TY Mini Company Finals

Candy Canes

 

Sixty-one TY companies competed in the Mini Company Finals at WIT sports campus on Thursday 25th February. St. Augustine’s College, 'Candy Cane Telegrams' picked up the award for 'Best Stand' and 'Fungarvan' received the judges’ special mention. Many thanks to Ms Heather Boyle who accompanied the students on the day and assisted in their preparations.

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Maths Challenge- TY

TY Maths Challenge

T.Y Activities week beginning February 8th

TY Co-0rdinator Ms Nollaig Sheehan has a very busy week organised for the Transition Year group prior to their mid-term break, details listed below.

  • Build a Bank are also busy as they have organised a table-quiz for all the first year students on Thursday afternoon.
  • Leisure Programme on Monday afternoon. Activities include; beauty therapy, set-dancing, fitness camp at Clonea Leisure Centre.
  • Meetings with Career Guidance teacher Ms Elaine Moore regarding subject options for 5th Year.
  • First-Aid module for TY5 on Monday and TY1 on Tuesday.
  • Wednesday afternoon is scheduled for a TY Interactive Maths Challenge. This should be fun as well testing, best of luck to all.

Fabulous "Footloose"

 

footloose kd 40Audiences rocked as the explosive Rock 'n' Roll musical “Footloose” burst on to the stage at St Augustine’s College last week.

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St Augustine's College presents "Footloose"

 St Augustine's College Transition Year students proudly present "Fotloose the Musical" from Wednesday 20th January to Saturday 23rd at 8pm nightly. Musical director; Ms Kelley Gardiner, Producer; Mr Pat Knightly and Ms Sarah Layman, Choreographer. Tickets are available at David Walsh, Office and School Supplies, Lower Main Street, Dungarvan (tel:058 42786)  and from Helen at the college office (tel:058 41140)

“Footloose" is a 1998 musical based on the 1984 film of the same name. The music is by Tom Snow (among others), the lyrics by Dean Pitchford (with additional lyrics by Kenny Loggins), and the book by Pitchford and Walter Bobbie”.

Brief Synopsis

“When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, Ren is prepared for the adjustment to his new high school. What he isn't prepared for are the local laws - including a ban on dancing - which are the brainchild of a local preacher bent on exercising control over the town's youths. When the Reverend's rebellious daughter sets her heart on Ren, her boyfriend tries to sabotage Ren's reputation and many of the locals are eager to believe the worst about the new kid. With its Oscar'-nominated hit score (the film soundtrack album has sold over 15 million copies world-wide) the celebrated film musical now bursts explosively onto the stage”

Transition Year Students busy at rehearsals with Ms Sarah Layman (Choreographer)

Transition Year Activities – Week Beginning 22nd February 2016

 

  • Monday: Leisure programme, activities include: Irish Set-Dancing, Fitness Bootcamp & Beauty Therapy
  • Tuesday: Toastmasters Public Speaking Module.
  • Wednesday & Thursday: Personal Safety Workshop.  TY 5 Yoga Module.
  • Thursday: Mini-Company Finals at WIT.

It's Your Move- Operation Transformation

This year on Operation Transformation is launching a brand new dance fitness campaign entitled “itsyourmove”, designed especially for teenage girls by Hip Hop sensations, Raw  EdgeCrewEvery school in the country is encouraged to take part by following ”itsyourmove” on the OT website.The Friary TY group have submitted their video
 to the show; hopefully it will feature on the final dance video! Good luck to all.

T.Y. Activities- Monday, February 1st 2016

  • Leisure Programme- Fitness boot camp, Beauty Therapy, Swimming, Bowling and Gym time.
  • First Aid Module
  • Yoga Module
  • Club Activities- Amber Flag, Goal, Lunchtime Debating, School Smarter Travel.
  • 5thYear Subject Options advisory workshops

"Footloose" - Hot Shots!

St Monica's Church at Christmas

St Monica's Church has been very tastefully decorated for the Christmas celebrations by a Transition Year group and teacher Ms Margo McGann. The group called "Monica's Minders" put up a very attractive Christmas tree, a Jesse Tree with the help of Art teacher Mr Padraig MacCraith, while Mr Darragh Duggan lend a hand with the construction of a beautiful crib.The students and teachers are pictured in the photo gallery.Pictured at a crib made by Dungarvan Men's Shed is Mrs Helen Russell Fr Matt Cooney OSA,Mrs Ann Commins, Ms Nollaig Sheehan, the figures are the work of a lady from Dunabbey.

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St. Augustine's College is located in Abbeyside, Dungarvan Co. Waterford, just 2.5km (5 mins by car) from Dungarvan Town Centre.
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