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St Aloysius' College Carrigtwohill
Secondary School, Girls, College, Student, Pupil, Education, Catholic
Secondary School, Girls, College, Student, Pupil, Education, Catholic
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St Aloysius' College invites you to
"Positive Parenting: Growing Resilient and Happy Children"
Evidence based advice and support from by Dr Jolanta Burke
Talk and Q&A session at the School Hall
Tuesday October 11th at 7.30pm. Tickets : €5 available in the school
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Our latest newsletter for 2016
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Newsletter Summer 2016
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On Friday 13th May, the students of St Aloysius will be partaking in a whole school activity to raise funds for a much needed Astro Turf!

The run/walk will begin at the School at 10.30am and will cover a distance of 8km with the route taking in the Bog Road, Terryslands and Ballyseedy before finishing at the school. Raffle tickets are selling fast and there are some great prizes to be won.

Parental assistance is needed to help steward along the route. All are welcome

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Storyteller Patrick Ryan with first year students
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St Aloysius College students with renowned author Michael Morpurgo
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The 2015 Student Council 
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2015 Student Council
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New jerseys sponsored by GE healthcare and the Parents Association
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Cloyne Diocesan Youth Awards 21-10-15
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Congratulations to the students involved in athletics last year who won 15 medals in the Junior and Senior categories. A warm welcome to our new members and best of luck for the coming year. A big thank you to the Uniform Shop for sponsoring a new singlet for our athletic teams.
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Jump for Joy Crumlin was a very successful day, well done to the first year participants and 4th year helpers.

Well done to the four cadette and senior basketball teams on a very successful season so far. The U16A team won the  County Championship beating Presentation Bandon. The U19A and the U19B teams both made County Finals and received silver medals for their fantastic efforts. Having three teams reach County Finals in basketball was a fantastic achievement by the girls.

The U16A and U19A teams have also reached All Ireland Cup Semi Finals beating teams from Cork, Dingle and Westmeath thus far in the competition.
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