Trick or Treat For Temple Street

Well done to the class of 2V who were busy raising awareness, raising money and raising spirits in the run up to the Hallowe’en break. They organised a jam-packed session for fellow Second Years as part of their CSPE course. The students firstly held a break-time cake sale. They then shared information with the year group about the valuable work carried out by Temple Street Children’s Hospital & their foundation. This was followed by a fun-filled event comprising of ghastly ghost stories and jokes, all topped off with a group performance of the iconic Thriller dance.

The girls would like to thank all those who donated to this great cause. They are delighted to have raised €426 for the charity to date.

Staff Fancy Dress

No to be out-done by the students, the staff also got in on the act with a fancy dress day on Friday October 25th. Thank you to all the students who donated so generously, all in aid of Temple Street & South Westmeath Hospice. We had witches, zombies, skeletons, serious health & safety concerns from the PE Department, a masked, hurley-wielding maniac with a Cork accent and not forgetting Banana Man. It gave the girls a giggle and got us all in the Hallowe’en spirit.