches Ms Mary Fitzpatrick and Ms Marie Ryan.

The match was held in St Mary’s Hall, Portlaoise.

TY students, Sophie O'Brien, Meave Keyes ,Beibheann OHair,  Alba Domingo, Adam Duffe and Hugh Maher in RTE Studios on Thursday 23rd as part of the School Digital Champion site visit. As part of the trip we were given MoJo training by RTE journalist Philip Bromwell. We also enjoyed a tour of RTE including the Late Late Show set. This was followed by a Samsung Virtual Reality and 360 experience. School Digital Champion Late Late Show

2nd basketballOn Wednesday 22nd Our Lady's 2nd year basketball B team had a great win over Cross and Passion, Kilcullen. They became Regional champions with a final score line of 39-27.

It was a very close game with Our Lady’s only a point up at half time. The girls displayed a level of skill and talent in the fourth quarter which saw Our Lady's open a gap that Kilcullen were unable to close.

Congrats to the team and their coaches Ms Mary Fitzpatrick and Ms Marie Ryan.

The match was held in St Mary’s Hall, Portlaoise.

CEIST Bake Off

Congratulations to Sorcha Fogarty, a first year student, who was awarded 2nd place in the in the junior cateregory of The CEIST bake off competition. Her ‘carraige’ cake was entirely edible, including the horse 

 

Ag Science trip Hannah Dooley Ann Kelly Natasha HartyOn Monday the 6th of March students from the 5th and 6th Year Agricultural Science classes attended the Agri Aware Farm Walk & Talk at Gurteen Agricultural College. The students and their teachers were given talks by representatives from Gurteen, Arrabawn Coop and ABP. They were also shown the dairy and suckler herds and had a chance to see ewes in lamb. Both students and teachers found it an informative and useful experience.