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Congratulations to our Leaving Cert class of 2024 who had their Graduation Mass on Thursday 23th. It was a great to see the students decked out in their Graduation robes and we wish them well in the upcoming exams and as they head out into the world. For more photos, videos, etc. from the evening please click here. 

 

Well done to all our students who received awards at the awards cermony held in the hall on Wednesday 22nd. Our main award winners are pictured above, Eoin Collins-Male Sports Star, Courtney Caulfield-Collegian of the Year, Joe Cunnane-Student of the Year, Neva Sirola-Academic Student of the Year and Aisling Madden-Female Sports Star. 

For more pictures and a list of all the award winners please click here. 

On the 16th May, our  TY  students attended an awards ceremony in DCU. They entered a competition where they made a book entitled "It Felt Like Yesterday". They interviewed older members of their families about their lives growing up and included photos of them in their younger years and more recent times. As part of this project, they also made weekly visits to Glenamaddy Daycare centre. There were 4 award categories, GCS won the top award (Platinum). Robin Morgan accepted the award from Minister Roderic O Gorman on behalf of the group. Well done everyone!
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The lead-up to the end-of-year exams is a stressful time for students. As part of our Wellbeing Program here at Glenamaddy Community School,  all Junior Cycle students will view an online production called "HOW ARE YOU?" in Wellbeing/SPHE class this week. Its aim is to promote the Resilience and Wellbeing of Young People.

Well done to Michaela Gillooly who won the best project award at the recent Scifest competition in TUS Athlone on the 24th of April. Her project titled “Own your cycle, Own your game” will now go forward to compete in the National taking place in November in Dublin. We are very proud of Michaela’s achievements so far.

 

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The TY's recently created some fabulous games and puzzles in their Woodcraft and Furniture class. They demonstrated them to a very interested First Year group. 
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On Wednesday, April 17th, the Fifth Years travelled to Athenry for a site visit at Coffey Construction. There were lots of presentations and stands. The students spoke to engineers, health and safety officers, IT experts and those involved in apprenticeships. It was a very enjoyable and informative day.  

Best wishes to our Leaving Certificate students who are sitting their State LCVP Written Examination on Wednesday, 01/05/2024, and also to Leaving Cert students who will be sitting their Engineering and Construction Studies Bench Tests in the coming weeks.

Well done to our U15 Girls Soccer team on their brillant win in the All Ireland final on Wednesday 24th. They defeated Middleton, Cork in a match played in Limerick. The final score was 4-0 and thanks to Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Davis for all their work in coaching the team. Thanks also to all the supporters who travelled down to cheer on the girls. Following is a link to the FAI Schools article on the game.

 Double brace see Glenamaddy lift Minor 'B' Girls Cup | FAI Schools

Wishing Michaela Gillooly the best of luck in Scifest with her project “Own your cycle, Own your game”. The competition takes place on the 24th of April in TUS Athlone.

 

 

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