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Well done to Olivia Lynch-Ward and Finn Breslin on their election as Head Prefects for the next academic year
Well done to the Wicklow u16 Camogie team who defeated Mayo in the All Ireland Progress to Success Competition.
From left to right: Niamh Darker, Orlagh Waters, Katie Tyrell, Jenny Tyrell [Captain], Casey Kelly, Isabelle Keenaghan and Emma Hayden.
Venue St Kevin’s Community College Dunlavin
Wed 26th Sep, 3rd 10th 17th 24th Oct
Contact Helen Whyte HSCL
Join us for 4 Wednesday mornings of mindfulness practices. Life is constantly changing and as we move through our lives we need supports that will kick in when things become challenging.
The aim each week is to teach these useful tools that will reduce stress and create a greater sense of being in control and peace. We will incorporate meditation, discussion and sharing so as to help achieve more awareness and promote a greater sense of peace. All parents welcome
TUSLA are providing supports for families in September in the community.
Sunday 16th Family Fun Day 3pm to 5pm, Imaal lHall, Dunlavin for all. Family refreshments will be served and there will be face painting and a magician for the young children. Wednesday 19th two talks for parents. One in the morning at 11am for Parents of younger children “Building Confidence and Resilience in younger children” (a talk to support parents help their children gain the tools to face any challenges may face in life). A second talk on Cyber Safety for all parents (a talk to support parents manage social media for their children).
All events are free.
The “Let’s talk about Parenting” programme is a series of talks organised by Kildare Library Service to help support the parents in the Kildare. The programme is broken into four groups Baby/Toddler, Children, Teenagers and Parents to cater for every family type and need. These talks are spread throughout the seven main library branches with in Kildare library service.
Attendance at all of the events is free of charge and open to everyone but advance booking is required. Please contact the library where the talk is happening to book your place.
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Students of 2 Red were generously given trees from the Irish Tree Council to plant on the grounds of the school for National tree week. The aim of the project was to promote Irish native trees as part of their module on stewardship, where students studied the importance of tree conservation. The students planted 5 rowan trees but also gave out trees to all second year students and staff to bring home and plant. The students were delighted to have contributed to the school environment in such a positive way.
Congratulations to Amy Allen who won gold for the U18 and Junior relay at the Leinster Juvenile Championships