A group of second year students had the privilege of meeting the author Peadar Ó Gúilin at Enniscorthy Library on Thursday 21st March. The students are currently reading Peadar’s latest book The Call, which is nominated for CBI Children’s Book of the Year Award. Also pictured is Reader in Residence at Wexford Libraries, author Caroline Busher.
Our 3rd Year students are busy putting the final touches to their Woodwork practical projects.
A competition has opened to find new designs for JCSP postcards. The postcards are JCSP resources, used by teachers to send good news of progress in school home to parents/guardians. All students are welcome to enter our in-house competition and there will be three prizes of art supplies. There will be a special prize for the top JCSP entry and all JCSP entries will be forwarded to the national competition. Further details, entry forms and art materials to borrow are available from the library. Closing date Tuesday 4th April.
2017 Student Enterprise Awards (in conjuction with The Local Enterprise Office) - will take place tonight in White’s Hotel, Wexford. EVC will be represented by the following students:
On Thursday 16th March we were honoured to welcome Poet Colm Keegan to our JCSP School library. Colm delivered poetry workshops to a number of classes throughout the day and stayed to work after school with the Creative Writing Group. Colm's workshops are always though provoking and fun. Some of the poetry produced on the day will be displayed on the library notice board.
EVC will close this evening Thurday 16th March and re-open on Tuesday 21st March for students. There will be a staff training day on Monday 20th March.
The first year 1 Holly class participated in our annual school visit to Trinity and UCD on Friday 10th March. They were accompanied by Ms. Kennedy and Ms. Davey. As a reward for their great application to their school work and the fact that they have decided to join the HAPPIE programme, all students got to savour the delights of life on an academic campus. With usual Trinity vs UCD banter to be heard, they got the opportunity to decide for themselves, which college was the best!