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Ursuline Sligo Visits the Web Summit

Web Summit 2015

This year, Ireland had the honour of hosting the prestigious ‘Web Summit 2015. In four years, the web summit has grown from 400 attendees to ever 22,000 from more than 110 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”.

On Tuesday the 3rd of November, 40 students from 1st year and Transition Year in Ursuline College Sligo had the pleasure of attending the event. They arrived at the RDS just before the start of the innovative conference.  As the crowd settled down, a countdown was initiated.

Throughout the evening, speakers touched on a variety of subjects, from curing cancer to stamping out bullying in schools. Each speaker had one thing in common: they all believed that their business idea came from a personal belief and passion.

The first speaker, Riley Ennis, a young man from America told his poignant story of how his sister fell ill with cancer. He told the audience how he combined his three obsessions of marine, Immunity and cancer to pursue all avenues to find a cure. Scott Harrison told them how he gave up all his wealth to devote his life to helping third world countries receive basic clean water. The students also heard of two primary school girls Chloe and Caitlyn, who devised a wristband connected to an app entitled ‘Bullybug’ which alerted teachers if someone was being bullied.  All through the evening’s talks, the students were encouraged to ‘Prove their Passion’. 

it was a very inspirational conference that touched and impressed all the students attending. The evening was truly informative and hopefully when the event is back in Dublin in the future, there will be an Ursuline College student on the stage inspiring others. 

Aoife Devlin 1st Year and Aoife Gallagher TY 

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Concert at CPC Kilcullen

Fr Peter McVerry accepts a cheque from Katelyn Hegarty Kelly a 4th year student in Cross & Passion College Killcullen for just over €500, part of the proceeds of the recent concert by boyband Taken. A similar amount of money raised at the event was donated to Crosscare.

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St Louis Secondary School Dundalk Summer Newsletter

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St Louis Secondary School Dundalk celebrating some of the work, successes and achievements of our students and staff since Jan. 2015

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Dominican Griffith Ave., Bringing Their Oratory to New Life

After working hard all through this academic year the students art work has finally come to its fruition. Working whenever they had free time and including after school on a Friday afternoon the school is  proud of their achievements. We hope students and teachers enjoy the tranquillity of our blossom tree. 

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Our students names are Jan Rosales, Hazel Escabarte, Kate Bruton, Rebecca Mulvey, Natalie Chizaza, Caitlin Cooney and Noreen Brizuela

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And the Principal Olive Laffoy is picture with Chaplain: Gearoid McCartney

 
RE and Chaplains Clusters 2015

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The recent round of RE and Chaplains Cluster Meetings concluded in Avila
Retreat Centre this week.  If you were unable to attend and would like the
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