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Matheson Junior Debating National Mace
Congratulations to junior students  Jessica Welsh, Gearoid Campbell and Ibrahim Alaga on winning Leinster medals in the  Matheson Junior Debating National Mace, a debating competition for students in the junior cycle of secondary schools in Ireland.

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Matheson Junior Debating National Mace
Congratulations to junior students  Jessica Welsh, Gearoid Campbell and Ibrahim Alaga on winning Leinster medals in the  Matheson Junior Debating National Mace, a debating competition for students in the junior cycle of secondary schools in Ireland. Preliminary rounds take place in schools around the country from September to February, with the National Mace Final taking place in April each year. Jessica has qualified for the national final which will be held in Belvedere College Dublin this Saturday.
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Ski Trip 2017
A group of 38 students and 4 teachers departed from St. Oliver's Community College  to hit the slopes on the schools annual ski trip to New Hampshire in the USA. Flying from Dublin to Boston the group set off for 5 days skiing over midterm break to the powdery slopes of Cannon Mountain. Every student conquered the skill of skiing and all involved had a wonderful time.
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PE Expo
St Oliver's TY sports studies students took part in the annual PE Expo last week. The standard of work was fantastic with student engagement into sport research at a great height. Our students researched, prepared, organised & presented their projects to an excellent degree. Miss Kelly was very proud of them.
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