Congratulations to Jack Hassett On Wednesday 15th May 5th Year student Jack Hassett lined out with the Tipperary Gold team who took on Kilkenny Amber in the Celtic Challenge which was held in Cashel King Cormac’s Hurling pitch. Tipperary Gold were the winners on the night. Well done Jack on representing your county.
Great talent on show at Annual Music Recital Our 6th Annual Recital took place on Thursday 9th May 2019. Our students danced, sang and performed solo and group performances. We had Irish music, jazz, classical, Spanish, pop, musical showstoppers, All Ireland winning dancers, international students performing and a junior choral group. A fantastic night was […]
Scoil Ruáin Transition Years are “Class Acts” in raising €2,045, the highest amount raised by an Irish school, for Focus Ireland’s Class Act Homelessness Initiative On the 1st of March this year, Scoil Ruáin’s Transition Year participated a sleep out in aid of Focus Ireland, a charity dedicated to supporting the homeless in Ireland. They […]
Transition Year students of Scoil Ruain Killenaule presented their substantial cheque of €2,045.00 to Cathryn O Leary of Focus Ireland on Wednesday May 9th. The students with Ms Cummins, organised and completed a sleepout in Clonmel on March 1st, as part of a Wellbeing Awareness Initiative and Class Acts fundraiser in aid of the homeless. […]
Conngratulations to our 5th Year studnets who were presented with certificates from our school’s partner company Godolphin after they participated in a school-business partnership during the school year. We would like to thank the management and staff of Godolphin for all the support they give our students throughout the school year.
Congratulations to the Tipperary Minor team who overcame Waterford yesterday in Seán Treacy Park in a slick and classy performance. Captain Kyle Shelly hit 2-8. Tipperary play Clare next week.