TY Camino Report

Congratulations to all our TY students who on Friday June 1st completed their 118km trek across Galicia in northern Spain. They walked from Sarria to the Compostela in Santiago over 5 days ranging from 19 to 29 km a day!

They had an amazing time immersing themselves in Spanish culture and improving their language skills. They all demonstrated incredible determination and were wonderful ambassadors for the School. What a wonderful end to Transition Year!

More Athletics Success!

The Teresian School had more success at Santry on Monday 28th May.

Out of the 8 gold medals available in the whole day we took home 4 gold medals and 1 bronze medal

Under 14 60 metre winner – Abi Kennedy
Under 11 60 metre winner – Clara McCormack
Under 14 relay team winners
Under 11 relay team winners
U12 relay team bronze

The Teresian School certainly left their mark in Santry this year! Well done girls you should be very proud of yourselves!

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Emmanuel Concert

Emmanuel took place on May 2nd in the Helix theatre in DCU. Schools from all over Ireland attended including our 1st Years, 2nd Years and some of our committed TYs. The event is a celebration of liturgical music. The day began with a rehearsal and games in the church.  We really enjoyed taking part in the games and getting to know the other schools. This was followed by a dress rehearsal in the Helix. The show began at 7:30pm and we were glad to see support from teachers and parents. We were very lucky to have two of our own students singing solos, who represented our school.  We were also lucky to have a student present a reading. A lot of work and preparation went into preparing for the concert therefore we were glad to see everyone enjoyed it. It was a very rewarding experience, and we’re looking forward to participating again in TY.

By: Nieves Chaves and Chloe Costelloe