Well done to Laura McWalter and her team for organising the Craft Fair, the first-ever held in EVC. Appreciation to all staff, students and parents who supported the event. Feedback has been extremely positive and will assist in building stronger links with the local community
EVC will host their first ever Craft Fair on Thursday 6th December from 5pm. to 8pm. in the school.
Enniscorthy Vocational College will hold its annual Monster Bingo on Sunday 18th November 2018. Commencing at 3:00pm, the bingo has a total prize fund of €8,000 and there are ‘sit-beside’ prizes on every game. Double books are priced at €20 with single books on sale for €15. A raffle will also be held and refreshments are available on the day . The bingo is being organised in conjunction with the Parents’ Association and all money raised will be used to update equipment and facilities for the students and to send two 5th Year students to Lourdes as helpers with the Ferns Diocesan Pilgrimage. All support appreciated.
Yesterday, 24th October, classes 6A,6B and 6C journeyed to Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin to see a production of MacBeth. They were accompanied by teachers Helen O’Brien, Brian Stack, Brídín Kelly, Aileen Walsh and SNA Caroline Redmond. Not every live show has sword fighting, fortune telling, murder, a conniving couple, Weird Sisters, naked ambition, a ghost, clowning drunks and fantastic heroes; this Shakespearean play has it all.
Our second-level Open Night takes place on Tuesday 16th October 2018 from 6pm. to 8pm.
Well done to our 29 students who participated in the Co. Vocational schools’ athletics today at the Hub, Enniscorthy. The following excelled in their chosen fields: Ciarán Breen (3rd Senior Boys 100m); Seán Rainsford (3rd Long Jump); Jordon Dobbs (2nd Shot Putt) and Cody Fortune (1st High Jump).
Our Student Council received training on Monday 1st October from Pat Murphy (Dublin)
with liaison teacher Bríd Gallagher present. The following students were elected as Officers:
Chairperson: Tony Liu Jinhui; Secretary: Janis Jurkevics; PRO: Shane Williams; Asst. PRO: Emin Aksoy; Treasurer: Patrick Byrne.
Today in school we celebrated the outstanding academic achievements of our students during the state examinations held last June. Awards were presented to students who achieved the highest grades in subjects taken at higher level in the Junior Certificate exams. Our top scoring Junior Certificate Students were Matthew Butler, Shauna Devaney, Tara Hudson, Elliot Killeen and Ria Murphy. Junior Certificate Schools Programme (JCSP) students were recognised by an individual award given to Damien Walsh who achieved the best overall JCSP result. At Leaving Certificate level we made presentations to Danel Leech ( Best Overall Male Result), Laura Kelly - Buckley (Best Overall Female Result) and Chloe Kirwan (Best Leaving certificate Applied Result). It was a wonderful ceremony celebrating the very best of our student's hard work and commitment to education.
The Sixth Year Biology students from EVC completed the Field Work element of their Leaving Cert course with a visit to Carnesore Point on Wednesday 26th of September.
This year 24 Transition Year students from Enniscorthy Vocational College will be taking part in the Student Enterprise Competition. The Student Enterprise Programme (SEP) is Ireland’s largest and most successful student enterprise programme. Over 23,000 students each year participate by setting up and running a student business and find out what it is really like to be an entrepreneur and get a practical, hands-on taste of real-life business.
Enniscorthy Vocational College will be holding its second level Open Night on Tuesday 16th October from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Visitors will have a choice of joining a tour on the night or to examine all aspects of the school at their own leisure. The Principal’s address will take place at 7:00pm.
Stephen Graham, an internationally recognised literacy expert is visiting Enniscorthy this week spending time in Enniscorthy Vocational College as well as the two local primary schools, St. Aidan’s PS and St. Senan PS.
The first trip of the year for the Enniscorthy Vocational College Transition Year class took place to Sheilbaggan Outdoor Education Centre on Friday 31st August. Fears of heights and water were the topic of conversation on the bus journey to the centre. Reminders of challenging yourself and getting out of your comfort zone from Ms. Parker (Class Tutor) and Mr. Maher, TY Co-Ordinator eased their nerves. The students participated in coast steering, rock climbing, archery, caving and rope challenges. Many fears were conquered, fun was had by all and the weather held up. . In addition to the many activities on offer, it was a great team bonding day.
1st Years - Tues. 28th August
3rd, 6th & Transition Years - Wed. 29th August
2nd & 5th Years - Thurs. 30th August
The management and staff at EVC made a presentation to Olwen Sheil on Friday 1st June in recognition of the many years of loyal service she gave to both the students and the school.