Our TYs have had an eventful afternoon creating this impressive mural!
Located outside the Guidance corridor, this artwork will serve as a very important reminder to our students : Life is full of decision- making and reaching destinations. While on life's journey, remember that you have the power to choose any path you wish...
Congratulations to our Transition Year group for their undertaking of the WorldWise Global Schools project. Our TYs have partnered with primary schools in the local community to create 'Biodiversity Packs' for 5th class students at Scoil Eithne, St Malachy's and St Benedicts. In doing so they are building awareness of the Sustainable Development Goal 'Life on Land' within our school, and wider community.
These packs are an interactive and creative way to become educated about the variety of insects and animal life that coexist with us!
Keep up with our schools journey towards a sustainable future!
For more information about World Wise Global Schools, visit their website linked below.
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Our TY group enjoyed a great day out in Howth! They climbed to Howth Summit, enjoyed the views and had ice- cream along the way.
A huge congratulations to our 1st Year Art class on their amazing efforts to raise awareness of the benefits of adopting rescue animals. The students worked with Wicklow Animal Welfare organization to create beautiful portraits of the animals currently in their care.
Click on the link to view all of our students artwork. If you have time, take a further look at the WAW website to see the great work that they do.
Well done to our 1st year Wood technology students for all of their hard work online this term.
They have engaged in fantastic model- making at home on their Architecture task. Click on the link to see their work in detail: 1st Year Architectural Models
The wood technology students of Ardscoil La Salle in Raheny have done an amazing job building these insect hotels as part of a biodiversity & Well-being project. The project highlights the importance of nature to us especially now during these difficult times. We look forward to seeing these outdoors very soon!
Our Transition Year students have created a beautiful collection of photographs documenting the pandemic in their local community. This collection depicts a candid and honest view of life from the perspective of our students, and the scenes they are met with in their daily lives.
Click on the image or the link below to access this stunning collection and enjoy.