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Well done to all involved in the hugely successful Evening of Music which took place in the school on Thursday evening, April 6th. Watch a selection of our talented musicians by navigating through the playlist at the top left corner of the video.
113 students and 10 teachers visited Germany from March 25th to 28th. The group visited a range of attractions from the gothic cathedral and Lindt chocolate museum in Cologne, to the Nurburgring racing circuit, and a cruise on the river Rhine amongst others. It was a hugely successful trip, and a great time was had by all.
Congratulations to our Second Year boys basketball team who recorded a victory over Marist College, Athlone recently and are now through to the All Ireland playoffs. Well done to the team and coaches.
Congratulations to Piper’s Hill College Camogie team who beat Presentation College Carlow 9-4 – 0-0 in the final of the Carlow Kildare Shield Post Primary School League. The game got off to a great start when the ball was won in midfield then quickly cleared into the half forward line for Ciara Smith who created a goal scoring chance superbly taken by Ella Kearney. Piper’s Hill went on to create more goal scoring opportunities with Ella Kearney and Ciara Smith both completing hat tricks. Goals were also scored by Laura Cahill and Jenny Cahill. Kaitlin Miley scored four points from midfield leading to a resounding first shield victory for Pipers Hill College. Well done to all team members and their coaches.
Transition students were treated to a robotics workshop in conjunction with Naas Library Services on March 7. The workshop was aimed at exposing the students to design skills and highlighting the basics of mechanical and electrical engineering as part of National Engineering Week. The students thoroughly enjoyed the hands on experience with robots, exploring this interdisciplinary branch of engineering and science, and building and battling their way to the end product.