A letter was sent to all school parents on Friday 10th May which gave information about the likely delay in the provision of prefabs at this school for September 2019. It was intended to communicate with incoming First Year families by email, but that system is not yet fully operational.
To ensure that all families are properly informed, I attach that letter for your attention.
I would like to draw your attention to the statement that we envisage little disruption to the majority of the students of the school and we commit to ensuring the least of amount of disruption to those students who will be discommoded.
I am glad to say that since the writing of this letter, we can confirm that the application for planning permission for these prefabs has been lodged.
I will be in touch again over the coming days to provide further information and address concerns.
Phys-Chem students were given the task to use their knowledge to escape the classroom. They were given 8 puzzles that they needed to sovle in order to escape the Phys-Chem Lab! Congratulations to the winning team :)
Congratulations to Mutiat Adebayo for participating in this year’s scifest competition and being our first student representing NCC in Dublin City University. Her project included a research piece on whether technology and screens are having effect on young people’s eyesight. Great Project that is linked to current affairs in science in society.
Also a special mention to Cameron Oguigo and Sarah Shanfrezan for participating in the Transition Year Physics experience in Trinity College Dublin. This was a fantastic opportunity for both students who experienced a week long physics program which included lectures, labs and projects in the Physics field. Both students also collaborated on two projects with students from other schools with Cameron’s group winning the week long project based on Nuclear Fusion.
Great examples of STEM projects occurring on a frequent basis here in NCC.