From old to new, it’s amazing what you can do! Today in the TY Home Economics interior design module the ladies put their nifty sewing skills to the test, as I’m sure they are a bit rusty from the junior certificate 👀! The ladies as part of their interior design module are learning fun and … Continue reading
Today I visited Castletown country market and craft fair which takes place on the last Sunday of the month, between March and October from 10am to 6pm. If you have a love for food like myself, this market is a must see! The market supplies a wealth of local and artisan produce and a range … Continue reading
On today’s break time menu were Granny’s ooh so good granola and groovy mixed fruit smoothies. All money raised is going towards the transition year interior design module here in St Dominic’s Secondary school. A selection of healthy snacks were prepared this week for our Healthy living themed week.
The TY digital media module affords students the opportunity to produce a transition year blog. The Digital media class discuss their vision for the blog and agree on the key areas, topics and events that would be most appealing to teenagers to follow.This module offers a great diversity of experiences for the students and develops … Continue reading
While Kerry hold the All- Ireland title here in St Dominic’s, Donegal native Ms Mills is not willing to give up that easy. Today marked the first gaelic football training session in school. It was great to see so many ladies attend this evening. Training will continue every Wednesday evening from 3.15pm until 4.15pm. Energy … Continue reading
Transition years will be kept busy preparing healthy vegetable soup and brown bread tomorrow. This will be sold at break time all money raised will go towards the kitchen makeovers.
Group 1 unit 1 Lisa, Nicole Group two unit 2 Megan R, Jade Group 3 unit 3 Leah,Shauna Group 4 unit 4 Samantha,Amy Group 5 unit 5, Katie, Rachael Group 6 unit 6 Ciara, Alannah Group 7 unit 7 Chloe, Kym Group 8 unit 8 Sophie, Marie Group 9 unit 9 Lauren, Megan C
Bhí na cailíní as an gceathrú bliain ana- neirbhíseach ar an maidin ach fós bhí siad ag tnúth leis na torthaí a fháil ar ais tar éis na hoibre a chuir siad isteach anuraidh sa rang. A huge congratulations to all my Home Economics students hold your head up high. The strongest factor to your success girls is your … Continue reading
The Transition year students had a very busy morning in the Home Economics kitchen today. The girls made a selection of homemade pizzas for the pizza party that they arranged to raise money to help give the Home Economics kitchens a facelift as part of their interior design module. Thank you to all who supported … Continue reading