Summer Reports 2021
Reports for our 1st, 2nd & 5th Year students are now live and available under 'Term Reports' on VSWare. Information on how to view reports in the VSWare section of the school app are attached in the PDF below. These reports can be accessed through the VSWare tab on the school app (see image below) or by clicking the VSWare icon on the main page of our school website. We recommend viewing results by clicking the 'Actions' button on the top right-hand corner of the results screen and then choosing 'Download Results'. If you have any queries please contact the school. Wishing everyone a lovely summer break. Kind regards, The Management Team https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/6597_20210614092358.pdf
LC - Construction Studies Exam
6th Year Construction Studies students, If you would like to use a board for the Leaving Certificate Exam, they can be collected from Room 2/1 or Room 2/2 half an hour before the exam on Friday.
School App Bookstore
School Booklists are now also available to view on the school app. Booklists are located within the 'Shop' section of the school app, titled 'Bookstore' (please see images below). PDF versions of the booklists are also available on our school website http://naascbs.ie/book-lists/
3rd Year SPHE Book 2021 - 2022
Could all incoming 3rd Year SPHE students (academic year 2021 - 2022) please purchase the following textbook for your SPHE classes in September. Health and Wellbeing SPHE 3 (Edco) (Please see image below). Many thanks, The SPHE Department
5th Year Booklist 2021 - 2022
Please see attached PDF for a full list of the textbooks and materials required for incoming 5th Years for 2021 - 2022 This list is also available on our school website www.naascbs.ie under the 'Parents' tab -> 'Book lists' https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/5739_20210610144904.pdf
Leaving Cert Exams
Any 6th Year students that have registered to sit an exam but have changed their mind, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inform the school that you will not be sitting the exam. Many thanks, The Management Team
Day 1 of State Exams in Naas CBS
Our Leaving Certificate students begin their State Exams this morning. Wishing our students continued luck and success over the next two weeks. Please click 'View Gallery' below to see more photos
3rd Year Junior Cycle Report 2021
Reports for our 3rd Year students are now live and available under 'Term Reports' on VSWare. The reports are titled 'Junior Cycle Report 2021'. Information on how to view reports in the VSWare section of the school app are attached in the PDF below. These reports can be accessed through the VSWare tab on the school app (see image below) or by clicking the VSWare icon on the main page of our school website. We recommend viewing results by clicking the 'Actions' button on the top right-hand corner of the results screen and then choosing 'Download Results'. If you have any queries please contact the school. School reports for 1st, 2nd & 5th Year students will be available the following week. An app notification will be sent when the results go live and are available to parents and students. Wishing everyone a lovely summer break. Kind regards, The Management Team https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/7669_20210608085015.pdf
Good luck in the State Exams
The very best of luck to our Leaving Certificate students beginning State Exams tomorrow. Go n-éirí an t-ádh libh go léir. From everyone here in Naas CBS
2nd Year Booklist 2021 - 2022
Please see attached PDF for a full list of the textbooks and materials required for incoming 2nd Years for 2021 - 2022 This list is also available on our school website www.naascbs.ie under the 'Parents' tab -> 'Book lists' https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/2315_20210604150736.pdf
Exam Information for 6th Year Students
Taking into account the year that is in it and to ensure that our 6th Year students are as comfortable as possible while undertaking their exams, 6th Year students are not required to wear their school uniform this year. 6th Year students please check which exam centre you are in when you arrive, the lists on display in the assembly area. Please arrive at your centre 10 to 15 minutes before your first exam. Please note that in line with covid health and safety measures you are required to leave the school premises after each exam. If you have any queries please contact the school. Kind regards, The Management Team
TY Booklist 2021 - 2022
Please see attached PDF for a full list of the textbooks and materials required for incoming 4th Years for 2021 - 2022 This list is also available on our school website www.naascbs.ie under the 'Parents' tab -> 'Book lists' https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/5382_20210604111215.pdf
Incoming 1st Year Booklist 2021 - 2022
Please see attached PDF for a full list of the textbooks and materials required for incoming 1st Years for 2021 - 2022. This list is also available on our school website www.naascbs.ie under the 'Parents' tab -> 'Book lists' https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/1551_20210604111331.pdf
TY Soccer Tournament
Many thanks to all the staff who helped organise the TY soccer tournament. Particular thanks to Ms. Byrne for taking photos on the day. Please click 'view gallery' below to see more images.
5th Year Awards 2021
Congratulations to the following students who received awards for 'Excellent All-Round Effort' and 'Best Student'. Many thanks to the Year Head - Ms Harriette Ashe for all of her work throughout the year with our 5th Year students and also to our Form Teachers - Ms Carter, Mr Maguire, Ms Hassett, Ms Hannigan, Mr. Boland, Mr Sheerin, Ms Maxwell & Ms McCabe. Awarded 'Excellent All-Round Effort': 5A - Josh Hyland, 5B - Conor Brown, 5C - Daniel Furey, 5D - Sean Broderick, 5E - Joe Forster, 5F - Tom McGrane, 5G - Daniel Glancy, 5H - Rory Stapleton Awarded 'Best Student': 5A - Lorcan Duffy, 5B - Jack Kavanagh, 5C - Luca Suvac, 5D - Fionn Tully, 5E - Dylan Gregory, 5F - James O'Loughlin, 5G - Conor O'Brien, 5H - Oscar Cawley. Please click 'View Gallery' for all photos.
2nd Year Awards 2021
Congratulations to the following students who received awards for 'Excellent All-Round Effort' and 'Best Student'. Many thanks to the Year Head - Ms AnneMarie Corcoran for all of her work throughout the year with our 2nd Year students and also to our Form Teachers - Ms. Kearns,, Ms. C.Phibbs, Ms. Harnett, Ms Cassidy, Mr Cribben & Ms. Fleming. Awarded 'Excellent All-Round Effort': 2A - Senan O'Shaughnessy, 2B - Stephen O'Rourke, 2C - Sam O'Reilly, 2D - Sean Whitehead, 2E - Cathal McCarthy, 2F - Matthew Cummins Awarded 'Best Student': 2A - Zach Kennedy & Harry Dunne, 2B - Shane Whelan, 2C - Cormac Geissel, 2D - Caolan Burke, 2E - Elias Dlhos, 2F - Liam Cleary Please click 'View Gallery' for all photos.
1st Year Awards 2021
Congratulations to the following students who received awards for 'Excellent All-Round Effort' and 'Best Student'. Many thanks to the Year Head - Mr. Joseph Kelly for all of his work throughout the year with our 1st Year students and also to our Form Teachers - Mr. Brecknell, Mr. Joyce, Mr. McGuinness, Ms Van Esbeck, Ms Prendiville & Ms. Ward. Awarded 'Excellent All-Round Effort': Aaron Mulhall (1A), Leo Ahearn (1B), Conor Cullen (1C), Finn Brennan (1D), Darragh O'Boyle (1E), Oisin Leane (1F) Awarded 'Best Student': Sean Og Boland (1A), Oisin O'Neill (1B), Matthew Dunlea (1C), Jake Curtin (1D), Sean Gavigan (1E), Daragh Lardner (1F) Please click 'View Gallery' for all photos.
6th Year Graduation Ceremony 2021
Well done again to everyone that was involved in organising and delivering the Graduation Ceremony for our 6th Year students. Particular thanks to Ms. Aoife Byrne and to students Fionn Monaghan and Jamie Moore for their videography/photography skills on the night. Please click 'view gallery' below to see more images.
Helping Children Make the Transition from Primary to Post-Primary
Zoom Talk: Helping Children make the transition from Primary to Post-primary - a talk for parents with Stella O'Malley Hosted by Kildare County Childcare Committee (www.kccc.ie) Date: Thu, 17 June 2021 Time: 19:00 – 20:00 , Via Zoom BOOK HERE: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/helping-children-make-the-transition-from-primary-to-post-primary-tickets-157612754993 This talk will be of particular relevance to parents whose children are moving from primary to secondary school this year, to parents of children who have just finished 1st year in secondary school, and also to professionals who work with this age group. Stella will look at how children have been affected by the last year of lockdowns and school closures, and how parents can help them to adapt to secondary school, coming as it does in this difficult period of adolescence. With most interactions online some children will be struggling with social interactions and may be anxious about the coming transition to secondary school.
School Calendar 2021/2022
The school calendar for the next academic year will be available via the school app calendar in mid-August and a hardcopy of this calendar will be distributed to students when they return to school. The return dates for each year group are listed below: 31st August - 1st Years 1st September - 6th Years 2nd September - 3rd Years 3rd September - 5th Years 6th September - 2nd Years 7th September - 4th Years Wishing everyone a lovely summer break. Kind regards, The Management Team
Medical Forms for Students
Parents & Guardians, If you have not already done so can you please update your son's Medical Form information on the school app. The Medical Form is located on the left-hand blue panel under 'My Student'. Please see images attached below as a guide. It is imperative that we have the most up-to-date information for your son. Many thanks, Sharon Power
Thank You to Meitheal Team 2020-2021
Our Meitheal Leaders received their certificates and enjoyed Dominos pizza for lunch to celebrate their wonderful work and positive attitude in mentoring the 1st Years during very challenging times this year. Thank you to the Meitheal Leaders for offering invaluable support to our 1st Year students, helping them settle into secondary school and organising fun events for them to enjoy with their peers. The Meitheal Team contributed positively to school life during a very difficult year for all. Gentlemen, you are a credit to yourselves, Naas CBS and the Meitheal Programme. Wishing you every success in the future and in any leadership roles you may hold. Ms. M. Murphy (Meitheal Co-ordinator)
Second Year Team Building
Last week the Second Year students took some time out with their Form Teachers to discuss what it was like being in their Form Class. The result was some very interesting Word Art Designs which summed up the essence of each Form Group . Well done to Form Class 2B who won a pizza afternoon for their efforts . A special thanks to the Form teachers ( 2A : Ms Kearns , 2B : Ms Phibbs , 2C : Ms Hartnett , 2D : Ms Cassidy , 2E : Mr Cribben and 2F Ms Fleming and Mr Tyrrell ) who supported the students not only in this initiative , but in every aspect of school life this year . Wishing the lads and their parents A Lovely Summer Break ! Anne Marie Corcoran Year Head Please click 'View Gallery' below to see the full display of images.
TY Graduation Photos
It was fantastic to see so many of our TY students in for one last time today for their Graduation. Thanks to all who helped out, especially to Ms. O'Donovan and our very talented musicians: Paul Colclough Jamie Humphreys Dylan Judge Thanks to Sam Fahey for his few words on how the year went. Thanks also to Mr. Travers, the management team, the form teachers and our caretaker Anthony for their support. And finally thanks to our resident photographer Fionn Monaghan for the photos attached. Well done to all who received special awards. I hope you all have a wonderful summer. Regards, S.Coy
Transition Year Graduation Link
Please see the stream link for todays graduation: https://youtu.be/TaNE4dakffg Thanks, S.Coy
Transition Year - Graduation - Thursday 27th 11.30a.m
Well done to all of our TY students who completed their final portfolio assessment over the last few days. The work, effort and ingenuity shown was amazing. Thank you to all who went above and beyond in what was such a broken year. To conclude our year and give recognition to the great work done, we have our graduation ceremony taking place tomorrow (27th). This is for students only and begins at 11.30a.m. Uniform is expected to be worn. It will last approximately 30-40 minutes. Each form group is designated a classroom: 4A - 2/20 4B - 2/12 4C - 2/14 4D - 2/18 4E - 2/22 4F - 2/23 Please go to these rooms when you arrive in school. The grad will be streamed from the assembly and your form teacher will be present to distribute certificates. The stream link will be sent on the app shortly beforehand for anyone who can't make it. It would be great to see as many of you there as possible. All the best, S.Coy
A reminder to students that the school canteen will close tomorrow (Thursday) after small break. Many thanks to Fran, Joe, Becky & Liz for all their work during the year.
National Walk to School Week
This week, 24th - 28th May, is National Walk to School Week. The Green Schools Committee encourages you to walk to school during this week. It has many positives, such as: ●Keeping fit ●Starting your day off in a good mood ●Reducing traffic The week-long event is not just about walking, but also about any form of exercise such as cycling to school. Many thanks, The Green Schools Committee
Return of Lift Keys
Dear Parents, Guardians & Students, If you could please ensure that school lift keys, currently signed out with a number of our students, are returned to the office before the end of the week it would be very much appreciated Kind regards, Ms Power
Graduation Ceremony 2021
Many thanks to the families and friends of our 6th Year students who tuned in for our live stream last Thursday evening to watch the Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2021. Thank you to Fionn Monaghan in Transition Year for his wonderful work in recording the ceremony. For anyone that did not have an opportunity to tune in last week please see the link for the recording below. https://youtu.be/VUGQg9_RG7g Kind regards, The Management Team
Transition Year - Summer Portfolio Assessment 24th - 26th
Best of luck to all Transition Years starting their portfolio assessments tomorrow. The following is a link to the timetable: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WKQm0ryWmigWVeXZuxdUMyLJT-EOpn2EQ4gm1vvOr6k/edit?usp=sharing Please arrive 20 minutes before your interview and go to 2/20 for your pre-interview assessment. Full uniform must be worn. It is very important that students have completed their Projects + Goals Sheet, & submitted this via their Digital Portfolios to me online before their interview. This is done through their Tutorials Google Classroom. The following is a link to a video explaining how to submit this step by step. Please follow these instructions exactly. https://drive.google.com/file/d/11eMIzSddwN_oo3d5OOlZZyOOM6yiQn7U/view?usp=sharing Students must ensure that all work is visible on their portfolios (especially their projects & goals sheet and graded pieces). Check the sharing settings of each project. Look at the following video to see how this is done: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bWsiNPTlD6Tzw8VT5h-yfp-Ay-T0A4-h/view?usp=sharing Please be prepared for you interviews - be on time and look over project work beforehand to be familiar with it. Most importantly enjoy the experience - be enthusiastic, be talkative and give it your best! Don't forget the graduation is Thursday at 11.30 a.m in the school. Wishing you all the best of luck! Any issues contact me immediately. Kind regards, S.Coy email@example.com
Special Mention Board May 2021
Well done to the students on the Special Mention Board who were nominated for significant achievement over the last month. These students showed strengths in many different areas for example, excellent record of work, continually making a great effort, great improvement in work, excellent attendance, great improvement in behaviour, significant contribution to school or community and many other reasons. Please see attached PDF for a list of students. Many thanks, Ms.Conneely https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/9744_20210521103339.pdf
Message for Post-Primary Students from President Michael D. Higgins
President Michael D. Higgins has issued special video messages for students in post-primary schools. In his message to the students, the President acknowledged the disruptions to students’ lives, and thanked students for their cooperation and patience in these testing times. The text of the President’s message is available in the PDF attachment. Click here to listen to the President’s message: https://youtu.be/HR7VezrHhRE https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/4758_20210521093606.pdf
The Class of 2021 - Graduation Ceremony
Families & friends of the 'Class of 2021', Please click on the link below to join us here in Naas CBS for our 6th Year Graduation Ceremony. We hope to begin at approximately 6.00pm. https://youtu.be/qyYgzBgqB_Y Kind regards, The Management Team
Chemistry Competition Winners
Huge congratulations to the local winners of the School's Analyst Competition. Winners: Team name: Six times ten to the twenty three Muskateers Team members: Hugo Devine, Eoghan Hyde and Harry Whelan Runners Up: Team name: Ionic Bonds Team members: Luca Suvac, Lorcan Duffy, Abdullah Abbasi and Muhib Aakil All our competitors are still in with a chance to pick up a prize for the regional and/or national prize which are being judged externally. Well done gents. Great effort put in by all. Miss Walsh
Transition Year - Summer Portfolio Assessment - Important Notice
In preparation for next weeks portfolio assessment, ALL students MUST complete a series of tasks before they come in for interview. Can I ask that parents/guardians please check with your sons that they have completed this work. These tasks are specific to their Digital Portfolios & project work. I have made a short 5 minute instructional video for students to follow step by step. The video can be viewed here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11eMIzSddwN_oo3d5OOlZZyOOM6yiQn7U/view?usp=sharing In summary , students must: 1. Make a copy of the projects & Goals sheet available to them in their Tutorials Classroom. 2. Fill in the document in good detail. 3. Change the sharing settings of the doc to public (Anyone with the link can view). 4. Add the document to the homepage of their digital portfolio. 5. Submit the published link to their digital portfolio using the form available in their Tutorials classroom. Students who fail to have this prepared will have their interview rescheduled to Wednesday 26th Any issue please contact me immediately.
Legion of Mary
Every year around this time The Legion of Mary visit the school to talk to our sixth-year students ahead of their Leaving Certificate exams. Eileen and Aileen always give a lovely talk to the boys about the devotion to Our lady, the power of prayer and faith and especially to wish the boys the best in their exams and the future. For the past two years Covid has prevented this talk unfortunately. However, today Eileen and Aileen came to the school and gave a socially distanced talk to six of our sixth years. Two Rose bushes were planted for the leaving cert classes of 2020 and 2021. Aileen and Eileen left miraculous medals, a prayer card and a booklet explaining the origin and meaning and significance of the miraculous medal. There is one of each of these items for every sixth-year student who wishes to take one. Thanks again to Jamie Moore in 3rd Year for his excellent photography. Please click 'View Gallery' below to see more images.
Naas Tidy Towns
Vourneen Hennessy of Naas Tidy Towns came to the school today to present our TY students with a lovely gift in appreciation for all the work our students do throughout the year for Naas Tidy Towns. Today alone we have two teams of litter pickers working in the town. Also, today our TY students were busy in our garden, preparing soil, weeding, clipping grass and general garden maintenance. Later today they will plant summer bedding and various seeds. Larry Swan of Swans On The Green very kindly donated four bags of compost and eight trays of summer bedding flowers to our garden and orchard. Well done to everyone involved and many thanks to Jamie Moore 3rd Year for the photos.
Transition Year EiSHT Workshops
We were delighted to have Caroline in with us over the past few weeks working with out TY students around the areas of emotional self-defence and resilience as part of EiSHT programme.
3rd Year DATs Testing
3rd Year Parents & Guardians, Please see important PDF document attached for information about upcoming DATs testing for all 3rd Year students. While classes for 3rd Year students only finish on Friday 21st May, it is imperative that 3rd Year students attend for DATs testing on the dates outlined in the attached document. We hope to have reports for our 3rd Year students available on VSWare from the week of the 7th June. Wishing all our 3rd Years and their Parents/Guardians a lovely summer break. Kind regards, The Management Team https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/1132_20210518082558.pdf
Green Schools Committee
Last Thursday, the Green Schools Committee made signs and posters about car idling. The committee urges drivers to turn off engines when waiting. Driving leads to pollution and health risks and is the reason why Ireland has the third highest emissions of greenhouse gases per capita in the EU. We ask that those who can walk or cycle, please do so and those who do drive to and from school to turn their engines off while parked outside of the school. Every 1 minute spent Idling is equal to 1 km of driving. And for every 5 minutes spent idling, 1kg of CO2 is released. Please click 'View gallery' for more images.
Leinster Rugby Presents Naas CBS with Signed Jersey
On Friday 14th May, Mick Cahill (Leinster Rugby CCRO) presented the school with a signed school rugby jersey from the current Leinster Senior Team, including our own Jamie Osborne. We look forward to the return of school sports and it is hoped that the 2021 Junior Rugby Cup competitions can happen in September. More information for juniors will emerge in the coming weeks.' (Photography: Jamie Moore)
6th Year Group Photo 2020 - 2021
Any 6th Year student that has paid for the Year Group photo can now collect it from the enquiries office. Thank you.
Celebrating the 6th Year Class of 2021
It was lovely to be able to celebrate the end of 6th Year classes today with a BBQ out in the sunshine with the students. Many thanks to the teachers involved in organising ‘boost bags’ for each student. We look forward to celebrating with this wonderful & resilient year group at their Graduation ceremony next Thursday 20th May. Additional thanks to 3rd Year student Jamie Moore for capturing photos of the 6th Years today. Please click ‘view gallery’ below to see these images. Kind regards, The Management Team
6th Year Graduation Ceremony 2021
To Parents/Guardians of Leaving Certificate Students, In regards to our 6th Year Graduation ceremony please see the attached PDF which has also been posted to your home. In the climate that we are currently in we would really appreciate your support with the arrangements made for Thursday 20th May which are outlined in the letter. The lads have been excellent to date and we hope to finish the school term in a safe and positive manner. We hope all of you can join us next Thursday. The live link will be sent to you via the school app a few minutes before the ceremony starts at 6.00pm. As of today we are providing supervised study for 6th Years. Study is optional as some students might prefer to study from home but we would ask, with covid health and safety, that if your son decides to attend study, he is here from 9.00am - 4.00pm each day. We will provide study for the next two weeks, up to Thursday 27th May. Many thanks for all your commitment and support over the years with the class of 2021. Kind regards, Ben Travers https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/2591_20210514105424.pdf
Transition Year - Summer Portfolio Assessment - Parents Information
Please see attached PDF with information regarding the upcoming Portfolio Assessment for TY students. This can also be viewed here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1lbDA_LHyUQPbiqNuoLZZOxmMPsw6IdMNTUstKxPQFLg/edit?usp=sharing https://af9b90f3f28b20e79a8c-b811c69588bad063512eb87d4fe17a81.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/6854_20210514104832.pdf
Transition Year - Summer Portfolio Assessment Timetable (24th - 27th May)
The interview timetable for the Transition Year Summer Portfolio Assessment is now available through the link below. Interviews will take place from the 24th - 26th May, and there will be an in-school graduation for students only on Thursday 27th at 11.30. More information regarding portfolio assessment has been sent out in students Tutorials Google Classroom this evening. I will send out information regarding portfolio assessment specifically to parents in the coming days. With regards to the timetable: Students must arrive 20 minutes before their scheduled time for pre-interview assessment with Mr. Coy in room 2/20. ALL students are required to attend their portfolio assessment - This includes those out working Completing their assessment is a compulsory aspect of students progression towards 5th Year This timetable is subject to change - Please keep an eye on it If any student needs to swap, please look to find someone to swap with first, and then contact me. I will do my best to accommodate everyone. The timetable can be found here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WKQm0ryWmigWVeXZuxdUMyLJT-EOpn2EQ4gm1vvOr6k/edit?usp=sharing If there are any issues please contact me. Regards, S.Coy
Fran's covid-safe BBQ is back this Thursday 13th May at lunchtime (weather depending). Menu Quarter Pounder with lettuce, onion & sauce €3.50 Meal Deal Quarter Pounder with lettuce, onion & sauce, a cookie and a drink (7up or Coke) €5.00 Many thanks to Fran, Joe, Becky and Liz for organising this BBQ for our students.
Green Schools Committee
We, the Green Schools Committee, have noticed that many of the students get to school by driving. Of course this is sometimes necessary, due to living far away from the school, but for many of the students they are within walking distance from the school. Driving leads to pollution and health risks and is the reason why Ireland has the third highest emissions of greenhouse gases per capita in the EU. We ask that those who can walk or cycle, please do so and those who do drive to and from school to turn their engines off while parked outside of the school. Every 1 minute spent Idling is equal to 1 km of driving. And for every 5 minutes spent idling, 1kg of CO2 is released. Thank you for reading this statement and we hope that you consider doing your part in helping the planet and cleaning the air. The Green Schools Committee
Irish Architecture Foundation- Architects in Schools workshop
The school ran a workshop as part of the 'Architects in Schools' initiative with Ghinlon Architects on Friday 7th February. Architect Ghinlon Wang hosted the event in which he outlined how to become an architect and what the career entails. The main element of the workshop was a design task that required students to design a device/ costume that allowed a superhero of their choice to socially distance from others. The students really enjoyed sketching out their ideas and using models to test their solutions. They arrived with some very innovative and clever designs. Please see photos attached of the students work. They really engaged with the process and seemed to enjoy the event. The workshops provided a valuable insight into the design process and how architects think and work. There were a number of students present who are very interested in studying architecture and can use the experience when preparing a portfolio for college courses and interviews. Many thanks to Mr. Fitzpatrick for his help in organising this workshop Please click 'view gallery' to see all images.