Shauna wins student of year award in Bridgetown
Published 26/05/2015 | 00:00
BRIDGETOWN Vocational College's 2015 Awards at which Shauna Breen won the title of Student of the Year are as follows:
Students who have missed no day of school at all this year. First year: Haley Power, Liam O'Flaherty, Wen Geng Lin, Amy Cassidy, Dearbhail Cassidy, Conor Cassidy, Lauren Divilly, Sam Molyneux, Cian Cassidy, Sean Cleary; Third Year, Tyra Brennan, Cristóir Reville, Rebecca Burke; Leaving Cert 1, Chloe Bates, Daniel Houlihan; Leaving Cert 2, Michael O'Toole, Conor Doyle, Philip Murphy, Jodie Codd and Gearoid Walsh. Michael O'Toole has not missed a day of school in four years. Most improved attendance, Brendan Donoghue and Jessica Stafford. Academic Awards - based on excellent results in house exams (christmas reports) and is given to the student in each class who received the highest average score across all their exams: First year, Kira Bates Crosbie, Jakub Tarnawski, Rory Cassidy, Grainne Bates, Ciara Moore, Liam Marshall; Second Year, Imogen Fanning, Annie O'Brien, Saoirse Foley, Michaela Reville McDonagh; Third Year, Ryan Cogley, Sam Boxwell, Jake Naughton and Aaron Boggan; Leaving Cert 1 Aaron Lawlor, Clara Rochford, Luke Mc Loughlin, Emily Corish, Delphine Roche and Rebecca Sheil.
The Academic Award In Lc2 is not just based on house exams, but also on mock results, and class tests given throughout the year. There were a number students in Leaving Cert 2 Who received numerous votes from their teachers for academic excellence and for working incredibly hard throughout the year across all subjects. The Winners are: Martin Lynch, Michael O'Toole, Amy Scallan, Stephanie Murphy, Jack Murphy, Conor Doyle, Soraya James and Sean Stewart. PLC Student of the Year is: Carol White. The All-Round Achievement Award is given to students not only for working to the very best of their ability, but who, as well as being committed to their school work, make a positive contribution overall to their class by working well with their classmates, cooperating with their teachers and behaving in a way that sets a good example to others: First Year, Joshua Mc Loughlin, Amy Cassidy, Megan Fitzhenry White, Conor Cassidy and Sean Cleary; Second Year, Liam Walsh, Abbie Troy, Claire McGee and Juliana Costa; Third Year, Tara Power, Joshua Burke, Rebecca Burke, Darragh Byrne, Alanna Fitzharris Doyle: Leaving Cert 1, Jessica Nevin, Alan Greenan, Mary Ellen Sugden, Ciaran Busher, Jamie Hogan and Sean Marshall. Sports Awards are given to students who exhibit commitment to their sport and team spirit. The winners are: Rugby (Boys), Kevin Redmond, Soccer, (Boys) Jason Ellard, Soccer (Girls), Leah Cheung; Handball, Sean Stewart, Niamh Millar and Conor Scallan, One Wall Handball, Barry Stone Walsh, Gaelic Football, Robert Cloney, Ladies Football, Aoife Goldsmith, Hurling, Kyle Kennedy, Basketball (Girls),Rebecca Burke, Basketball (Boys), Roy Nunn, Athletics (Girls), Katie Daly, Athletics (Boys), Samuel Delaney, Tug Of War, Darragh Byrne.
Junior Handball And Winner Of The Richard Martin Snr Cup, Sean Stewart. Well done to all students who participated in the Inter Vocational Schools Athletics. They won 35 medals and retained the Vincent Dwyer Junior Cup. Congratulations to the Senior Girls Basketball team who won the South East Regional Plate final. Congratulations to Samuel Delaney, Jack Doyle and David Halligan who all made it to the Leinster Schools championships. Jack and David came 4th in shot and the high jump and Sam won a bronze medal in long jump and now qualifies for the All Irelands.
Arts Awards are given to students who work hard to make the most of the talent they have in the areas of art, drama, creative writing and music. The winners are: Senior Award - The Helen Rath Music Award, Jessica Buttimer, Junior Music, Tara Power, Senior Art, Conor Doyle, Junior Art, Tara Power and Junior Drama, Ben Nagle.w
Subject Awards: Two Junior students were awarded Irish Scholarships to the Gaeltacht by Wexford Waterford ETB. They are: Caoimhe Van Der Blake and Megan Fitzhenry White. Jim Hurley Cup for Excellence In Science Subjects At Leaving Cert 1: Aaron Lawlor. The Annual Award For Excellence In Practical Subjects In Leaving Cert 2: Michael O'Toole. Best Agricultural Science Project Award: Laura Sinnott. Leaving Cert 2 Subject Awards: Chemistry, Michael O'Toole, Biology And Business Studies, Stephanie Murphy, Agricultural Science, Alice Jordan, Physics, Dylan Cleary, Engineering, Gemma Cousins Hammond, Design and Communication Graphics, Laura Sinnott, Construction, Luke Jordan, Home Economics, Amy Cleary, Maths and History, Soraya James, Irish, Eoghan Carthy, English, Shauna Breen, French, Jodie Codd, Geography, Martin Lynch, LCA Applied Hotel Catering and Tourism, Shane Brady, Leaving Cert Applied Engineering, Darlene Goin.
Best Junior Cert Results 2014: Aaron Lawlor; Best Leaving Cert Results 2014: Adam Wickham.
School Spirit Award: Cian Cassidy, Rory Cassidy, Ciaran O'Gorman, Sháuna Breen, Roy Runn, Saoirse Newport Colfer, Michael Roche, Adam Wickham, Michaela Naughton, Katie Hunt, Emma Cousins; Most Effective Meitheal Leader, Laura Power; Most Effective Member Of Student Council, Erik Molyneux.
Student Of The Year 2015: Every year, staff vote for our Student of the Year and take into account many factors that, in our eyes, make a student shine and really show their strength of character.
Nominees: Stephanie Murphy, Shauna Breen and Saoirse Newport Colfer and the Student of the Year is Shauna Breen.