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Orchestra Recital Ceremony

The annual award recital by the students of the instrumental scheme took place on Wednesday 24th May, kindly hosted by the JCSP librarian, Miss Éadaoin Quinn. In an informal setting with tea, coffee and scones, Conor Kenny, 2nd Year, began the concert with a traditional air, “Star of the County Down,” on clarinet. Continuing the traditional theme, 1st year Darren Levingstone played “Boolavogue” on flute. Rhian Tyrell Wright 3rd Year delivered a fine rendition of ‘Strangers on the Shore’ and Serena Casey played a beautiful Allegro from her recent exam selection.  Ms. Ann Wickham currently teaches woodwind in the college. Students, parents, extended family-members; Music Department and staff listened as members of the instrumental scheme performed solos, duets and trios guided by their tutors Olwen Sheil-Cello and Double Bass, and Emer Collins-Violin and Viola. Zara Kelly, 6th year, Violin and Megan Dobbs, 6th year, Cello (member of Co. Wexford Youth Orchestra-most recent performance in NCH) were in the audience as special invited guests, having played with the orchestra since 1st year. [Read more...]

MS Readathon 2017

Certificates and token prizes were awarded to all students who took part in this year's MS Readathon. All of the students who volunteered to be involved collected sponsorship per book read. The students gained an understanding of the work of the MS Society in helping people live with the disease of Multiple Sclerosis, they read a large number of books and were able to make a donation to the work of the MS Society. Deputy Principal, Conor Berry thanked and congratulated all of the students who took part.    [Read more...]

Welcome to the website of Enniscorthy Vocational College

Principal’s Address

I extend a warm welcome to all who visit this website. As a parent, guardian or prospective student this site should give you some impression of the life in Enniscorthy Vocational College.

It is impossible to set out the whole range of activities that take place in the school but hopefully the sense of a happy, productive and caring community is tangible.

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July 2017