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A selection of 1st Year Art paintings. Very strong and vibrant artwork.

Congratulations to our environment committee who were awarded their 9th green flag Global Citizenship Travel at The Helix yesterday. Thanks to everyone who chose sustainable transport.

Notice from the Past Pupils Union (PPU):

The Annual Mass for Deceased members will be held in Booterstown Parish Church on Sunday, 26th May 2024.  Mass is at 11:00am.

Today our 5 Dream Space ambassadors visited @MS_eduIRL for their #MSDreamSpace graduation day, and were given an opportunity to experiment with the Sphero indie, VR headsets and Minecraft Education. Well done to the students for completing the DreamSpace program.

Congratulations to our 1st year GAA players and their coaches on winning the Scoop Cup today. A super team effort.

The IMTA Team Maths competition took place yesterday. 1432 students from 139 schools participated nationally. Congratulations to the Sion Hill team that competed against 60 other teams in Gonzaga College and did a great job representing their school.

Congratulations to Caroline Breen, Orla Byrne and Amy Kalayil (Class of 2023) who were awarded UCD Entrance Scholarships based on their excellent Leaving Certificate Results.

January was a busy month for our school Athletics teams as they took part in the DCU XC Schools Championship and the East Leinster XC Championship. Well done to all involved.

Congratulations to Kavyaa (2nd Year) who won 3rd prize (11-13) in the Blackrock Credit Union ‘Me & The Community’ Art Competition 2024.

One of our past pupils, Osahenre Samuel (class of 2020), has been awarded a fellowship under the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP).

Osas began her MSc. in Medical Physics at UCD in September 2023, has been awarded this prestigious IAEA fellowship, which aims to help increase the number of women working in nuclear science and technology, and build up gender-balanced capacities relevant to nuclear science and its applications, nuclear safety and security, non-proliferation and nuclear law.

The fellowship provides support for highly motivated female students accepted or enrolled in a master’s programme in a nuclear related field at an accredited university. The programme honours Marie Skłodowska Curie for her pioneering research on radioactivity, which was a crucial step in the scientific journey to the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. Marie Skłodowska-Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and was the first person, and only woman, to be awarded two Nobel Prizes, one in Physics in 1903, and one in Chemistry in 1911.