Congratulation to Daire O’Brien who was the recipient of the Celtic Ross West Cork youth sports star award for March. Daire was the inspirational captain of Sacred Heart ‘s All Ireland winning junior camogie team. Daire was joined by her team mates and parents at the presentation of the award in the Celtic Ross on Friday 19th April. Daire thanked her team for the hard work and support and said that she was accepting the award on behalf of the team.
Following a very successful and enjoyable fun run last Sunday, Tracy Henderson and Tara McSweeney, members of the Parents’ Association, visited the school this morning to make a presentation of a cheque for 1154 euro . This money will be used to purchase Chromebooks for use by students. Many thanks to the Parents’ Association and to all parents, students and staff who participated in the event.
TY Art Appreciation module!
Commiserations to our Senior Hockey Team!
Cycle against Suicide congress, Dublin.
Well done to the Applied Leaving Certificate student who received outstanding results in their recent tasks.
Orlaith Deasy was the recipient of a Bandon Opinion Youth Award for achievement in sport on Friday 5th April. Orlaith is a second year student in Sacred Heart and is very talented young athlete. She was a member of the junior camogie team that brought All Ireland success to the school recently and is a member of the 2nd year basketball team that has qualified for the All Ireland semi final after Easter. Well done Orlaith we are so proud of your achievements
TY students acknowledges by Clonakilty Mayoral council!
Sacred Heart Students to perform on “Ireland’s got Talent” Final! ……..Please Vote!!
TY students get a taste of what CIT have to offer!
A Healthy and Fun morning at the Parent’s Association Fundraiser!
Yellow Ribbon Day.
Minor and Junior Hockey Teams in action!
Parent’s Association Fun Run…..April 7th….11am start from the Model Railway Village
!st Year Blitz win!
Computer Science Students attend UCC seminar on Computing and IT
Inter-school Equestrian event at Maryville Stables, Douglas
The past two days have been busy days for Junior Certificate students. The girls had their practical Home Economics exam as well as their Music practicals. Well done to the girls and many thanks to their teachers, Ms Harte, Ms O’Brien & Ms Lynch, for the help and support that they gave to the students.
Scared Heart students prepare to support the Parents’ Association Fun Run on Sunday 7th at 11.00am. All proceeds from this fun event will be used for purchase additiona chrome book for students.
Our 2nd year basketball team had an early start this morning. They left West Cork at 6am and headed to O'Loughlin Gaels GAA complex in Kilkenny City for their All Ireland Qualifier. A round robin competition awaited with four teams competing for just one spot in an All Ireland semi final.
Our first game was against Hazelwood from Limerick. Our girls were well in control but in the last few minutes the Limerick team rallied. Ultimately Sacred Heart kept their nerve and hung on for a two point win. A close affair but perhaps lessons learned from the heart ache last year.
Wins in our second and third games turned out to be a little more comfortable. Beating Mount Anvil from Dublin and Our Lady of Lourdes New Ross to progress from the competition.
All roads now lead to Dublin on 30th April for the All Ireland Semi's and Final in the National Basketball Arena, Tallaght. Many thanks to Mr Hanley and Mr Browne.