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Economics of Staying in School

Mr Mc Hugh's second years Maths class has had a six week workshop from Junior Achievement Ireland run by Standard Life.

The name of the workshop was the 'Economics of staying in school' in which the students participated in various tasks such as job recruitment, mock interviews, budget allocation, the importance of third level education and the financial impact of education.

The workshop ran over six weeks and the course co-ordinator was Stephen Mannion.

Back row LtoR. Stephen Mannion(Standard Life) Brandon Farrell, Joshua Mc Menemy, Craig Weldon, Adam Fitzpatrick, Luke Williams, Craig Rooney, Sean Lambe, Harry Delaney, Daniel Maher, Ruben Moldovan.

Front LtoR, Ultán Lynch, Josh Kyne, Kyle Spooner, Edward Iwu 

Econmonics of Staying at Home

Science Week DCU.

Our 1st years attended a science show this week in DCU with their teachers Ms. Higgins and Ms. Kent, the science of bubbles! We definitely have some budding scientists #scienceweek #BelieveInScience

DCU Science Week

DCU Access Awards Night

Sixteen third year students received awards at the DCU Access Awards in the Helix on Tuesday 28th November, in areas of academia, sport and arts among others.

The ceremony started at 7pm and the St. Aidan's musicians opened and closed the ceremony, beginning with Eoin Berry on piano and closing with ‘Dancing In the Moonlight’ performed by Jack Nolan Jamie Burke, Michael Hogan, Matthew Martin and Peter Greene. Well done to all involved.

DCU Access Awards Night 2

A flavour of Christmas

A flavour of Christmas

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Halloween in St. Aidan's CBS

On Thursday and Friday we had wonderful afternoons of gothic poetry and
short story readying in the school library. On Friday the students we asked
to dress in costume to be eligible for lovely prizes. Our non-uniform day
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