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Rachel Hedderman with Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge, recipients of TY Corn na hIdirbhliana cups.

Rachel Hedderman with Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge, recipients of TY Corn na hIdirbhliana cups.

Rachel Hedderman with Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge, recipients of TY Corn na hIdirbhliana cups.

Rachel Hedderman with Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge, recipients of TY Corn na hIdirbhliana cups.

Sophia Fox with Myron Davidson and Jessica Murphy, Junior Students of the Year.

Sophia Fox with Myron Davidson and Jessica Murphy, Junior Students of the Year.

Grace Cosgrave and Annie Sheppard with the TY Future Leader Award.

Grace Cosgrave and Annie Sheppard with the TY Future Leader Award.

Isabelle Ní Chonaill and Juliette Ní Chonaill, 5th and 6th Year Students of the Year.

Isabelle Ní Chonaill and Juliette Ní Chonaill, 5th and 6th Year Students of the Year.

Aidan Bolger, Olivia Hickey Art Award winner.

Aidan Bolger, Olivia Hickey Art Award winner.

Emma Tomkins, Senior Sportsperson of the Year.

Emma Tomkins, Senior Sportsperson of the Year.

Darragh Rawson and Eve Macken, Spirit of TY.

Darragh Rawson and Eve Macken, Spirit of TY.

Barry Kealy and Anna Tomkins, Joint Junior Sportsperson of the Year.

Barry Kealy and Anna Tomkins, Joint Junior Sportsperson of the Year.

Niamh Edwards, TY Student of the Year.

Niamh Edwards, TY Student of the Year.

Rachel Hedderman with Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge, recipients of TY Corn na hIdirbhliana cups.

Rachel Hedderman with Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge, recipients of TY Corn na hIdirbhliana cups.

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Rachel Hedderman with Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge, recipients of TY Corn na hIdirbhliana cups.

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Months of hard work paid off for students at Colaiste Bhride, Carnew when they received recognition for their achievements at their 2022 school awards ceremony.

Students, staff and guests gathered together to celebrate the success of students of all ages in the school. Year Heads were on hand to present individual Student of the Year awards to the highest achieving students in each year.

Winners:

First year winner: Myron Davidson

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Certificates of Academic Excellence were received by Ruby Gregan, Molly Gregan, Ella Redmond, Kate Doran, Aoife Fleming, Conor Faulkner, Oisín Fanning and Daniel Duff.

Second year winner: Sophia Fox

Certificates of Academic Excellence were received by Aaron Mooney, Hannah O Neill, Cormac Murphy, Holly Brennan, Olivia Shannon and Áine Moran.

Third year winner: Jessica Murphy

Certificates of Academic Excellence were received by Rosealice Byrne, Nathan Finucane, Billy Hurney, Sarvani Kasibhatla, Fionán D’arcy, Aisling Fleming, Craig Evans and Chloe Roberts.

Fifth year winner: Juliette Ní Chonaill

Certificates of Academic Excellence were received by Livia McDonagh, Abby Keating, Robyn Hamilton, Annaleigh O’ Neill, Jodi Doherty, Saidhbh Byrne, Shauna O Shea and Richard Greene.

Sixth year winner: Isabella Ní Chonaill

Certificates of Academic Excellence were received by Caoimhe Byrne, Padraic Donoghue, Aoibhe Lancaster, James Doyle, Grace Stedmond and Abbie Byrne.

Sports awards were presented to students in recognition of the outstanding contribution made throughout the year. The title of Senior Sportsperson of the Year was given to Emma Tomkins for her outstanding contribution to both football and camogie throughout her six years. Emma was also the captain of the Senior All Ireland winning Camogie team. Barry Kealy and Anna Tomkins were jointly presented with the award for Junior Sportsperson of the Year.

The school also honoured the students for their artistic endeavours. Aidan Bolger was presented with the Olivia Hickey Art Award as recognition for his astounding artistic ability. He received a Special Merit Award in the Texaco Art Competition with his stunning close-up portrait of David Attenborough. Meanwhile, Isabella Ní Chonaill was presented with the Bishop’s Medal for her award-winning essay.

Later in the evening the Transition Year class had their graduation and prizegiving ceremony. The Corn na hIdirbhliana cups for academic excellence were awarded to Rachel Hedderman, Eimear Murphy, Elise Davidson and Yasmin Dagge. Niamh Edwards was the recipient of the Student of the Year Award. Darragh Rawson and Annie Sheppard were presented with The Spirit of TY Award. Grace Cosgrave and Eve Macken received the Eleanor Lee Future Leader Award.

Both events were very enjoyable and everyone appreciated being able to come together as a school community once again.


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