Advice for Parents

Advice for parents, caregivers and teachers supporting children and young people after major trauma which families in the immediate aftermath of the events have found beneficial

Sponsored Jerseys

Caption for sponsorship Liam Kelly, K Scroll Ltd, presents St. Colm’s Junior Camogie team, Coach Mrs F Devlin and Principal Mrs R Mc Kenna with a new set of jerseys together with training gear for their All Ireland final.

All Ireland Final Report

Scoil Pól Kilfinane (Limerick) 3-6 St Colm’s Draperstown (Derry) 1-3 ST COLM’S Draperstown will be disappointed their journey to Mullingar did not have the desired outcome in this All Ireland Junior Colleges camogie final. However they can proudly hold their heads high knowing they battled to the bitter end as the score line does not reflect their work ethic and possession throughout the full hour. St Colm’s created the majority of chances in the opening half with Sara Lagan and Elise Connolly scoring points from open play and full forward Aoife Doyle netting the only goal for St. Colm’s. St. Colm’s only trailed by one point at half time, 1-3 to 1-2 as their entire defensive unit led by

Year 11 Agriculture

Congratulations to our Year 11 Agriculture students who attended Loughry College in the semi-final of the ABP Youth Challenge.

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