State exams finish with Leaving cert Japanese.
We would like to wish Kate the very best as she performs as part of the cabaret in Cork Arts Theatre during July. ‘Girls Sing’ is a celebration of all the biggest heroines of Musical Theatre.
Presented by the brightest and best of young talented performers, stars who are on the rise here in Cork and beyond.
From the unforgettable I Caint Say No from Oklahoma through Sister Suffragette from Mary Poppins via songs from Wicked, Sister Act, Little Women and some very contemporary current West End and Broadway hits and, on the way, paying tribute to some of our favourite Musical Theatre performers.
There will be solos, duets, trios and full company numbers throughout the show, all presented in a cabaret style and designed to send you home with a smile on your face, music in your ears and a song in your heart.
Well done Kate
Well done to Ciara White, Caoimhe McEvoy, Soifra Patwell, Katie O’ Driscoll and Millie Condon….All Ireland Champions with Cork Ladies!
A reminder for parents that the deadline for payment for school transport i is July 26th
4 sponsored places available.
Donate your unwanted school skirts and receive half of resale value!
Please hand in CLEAN & IN GOOD CONDITION skirts to school on a hanger with name, mobile phone number and skirt size attached at one of the following times: Jackets accepted as well.
Friday 14th of June 2019………………………… 10am – 11am
Friday 21st of June 2019………………………… 10am – 11am
Resale of skirts will take place in the school on:
Monday August 12th ………………………… 10am – 11am
For more information or if these times do not suit please contact
Tracy 087 687 4151
Every good luck in the Exams.
Bronze medal for Eábha Crowley at the All - Ireland schools championships!
High Jump competition at Sacred Heart!
Parent’s Association sign off on successful year!
The girls of the Leaving Certificate class of 2019 gather with their parents, friends and staff, to celebrate the end of 6 years in Sacred Heart, at their graduation Mass on Monday 20th May. It was an emotional evening for the girls and their parents as they prepare to sit their Leaving Certificate and leave the comfort and familiarity of Sacred Heart. The theme chosen for the graduation Mass was ‘Wherever you go, keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground’ The talented music class, under the direction of Ms Lynch, their music teacher provided the music for the Mass. Many thanks to Fr. Kamil who celebrated the Mass, and to Ms. Harte, Ms. Mangan, Ms. Harrington and Ms. Holland for making it such a special evening. We wish the girls the very best during the coming weeks.
Our 1st year camogie team were disappointed to lost the County final to Colaiste Choilm today in Bandon on a score line of 3-08 to 0-9. We are so proud of this talented team . They played with such skill, commitment and determination. Many thanks to their coach Mr Browne.
Congratulations to all students who were acknowledged recently at the Annual School Awards evening at Sacred Heart Clonakilty. We were delighted to welcome back many of our past pupils who had just completed their first year University exams. Thanks also to Mayor of Clonakilty Gretta O’Donovan and Liam Nash who were the special guest of honour at the event. Awards co-coordinator and MC for the evening was Ms. Elaine Galvin. Well done to all award nominees and recipients and many thanks to Ms Galvin for organising such an wonderful event.
Important information for examinations candidates and their parents/guardians from the SEC
‘We issued Circular S51/19 to all schools in early May. This included information about Online Marking.
We have received a number of requests for clarification as to what Online Marking means for candidates. Our basic message remains the same, which is, there is very little change for candidates as a result of their examinations being marked online.
We are taking this opportunity to provide some further clarification specifically for the attention of candidates and their parents/guardians. This is available https://www.examinations.ie/?l=en&mc=ex&sc=omd We appreciate your assistance in bringing this to their attention.
PIN letters for our new Candidate Self-Service Portal will be in schools this Thursday.
All further candidate information will be posted on our website at the end of May’
SH Advocates gather one more time to wrap up their year’s work addressing local, national and global social issues. Well done SH Advocate team, you have made difference Many thanks to Ms Sexton for her support and guidance during the year.
Place on Thriving Teen course available to Sacred Heart Student by Capita Customer Solutions.
Awesome walls a big success for 1st year students!
YSI group hold social dance finale!
’fhreastail Aoife Ní Shúilleabháin, Aoife Ní Chuileannáin agus a múinteoir Leona Meade ar an mbronnadh don Ghaelbhratach i Ráschúrsa Bhaile na Lobhair, Baile Átha Cliath ar an 21 Bealtaine 2019.
Ba mhór an ónóir do na daltaí an tríú brat a fháil do Mheánscoil an Chroí Naofa. Seasca scoil a bhí i láthair agus tráthnóna den chéad scoth a bhí acu ann!
Sheinn an grúpa ceoil ‘Scannal’ agus thosaigh na daltaí go léir ag damhsa! Bhí aoí-chainteoirí ann ó TG4, Foras na Gaeilge agus Conradh na Gaeilge.
Tá deireadh na bliana buailte linn anois ach bígí cinnte go mbeimid ar ais go luath le tuilleadh ceoil, cainte agus craic.
Beatha teanga í a labhairt. Bígí linn!
#gaelbhratach #coistenagaeilge #gaellinn
In mid-April Transition Years Tola Ní Shúilleabháin, Hannah Rafferty and Kate Crowley and fifth year students Katie Kiely and Aideen Murphy travelled to Galway for the national finals of European Youth Parliament Ireland. This is a model of the proceedings of the European Parliament in which students act as the delegates. The girls spent 5 days in Galway discussing, debating and forming resolutions on issues such as the utilisation of 'big data' , the reduction of recidivism and air pollution.
Tola, Hannah and Aideen have qualified for the International Session of EYP which well take place in different European countries.