Junior Awards Ceremony: 23 May 2017

An awards ceremony for 1st and 2nd year students took place on 23 May. This was organised by Ms Broderick and Ms Fields. Students' achievements in several categories were acknowledged and applauded. These categories included Music, Art, Sport, Frances Taylor, Kindness, Academic Achievement, Cake-Making and Singing/Dancing. We congratulate the recipients of the awards and are proud of their success. Well done to all! Ms Fields (Year Head for 1st years) and Ms O'Connell (Year Head for 2nd years) were on hand to present the prizes. Have a look at the photos!

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1st year Awards Ceremony: 23 May 2016

A team of teachers organised the 1st year awards which were presented at a ceremony on Monday 23 May 2016. There was a celebratory atmosphere in the PE Hall as awards were made in seven categories:

1. ACADEMIC 

7 awards in all. Joint winners: Sinéad Boyle and Eabha Murphy

2. THE FRANCES TAYLOR AWARD

Nominated by the students themselves. Criterion: 'Someone who has the traits of our foundress i.e. a kind, caring selfless person.'   3 overall winners: Ellie Byrne, Sophia Hijazi and Mia Kirwan.

3. SPORTS 

Camogie: Ellen Moran; Hockey: Ciara Stack; Basketball: Robyn Malone and Sinéad Boyle; Soccer: Jadine McDonnell; GAA: Moya Lee; PE Student of the Year: Stephanie Whelan

4. ART

Excellence in Art: Amelia Ryan and Julianne Rojas; Growth in Art: Sophie Roden and Sophie Handbridge

5. ATTENDANCE

6 students had perfect attendance: Sinéad Boyle, Sophia Hijazi, Saoirse Lawlor, Crystal Liang, Eva Rogers, Erika Shlionchyk. 

6. PUNCTUALITY

100 students were never late and never received a discipline slip throughout their first year. Some achievement!

7. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 

Certificates were given out to members of the Student Council and the Emmanuel choir.

Prizes included cinema vouchers, notebooks, pens and plaques made by the Art Department. All class tutors were present at the ceremony as well as Ms O' Neill, Ms Dunwoody and most of the Awards Committee. 

 

Senior Academic Awards Ceremony: 12 December 2016

The Academic Awards presentation took place on Monday 12 December in the Lecture Theatre at 7.30pm. We celebrated the achievements of our wonderful 6th, 5th and 4th year students and some past pupils in the presence of their proud parents and year heads! Ms Brigid McManus, Chairperson of the Board of Management, delivered the main address.

Pramerica Awards: 5 December 2016

The two students nominated and put forward by Manor House school for The Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards are Sarah Challoner (Junior) and Jessica Clohisey (Senior). The other nominees were presented with Manor House certificates at a whole-school assembly on 5 December 2016. Three past-pupils spoke at this ceremony: Dr Sara ClohiseyDr Joyce Rubotham and Eileen Dunne (RTE)

High Achievers in Science and Maths Junior Cert 2016

Congratulations to Emma Byrne, Rahil Kassouri, Siofra Kelly and April Sheeran (TY) who have been identified as high achievers based on their results in Science and Maths in the Junior Cert exam 2016.

Congratulations to a Leaving Cert 2015 Student!

Congratulations to Grace Doolan LC Class 2015 who has been awarded an Academic Scholarship to DCU based on her Leaving Certificate results.

High Achievers in Business Junior Cert 2015

DCU  is inviting Sarah Snee, Ruth Colbert, Amy Sheeran and Rosanna O'Brien to an awards cermony in January 2016. This is to recognise their high achievement in the Junior Cert Business Studies exam. Their parents and teachers, Ms D McGarry and Ms E Farrell are proud of their success.

High Achievers in Science Junior Cert 2015

Sarah Tierney and Ruth Colbert were identified by the State Examination Commission as high achievers in Science and Maths in the 2015 Junior Cert exams. They will participate in the Irish EU Science Olympiad (IrEUSO), taking place in DCU. Six students will then be selected to represent Ireland in Tartu, Estonia in May 2016