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6th year Politics and Society

On Tuesday 17th of Nov our 6th Years Politics and Society students attended an online workshop with Conor Reale; Parliamentary Education Officer in Dáil. The morning involved a discussion about the role of the Oireachtas and a virtual tour of the buildings. A discussion also took place with local TD Jed Nash about his work […]

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Science Week

Science week brought great curiosity and wonder to all students at DGS. Exciting experiments and investigations took place around the school which kept our students intrigued and interested in the world of Science. Pictured, our some of our 5th year Physics students examining the extraction of light while having great fun with soap and water!

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Congratulations!

Congratulations to our Head Girl, Tylá Fourie who has been selected to train with the Leinster U18 North East rugby squad. Multi-talented Tylá also represents DGS in netball and hockey. We are very proud of Tylá earning her place in the team.

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Rocket Launches

As part of Science week, TY and 1st year students had great fun creating rockets! They eagerly worked together to create the best rockets they could out of recycled material. All of their hard-work paid off as some of the rockets hit fantastic heights! It was an explosive end to a fantastic Science week at […]

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Transition Year DATS

Our TY students recently completed their DATs assessment to ensure they have a better understanding of their strengths and skills. It was a productive day for all students and will be of great benefit to them before they begin the Leaving Certificate course.

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Compass AGM

We wish to advise that the Compass AGM will be held by Zoom on the morning of Saturday 21st November, 2020 at 9.30am.  More details will follow.

By |November 9th, 2020|News|Comments Off on Compass AGM

Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying week took place during the last week of term. A lot of work was completed by teachers and students to ensure that students were made aware of the dangers and seriousness of bullying. All money raised through our non-uniform day and Wear Something Pink Day went to Breast Cancer Ireland.

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TY Beach Walk

Recently, our TY students enjoyed a brisk walk from Mornington to Laytown. It was a great opportunity for them to converse outside and enjoy the crisp fresh air!

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Extra-curricular Activities

It was very encouraging to see our extra-curricular activities get back up and running at the end of September. Every day there is a great turn-out of students willing to play sports in all weather conditions or use their imagination for creative activities. This year students can avail of new clubs and activities including HIIT […]

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TY Forensics Workshop

Last week our TY students enjoyed a fantastic day questioning the famous conspiracy theories of our times. They thoroughly enjoyed the interactive nature of this workshop run by Forensics Fun where they got to learn about different conspiracy theories and form their own opinion of them. It was a day full of lively discussion and […]

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