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The first edition of the Student Voice was launched last week and features news, interviews, photos and a whole lot of interesting insights into our first year at Colaiste Ide Agus Iosef. The publication was put together by the Student Council assisted by their teacher Ms. Mairead Finucane.
A group of Transition Year students with teacher Diarmuid O Connell, who helped raise awareness and money for Happy Heart week. The students raised a total of €1797.
In 2011/2012 Elizabeth Cullinane & Mary Danaher from the Abbeyfeale & District Initiative, trained and up-skilled 26 students in order to deliver a peer programme covering Communication Skills, Cyber safety, Bullying & Peer Dynamics, Substances legal & illegal, Attitudes & Self-esteem, Natural Highs, Decision Making, Friendships & Relationships. This was then delivered to a number of Primary Schools for example; Co Limerick = Abbeyfeale (x5 local schools: Dromtrasna, Knocknasna, Meenkilly, Scoil Mháthair Dé and St. Marys Boys), Athea and Templeglantine. Transition year students were matched depending on the numbers and the area they lived in thus building a rapport for future students to know a face on starting (mentoring/buddy system). It is hoped Mountcollins & Tournafulla will get involved next year. All 26 transition year students that took part in the training received Certificates in recognition of all their hard work which will stand to them when applying for college or work in the future.
Well done to all involved in this year’s Trócaire campaign. We are proud to announce that we have raised €1660. A cheque for this amount was presented to Trócaire by students who made an exceptional effort in raising money. We are very grateful for the support of the school and wider community in this endeavour. Earlier in the campaign students made the following video.
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