Firstly here is a run down on who we have played and the points: 
Pipers Hill 58
St Pauls Monastervin 11
Pipers Hill College 42
Kildare Town 15
Pipers Hill College 41
St Kevins Dunlavin 24
Pipers Hill College 45
Confey College 10
Pipers Hill College 21
Holy Family Newbridge 16 
Quarter finals: Pipers Hill 43
St Leos 35
The girls have had an excellent season so far, many were on the team last year and there have been a few newcomers joining  this year. Katilyn Miley a senior basketball player has joined the coaching team and has taught the girls some excellent plays and tactics that have given the girls an extra edge on the court! St Leo’s were a strong team scoring their first basket in the first few seconds of the match. Piper’s came in the lead only in the third quarter which showed the strength and determination from the girls!
Olivia Miley and Niamh Farrelly (our two point guards) have shown fantastic skills in handling the ball and with the help of their team players on offence have led the team to victory! Some of the other girls who also scored points for the team in the quarter finals are Emma Tully, Ella Doyle and Ava Dunne. 
 Ms Hills has commended the girls on how hard they work and train every week. Their consistent success is due to their team work on the court and the fantastic players who defend the basket also. 
The semi finals will take place against Rochertbridge in the next week. Best of luck to all the team and coach Ms Hills in their upcoming game.

 

The Inter Schools Music Festival was held in Wesley College on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd March and a number of very talented musicians from Piper’s Hill College took part.

Competing were the school choir, schools vocal ensemble, schools rock band KLD Squared, 3 soloists. (Anna Nevin, Grace Kisombe, Molly Melia) and one pianist (Sara Lumiento).

All involved gave fantastic performances with the vocal ensemble receiving highly commended and Anna Nevin and KLD Squared coming 2nd in their categories. The competition showcased the talent and hard work of our music students and was a great experience for all.

Well done to all involved and thanks also to our music department, Ms Roche and Ms Byrne for their hard work and encouragement.

For Parents, Guardians & Grandparents of Students attending Pipers Hill College

 

 

On Wednesday March 13th, 2019

9.30am – 12.30pm

Parents Room, Pipers Hill College

 

Contact Niamh Doyle – HSCL Coordinator 045-897885 or hscl@phcol.ie to reserve your place

Pipers Hill Book Club for Parents, Guardians and Grandparents 
Book Club will begin on Tuesday March 6th and run on the first Tuesday of each month in the Parents Room from 10am to 11am.
Books (and tea/coffee) will be provided. 
Please contact Niamh Doyle (HSCL teacher) on 045-897885 or at hscl@phcol.ie to register.

Catch up on what’s happened in Piper’s Hill this term in the Piper’s Hill newsletter

On the 23-25th of  November, Limerick hosted the Leinster Water Polo U19 Cup. 3rd year student Adam Child,  as a member of the St Vincent’s Water Polo Club, participated in the games. After winning the group match and the quarter final on Saturday, they went on to win their semi final on penalties. The team became champions after a very  close final that was again decided on penalties. Well done to Adam and his team from all at Piper’s Hill!
 
 
 
Congratulations also to 4th Year student Emma Carroll who has been selected on the Irish Womens U17 Basketball Panel. She is also a member of the Piper’s Hill College team who won the Midlands Semi Final on Monday. We wish them the best of luck in the Finals on Wednesday!

For Parents,Guardians & Grandparents

Learn how to design a centre piece for your Christmas Dinner table or make a Christmas gift for your friends.

Date: Wednesday December 12th & Wednesday December 19th

Time: 10 am – 12 noon

Venue: Parents Room, Pipers Hill College

Contact Niamh Doyle – HSCL teacher on 045-897885 or hscl@phcol.ie


 

Awnings.ie have very generously sponsored a new kit for our Under 15 girls soccer team.  Many thanks for your support.

 

On Friday afternoon (16th Nov)  Piper’s Hill Transition Year students Sadie Byrne and Ailish Corrigan took part in the Soroptimist Public Speaking Competition in Clane. Other schools competing were from Kilcock, Rathcoole, Clane, Maynooth and Newbridge. From the 12 competitors two girls were chosen to go through to the semi-final round, one of whom was Sadie. Ailish was then chosen as the first reserve (or second place). The next round will take place in Wexford on 3rd February. Congratulations to both girls on their success.

 

Pictured above are Sadie Byrne, Sarah Murnane, and Ailish Corrigan, Pipers Hill College, Naas, winners of the Regional Heat of the North Kildare Branch, Soroptimist International Girls’ Public Speaking Competition 2018, in Clane Parish Centre, Friday November 16.


 

Preparation is now well underway for our Piper’s Hill College musical Beauty and the Beast. This timeless classic tells the story of a girl named Belle, who finds herself trapped in an enchanted castle with a ferocious beast and an assortment of weird and wonderful characters.

With only two weeks left until show time, excitement is building amongst students and staff. Between set-building, choreography, rehearsals and production there is a great buzz around the school and our talented cast and crew can’t wait to bring the magic alive on stage

Be our guest as Beauty and the Beast will take to the stage on Thursday and Friday, 22nd and 23rd November!

Tickets cost €10 and are available from the main office and in the foyer at break time and lunch time.