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Photos Maths Week Maths Week is an all Ireland celebration of Maths and is in partnership with over 50 universities, institute of technology's, colleges, schools, museums, libraries, visitor centres and professional bodies-any group that values maths. Maths Week Ireland promotes awareness, appreciation and understanding of Maths through a wide variety of events and activities.
The school was a hive of activity as it participated in national Maths Week. Students got involved in solving puzzles, looking at the logic in maths, entering a maths poster competition, seminars, worships, bingo and more importantly enjoying the fun side of maths.
We would like to thank Ms McManus the maths coordinator for organising the events, Ms Brennan for organising and accompanying the students to the maths quiz, all the maths teachers in St Clare's for what was an exciting week. Photos Disability Equality Workshop Last week the Transition Year students took part in a disability equality workshop which was ran by Katie Bourke along with Yvonne from Adaptable solutions.
Both women have very different disabilities and both were there to shed light on life with disability and how to help someone who has one. There were many different aspects of the workshop which were enjoyable as they were informative.
Information has been sent out to all schools in Leitrim, Sligo, Donegal and Roscommon. Goodie bags provided by IT Sligo for all entrants and fantastic raffle prizes for teachers who enter teams.
Photo Macbeth Workshop On Thursday November 23rd, fifth and sixth year students enjoyed a performance and workshop of the play 'Macbeth' by William Shakespeare performed by second year drama students of the I. Sligo under the direction of their tutor Declan Drohan.
This is the fifth year the I. Clare's, performing plays that are on the Leaving Certificate curriculum.
Thanks once again to Declan and his budding troupe of actors and all those at the Glen's Centre for making it an entertaining and enjoyable experience.
Young Scientist The students under the supervision of Ms McPhelim are very busy working on their young scientist entries. Four enteries will represent the school at the National exhibition in January. The students involved in Young Scientist are Ella S. Ella's project is looking at heather heights in bogland in North Leitrim and how it affects the population of the endangered species Red Grouse.
Aoife and Eabha are looking at the local River Bonnet and investigating Algael growth as an indicator of pollution.
Rachel is looking at fracture patients and if there is a correlation with decreased Calcium levels. Chris has designed an augmented reality app that will enhance subjects like history and science etc by bring them to life with 3D models which will bring the learner inside e.
October School Mass We came together as a whole school community to officially open our year and we celebrated mass together on Tuesday the 24th of October. The theme of the mass was where your treasure is there your heart will be and our wonderful music and readings reflected this. The mass was celebrated by Fr Sexton.
The liturgy was greatly enhanced by the music of the school choir accompanied by Ms Beirne and musicians. Thank you to all the students and staff for their participation and every good wish and blessing for the year ahead.
The head boy and girl took the opportunity to address the whole school community and Mr Irwin held a whole school assembly to congratulate students on the achievements over the last number of weeks.
Clare's Comprehensive to provide students with an informative talk on Cystic Fibrosis. A huge thank you to Caroline for the most informative talk.
As a token of thanks, 4C and the Student Council joined forces and organised a tea and hot chocolate fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis in the school on Thursday the 26h at break time. Their language, knowledge, skill, ability, diplomatic yet authoritative approach and most importantly their words were phenomenal!
Out of the 78 pupils in Galway only 20 people could go through to compete in national finals in March. Although, all girls achieved a place in the top 30, again an in incredible result, the three going forward for national finals were Shannon O H.
Huge congratulations to all of the girls who represented St Clare's in Galway and we wish them every success in their future debates! The Framework provides a roadmap to help schools manage the transformation of teaching and learning as a result of new digital technologies.
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