Monday, 12 March 2018

Iveagh Scholars Programme

Any students interested in the following scholarship, please let Ms. Farren know as soon as possible.

The Iveagh Scholars programme is a way for secondary students to share their views on Ireland’s role in the world, and to get involved in the discussion about how the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade promotes abroad the values, interests and economic well-being of Ireland and its people. It is aimed at Transition Year students in Ireland and Year 12 students in Northern Ireland. ‌

Wednesday, 7 February 2018


You will be pleased to know that following youth consultations in Inishowen led by the Basking Shark Group held in November last year, we are now taking expressions of interest for a brand new youth training programme called the Inishowen Coastal Explorers

recruitment poster
expression of interest
letter to school

Wednesday, 31 January 2018

TY Work Experience

The second placement of work experience will take place on Monday 12th March - Friday 16th March.

National Career Skills Competition

National Career Skills Competition
Closing date for entries 23 March 2018
The competition is based on your experience on a work placement. When you do a work placement, you get a chance to see and meet the people whose work and efforts contribute to the success of a company or organisation.

Bus Eireann "Go Places" Competition

Bus √Čireann are inviting TY students from all over the country to get creative in making memories about their journey to school.

Wednesday, 22 November 2017


AIB are launching the "AIB Future Sparks Festival", soecifically designed to introduce Senior Cycle students to the inspirational world of careers in business. This interactive educational event will take place on Thursday 22nd March 2018 in the RDS main Hall + Shelvbourne in Dublin.
First 30 names to Ms. Farren before Friday 1st DEcember.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017


Will open entries in January 2018. We want you to get creative by telling us the story of your stuff—all you have to do is pick an object ( any object), research its life story ( how it’s made and what it becomes when it’s recycled), and visually tell us its story. We look forward to lots of wonderful entries!.
Check out  The story of a Pencil, the story of an apple, the story of an orange.