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  • Tuesday 16 November 2021 Mr Kenneth Blackmore
  • Monday 15 November 2021 Irish Institute of Music and Song - Senior Choir Trip The Senior Choir enjoyed an incredibly fun and productive weekend away last weekend, at the Irish Institute of Music and Song.
  • Tuesday 2 November 2021 Shine! With the wonderful Andy Armitage singing the lead vocals, the Wesley College Male Voice Choir, Orchestra and Band all came together to make a live recording of Take That’s ‘Shine’ for the end of the first school term.
  • Wednesday 20 October 2021 Darkness into Light Members of the Wesley Community joined together and braved the elements on Wednesday morning, for our first Darkness into Light walk, organised by the Wesley Action Group. Not even wet weather could dampen the spirits of the staff and students that joined the walk!
  • Friday 15 October 2021 Bulbs for Bees Well done to everyone who helped to plant an incredible 1,000 bulbs on Friday afternoon with Green Schools as part of Gaisce’s ‘Bulbs for Bees’ challenge.
  • Friday 15 October 2021 National MFL Digital Story Award Letztes Jahr haben zwei Schüler des Wesley College an einen Nationalwettbewerb teilgenommen. Amy Bond und Luke Barnard (mit Hilfe ihrer Deutschlehrerin Frau Brennan) haben einen Preis dafür gewonnen!
  • Tuesday 5 October 2021 Tag der Deutschen Einheit To celebrate 'Tag der Deutschen Einheit' (German day of Unity), students in German lessons as Wesley College completed a number of celebratory activities!
  • Tuesday 6 July 2021 PTA Second Hand and New Uniform Sale WHEN: Saturday 17th July (09.30-11.30am)
  • Friday 14 May 2021 Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Enterprise Final Congratulations to Siobhan Anikwe who was the winner yesterday of the Rathdown Dun Laoghaire Enterprise Showcase County Final. Her business presentation "Nourish Native" was the overall school winner. Alicia Osborne and Dan Carthy received a high merit for their business idea "Design your Stride". Well done to both sets of businesses and the great innovation they displayed.
  • Friday 14 May 2021 Business Innovation Award 2021 There were six sets of finalists for the annual Business Innovation Award Competition. After a difficult adjudication process, Mr Philip Robinson selected joint winners. Congratulations to Mya Adams and Emma Ruttle for their project 'Earth to Home' and Georgia Black and Hannah Bennett Murphy for their project 'Saoirse'. Also pictured above are Jamie Walsh, Dan Carthy, Alicia Osborne, Siobhan Anikwe and Brian Tonra. Congratulations to the 40 different business entries from 5th Year who all highlighted that they have a great future ahead.
  • Friday 14 May 2021 Bright Stars Awards 2021 Following the virtual mock interviews this year, twenty impressive students were short-listed and re-interviewed by Daniel Ellison of UpSwing Consultancy who selected our winners for the Bright Stars Award. Congratulations to overall winner, Robyn Burke-Mellon and runners-up, David Bosch and Sophie Ramphul. All of our shortlisted candidates showed great composure and confidence, having learned from their prior interview experience. Well done to all of those involved.
  • Wednesday 5 May 2021 Gael Linn Debating National Finalist Congratulations to Sam Taylor on securing a place in the All-Ireland Final in the Gael-Linn Speech Competition! He will be one of eight students in the country in the final and we know that he will represent Wesley with pride. Well done also to Niall Finnegan as a finalist in the Regional finals and for a great speech. Ádh mór (Best of luck) Sam!
  • Monday 3 May 2021 Wesley College App
  • Friday 30 April 2021 Rotary Club Writing Competition Congratulations to Jack Massey in 5th Year, who won the senior section of the Dun Laoghaire Rotary Club writing competition with his poem entitled 'My Happiest Day'. We wish him well as his entry now goes in to the National Final.
  • Friday 30 April 2021 Health and Active Week Competition Winners Well done to all of the winners in this week's competition. Check out the winners and their dishes here:
  • Thursday 29 April 2021 Heuston Cup Photography Prize Congratulations to James Flynn in Transition Year who has been chosen as the winner of the Heuston Cup for photography. After much deliberation staff chose the beautiful 'Robin' photo. James has put a lot of effort into Photography Club this year and this picture captures mother nature in its finest moments. Well done James.
  • Wednesday 21 April 2021 Leinster Schools Debating Congratulations to Alicia Osborne, Sinead Calderon Daly, Lorna Farrelly and Siuin Woods who all performed superbly in the Novice Final of the Leinster Schools Debating Competition which took place last Thursday. All four students wrote and delivered 7-minute speeches on the topic of Emergency Powers and the Gardai. Well done.
  • Wednesday 21 April 2021 Entrepreneurial Success Well done to Shane Pedlow whose Nestbox Ireland business caught the attention of RTÉ’s Nationwide this week. A film crew were on campus producing a slot for the programme showcasing his nestbox products.
  • Monday 19 April 2021 College Scholarships Congratulations to the following students from the Class of 2020 who have been awarded scholarships to various third level colleges on the basis of their Leaving Certificate results: David Fenton (College of Business Entrance Scholarship, TU Dublin), Anneliese Hogan (Bachelor of Education Academic Scholarship Award, DCU) and Emma Harlick (Actuarial & Financial Mathematics Academic Scholarship Award, DCU).
  • Sunday 18 April 2021 Health and Active Week Cookery Challenge As we get ready for Health and Active Week on April 26th, we are looking for your health recipes to serve at break and lunchtime during the week. Check out the details here and get your entries into Ms Downes.
  • Sunday 11 April 2021 Green Week 2021 This year's theme for Green Week was climate justice as we are working towards the Green Flag for Energy and Global Citizenship. Climate justice focuses on how we in Ireland have caused climate change (through burning fossil fuels) but those who are suffering the most from impacts are the poorest, most vulnerable people around the world who did the least to cause it.
  • Monday 15 March 2021 Gael Linn Debating Congratulations to Niall Finnegan and Sam Taylor on making it through to the 3rd round of the Gael-Linn 'Speech' Competition as Gaeilge this year (in lieu of the normal debating competition). Both Niall and Sam have been excellent competitors and very much deserve to move forward in the competition. Go n-eiri an t-adh libh!
  • Saturday 13 February 2021 Jack Wise Magician In the lead up to the February midterm, Wesley students were treated to a wonderful surprise from the Parent Teacher Association. A fantastic Magic Show featuring Jack Wise was organised through Zoom for all students. The virtual audience was wowed by skills of suggestion and psychological manipulation. Jack is also one of only 60 sword swallowers in the world today. What a way to end the term! Huge thanks to the PTA committee for this fantastic treat.
  • Wednesday 10 February 2021 Wesley Artist of the Year The theme of this year's Wesley Artist of the Year was 'Despite Covid...all is not cancelled'. Students were asked to create their works at home in any medium of their choice. The guest judges were both past pupils of Wesley who now work in design - Chris Merton and Daniella Kaligorsky. They awarded the Overall Wesley Artist of the Year to Sophie Ramphul (4th Year) for her artwork entitled 'Reading isn't cancelled'. The Junior prize was given to Alison Bailey Condron (3rd Year) for her piece 'Silver Linings'.
  • Tuesday 9 February 2021 National Junior Debating Well done to Conor Heerey in Transition Year who competed in the Grand Final of the Matheson Junior Debating National Mace. Out of over 500 students from all over Ireland, Conor was selected to progress to this stage of the country's largest debating competition. Congratulations on a wonderful achievement.
  • Monday 25 January 2021 University Scholars Congratulations to Jamie Taylor and Cameron Ryan from the Class of 2020 who have been awarded Entrance Scholarships to Trinity College and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology respectively. These awards are given on the basis of Leaving Certificate performance. They will be presented with their prizes at a virtual ceremony this month. Well done to both and we wish them continued success in their academic careers.
  • Monday 21 December 2020 Climate Ambassador Congratulations to 5th Year Green Schools member, Amy Herskind, on her selection as an An Taisce Climate Ambassador for 2021. Amy was selected for this prestigious role from a large number of applicants. She will join a group of other ambassadors around the country taking climate action in their communities. We look forward to seeing what initiatives she will come up with for Wesley. Well done Amy!
  • Thursday 19 November 2020 Team Hope Collection The TY class 4A5 is proud to announce that on Wednesday 25th November there will be a fundraising event for all TY to attend. This is an event not to be missed and photos will be posted in due course. We would like to encourage all students and parents to donate on our page.
  • Monday 16 November 2020 Bullying Awareness Week This year's Bullying Awareness Week has the theme of 'Better Together'. This theme encourages us to remember that when other people are in our lives we thrive. However, we must also remember that we must treat people with respect and as we would like to be treated.
  • Saturday 24 October 2020 Irish Cancer Society Fundraising Ms Malone and 3A7 had a very successful two days selling pins for the Irish Cancer Society. They managed to raise an impressive €569 and would like to thank everyone who supported them and made a donation. A big well done to the 3rd Years on all their hard work running and organising the event.
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