On the 11th February our TY class Glenveagh held an Internet Safety Awareness day for 1st and 2nd year students. Students took a lead roles in: a presentation on Internet Safety and Cyberbullying, Password Security, Screen Time, Legal Repercussions and Catfishing. Glenveagh also organised a poster competition and allowed the 1st and 2nd students to vote for who thought deserved a winning place.

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We were delighted to host the Young Americans alongside the Royal School Cavan last week. This was an intensive 3-day workshop with over 150 TY students involved. The workshop culminated in two performances on Saturday 1st February, a matinee and evening performance. This performance included songs from popular musicals, choreographed dancing with all 150 students involved throughout. This project was funded by CASE IV.

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Aisling Carolan, Ballyjamesduff pictured at the recent Entrance Scholarship Ceremony with Prof Aidan Mulkeen, Vice President- Academic, Maynooth University. Aisling is a former student of Loreto College, Cavan and is currently studying Accounting and Finance at Maynooth University.

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Please see below some images of our joint TY Sports Day with the Royal School Cavan. This sports day was funded through CASE IV. During this day students from both schools enjoyed trying our some minority sports including: Wheelchair Basketball, Cricket, Baseball, Cricket, Fencing and Ultimate Frisbee.

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Last week, five Transition Year students from Loreto College Cavan travelled to The Netherlands on the Erasmus+ programme with Ms. L. Fitzpatrick. The students were Willow May Hourihane, Clodagh Kennedy, Emer O'Flynn, Kaioni Tuipulotu and Maeve Young.

In preparation for the Erasmus trip, the Music Teacher from the host school in Holland sent an instrumental melody and chorus via email to a song which would become the Erasmus+ song , 'Key to the Future'. Each country participating (Ireland, Greece, Spain, Norway, Holland and Romania) had to come up with English lyrics for a verse to represent their country. The theme was 'Social Inclusion'. The six verses would be put together and performed in Holland.

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