Green Flag raised over Moyle Park
The hard work of our 3rd year Green Flag committee led by Mr Stephen Doyle came to fruition with the raising of our first Green Flag. South Dublin Lord Mayor Fintan Warfield was in attendance to help in raising the flag, and praise the great work of the students and staff in all they did to improve environmental awareness. Further pictures available here
2nd Year Basketball team win two in a row in Dublin A Final
Our second year basketballers took top honours again in the Dublin ‘A' finals against Presentation Bray, on a score of 40-25. The team approached the game with total determination, and maintained fantastic pressure throughout the game. Their Coaches, Ms Corscadden and Ms. Roche were delighted with their work-rate and commitment. They have done themselves and the college proud.
Picture: (L:R) Michael Guy, Josias Muala, Michael Afam, Sean Langan, Emmanuel Adeleye, JJ Mazingu, Ryan Cullen, Lyle Kridichart (Capt) David Tracey, Conor Doherty, Basketball Irealnd Rep, Kevin Anyanwu, Neil Kavanagh. (Absent: Colm O’Shea)
Our Latest All-Ireland winner!!
Louis O'Loughlin is Moyle Park's latest All Ireland Champion. He put in an absolutely courageous performance running in very windy conditions in Clane on Sunday last. Louis was trailing in third with 400 metres to go, but once the finish line came into view he found another gear which the other two couldn't live with.
Blue Day to support Awareness of Cancer among Men
Blue day has been introduced to Moyle Park by our students and staff to increase awareness of cancer among men. A huge effort by our Transition Years and their teachers culminates in a day of activities and fundraising to support this effort. Throughout the day there will be events, prizes and special guests.
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Dodge Ball Pictures Here!
Presentation of Prizes by Jim Gavin and Kenneth Egan Here!
CFES comes to Moyle Park
CFES stands for College for Every Student, and is a major new initiative introduced by Trinity College, Dublin to encourage more students to continue their education at third level. Moyle Park, and our sister school Coláiste Bríde, were selected to participate in the programme as long-standing partners in the Trinity Access Programme (TAP) and Bridge 21 initiative. This initiative builds on our comittment to encourage all our students to continue their education at third level. It compliments the many programmes and courses already running in the College to highlight the importance of further education for our students.
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