TCS - What's happening
The Green School’s Committee are happy to announce that they have received their second Green Flag, the Energy flag for the school.
The Committee have been working hard all year to try to achieve this flag and their hard work has finally paid off. The Energy flag means that our school is now recognised as an energy saving school. This already adds to our existing flag that shows that we are a litter free school.
This is a great achievement for our school.
The Committee would like to thank all the students of TCS for co-operating with them and trying their best to save energy. They would also like to thank the teachers for encouraging people to help to save energy.
For the attention of TY students and their parents/guardians.
Choosing your subjects for LC is an important task and deserves full and careful consideration. To find out about the subjects that are offered in TCS click on this link.
South Dublin Cup Final 12 April 2013
The final of the South Dublin Cup took place in St. Mary’s College RFC on Friday 12th April. This was to be the final chapter in a long season for the senior rugby team. Early in the season the team struggled with low attendances at training, but as the wins began to accumulate the numbers and attitude at training significantly changed.
Junk Kouture is a competition where students create a dress from recycled materials.
Transition Year Students from this school entered the competition for the first time this year and have made it through to the Eastern Regional Final.
The students involved were Ornella Mazono, Angelika Palka and Tori Wong.
Congratulations to the girls for their achievement so far and best of luck in the Regional Finals which will take place in the Helix Theatre on Monday March 11th at 7.00 pm.
On Thursday the 31st of January 2013 the AIB School bank opened its doors. The staff of this year’s bank includes Lisa Germaine (Manager), Jessica O Grady (Assistant Manager), Amy Leigh O’ Neill (Teller) Tracey Lyons (Teller) Angelika Palka, (Auditor) and Louise Dunne (Sales and Marketing). 55 new accounts were opened on the day and each new account holder was entered into a draw for an amazing chocolate hamper worth €30.00, the hamper was sourced in the Chocolate Factory here in Tallaght. The theme of this year’s bank is The Wonka Bank and the girls have been very busy preparing their business plan and presentation for the first round of AIB bank challenge competition which will be held on the 7th of March 2013. The school bank will be opened at lunch time on Thursdays in the school Hall. All those interested in opening an account, reactivating their old account or signing up for online banking can do so then.
Still a lot to play for
Commiserations to the Boys U17 soccer panel on their recent defeat in the Boys U17 West Dublin League Semi-final. The boys put in a huge effort all season and can be proud of their performances which were good enough to win their League Group.
Well done to the 1st Year Boys U13 soccer panel on qualifying for the last 16 of the Leinster Cup and the Semi-final of the West Dublin League.
Well done also to the Boys U15 Soccer panel who have qualified for the quarter-final of the Leinster Cup and to the Boys Senior team on reaching the West Dublin League Final.
Considering TCS is the fourth smallest school of 36 competing in Division One, this is a huge achievement by the players in these teams.
Well done on the hard work and best of luck to all our boys in the up-coming games.