Arts Programme

Our arts programme has been designed to instil confidence and creativity within our student body. We believe in the development of the whole student and the power that the performing arts has in this regard. Running in tandem with the school's curricular music programme, which is very popular with senior and junior cycle students, the school's arts calendar encourages student participation throughout the academic year. The schools extensive renovation and extension works facilitates much of this. Our new Sports Arena boasts a state of the art stage and sound system, accommodating concerts, musicals and individual performances. 

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Ms Lorna Wilson is a maths and science teacher and holds an Assisstant Principal 2 role (acting) with the responsibility for Arts Coordination. Ms Wilson is currently developing an Arts Programme for the school and the '22/'23 academic year will see the school introduce a brand new academic programme, including events running from September to June in a curricular and extracurricular capacity.

You can access a copy of the school's Arts Policy by clicking on the image to the left or by accessing the full list of the school's policies on our policies page.


Coming in September 2022

From the '22/23 academic year onwards, our Transition Year students will run all facets of the school musical from production to performance. We also look forward to our annual Christmas carol service, our end of term concerts and Spring concerts. More details to come in September 2022022