Finn heading to Toyko representing Ireland
Team Ireland has officially named the swimmers who will represent our country in #Tokyo2020 and we are beyond excited that our very own Finn McGeever is amongst those 9 selected.
Finn will be part of the first Olympic relay for Ireland in 49 years and the first ever men’s relay.
Years of hard work and dedication leads to a day like today and we couldn’t be more proud and we couldn’t be happier for Finn, his family, his swim coaches and teammates.
🇮🇪 Four more Irish athletes jetting off for Tokyo 2020 this morning!
Today’s it’s the turn of Jack McMillan, Finn McGeever, Ellen Walshe and Brendan Hyland 💪
Ireland’s biggest ever Olympic aquatic team will soon all be in Japan 🇯🇵 We are nearly there!
Please share good vibes 👇
Sending Love to Sr. Ethel

Light and love to Sr. Ethel and her family at this time. May she find the comfort and rest she deserves and needs with her family in Dublin. Sending her all our strength and prayers. God speed.

In our shared love and admiration for Sister Ethel and with heartfelt gratitude for all she has done for so many, it is with great sadness that we share the news that Sister Ethel was recently diagnosed with lung cancer. Not one to ever draw attention to herself, she has opted to receive palliative care near her family and as such is quietly traveling to Dublin.
It is now up to us to continue her legacy and, being the visionary she is, she has prepared us well for it. We will take our guidance from her values of gratitude, accountability, compassion and unconditional love. It is her biggest concern that the care for those who are most vulnerable will continue and we are fully committed to ensuring that Sister Ethel’s good work will continue to live on for many years to come.
YSI Certificates of recognition

TY YSI Mr. O Brien’s class received their certifications of recognition and YSI we advocate pins today for their project on improving the school environment. Congratulations and well done to this TY group for giving back to their school community.

New school crest for St. Anne’s Community College

Dear School Community…. WE NEED YOU 👉🏼

We are looking to develop a and it is hoped to involve all members of our school community in the design of this emblem.

We hope that this new crest would tell the story of our school’s history, from its Mercy and VEC beginnings, to the fabulous LCETB facility that we enjoy today.
We hope that it would encompass all our school is about, the culture, the ethos, and that it would be a symbol of the values we espouse and of course our place in the wider community of our twin towns.

We would love to see as many entrants as possible in this whole school endeavour to get as many varied and artistic ideas of what the school crest would mean to everyone in our school community. This is open to our local community, past pupils, artists, primary schools etc.

For further information on how you can take part, and the criteria involved, please contact fiona.daly@lcetb.ie

#humanneskillaloe #wearestannes #designacrest

“Make Film History”
TY1 took part in the ‘Make Film History’ archive film-making workshop this week. Students got the opportunity to speak with film directors and industry insiders, gained access to film archives. They learned how to create and edit their own films.

Entries from St. Anne’s students Ella Hughes, Julia Szoja and Holly Sheridan are being showcased on the Fresh Film Website as part of Fresh Fest. Ella received a prize of a pro-quality microphone for her entry and was highly commended by the judges. They all showed a real talent for film-making and have a bright future ahead of them!

You can view the films below
Password: Fresh25Archive
https://freshfilmfestival.com/programme/workshop-3/

Fresh Film Festival Finals today at 1pm
Best of luck to TY students Tara Lowth, Hannah Beck and Zoe Young who will be representing St. Anne’s in the finals of Fresh Film Festival at 1pm today. This is a fantastic achievement as their short film ‘In The Mirror’ was selected from hundreds of entries from across the country.
The film is also eligible for an Audience award so get voting!
You can view the film and all the other entries at the link below.
Well Mr. Tierney and students on this great achievement.
TY Students in Regional Heats of Fresh Film Festival

TY students Tara Lowth, Hannah Beck and Zoe Young have made it into the Regional Heats of the Fresh Film Festival with their short film ‘In the Mirror’. The Heats are being screened online at 10.30am today and the finalists will be announced at 8pm tonight on the festival’s Youtube channel!

Congratulations to the girls on making it this far and the best of luck today!

To access the screening just go to https://freshfilmfestival.com/programme/ scroll down and click on Heats 2 under today’s date. The programme is password protected until it is due to begin and then the password is removed. The girls film is number 22.

You will be able to vote for your favourite film in your programme.

To vote for your Audience Award winner click on the link below, add the name of the film/s that you represent and select your winner by ticking the box beside your favourite film. Only the films within each programme will be listed.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N67Q9VW

*Programme for the festival attached below

Fresh Film Heats Brochure 2021

From Analog to Virtual – Fresh International Film Festival and Ireland’s Young Filmmaker Awards are celebrating their 25 anniversary of giving young filmmakers a platform to shine. Fresh International Film Festival 2021 takes place Monday, March 22 to Sunday, March 28 and features an alumni showcase and a week of film screenings and workshops with the Junior Finals taking place on Thursday, March 25 and the Seniors Finals on Friday, March 26 via a YouTube live stream. See www.freshfilmfestival.com. Pictured here in Limerick is Jayne Foley, founder and artistic director of Fresh Film with young filmmakers. (picture taken before social distancing.) Picture: Dermot Culhane
Celebrating our National Flag

Celebrating our National Flag

 

Every morning a group of Transition Year Students raise our National Flag. Our national flag, the Irish Tricolour, symbolises the desire for peace (White) between the two traditions that have lived on our island for centuries Nationalist (Green) and Unionist (Orange). The flag was first flown on March 7th 1848 from the Wolfe Tone Confederate Club at 33 The Mall Waterford City by a Young Irelander Thomas Francis Meagher. On Easter Monday April 24th 1916 the Tricolour was flown from the top of the GPO in O’ Connell Street in Dublin. Article 7 of the Irish Constitution Bunreacht na Éireann confirms the Tricolor as the national flag of the state. Today, Ireland is a changing society and there are many people living in our country for whom their National Flag is that of the country in which they were born. In celebrating our national flag and what it symbolises we also celebrate our diversity and encourage you to celebrate your own National Flag on March 16th also.
To help you celebrate on the day there is a template of a flag attached where you can write or type in what the national Flag means to you and you might like to take a photograph holding it in front of you at your favourite location, within your 5km zone of course and post it on your social media or send us your photos for inclusion here and in school for display there.
Also, you will find here the Protocol or Rules around displaying the Irish Flag and a short video where St. Anne’s has connected with our National Flag and others in different ways in the past. I hope you enjoy it and that it will encourage you to celebrate the flag on the day. If you would like to make a charity donation or mark the day in a special way please consider a donation to Missionvale Ireland. Donations will be collected after Easter when we are all back in the school building. There will be flag pins on offer for a €2 donation at that time.
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches we wish you a Happy Lá Fhéile Padraig and please stay safe and keep well.

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Killaloe
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Phone: (061) 376 257
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Email: stanneskillaloe@lcetb.ie