Student Council

Role

The student council is a representative structure for students through which they can become involved in school affairs and become leaders in the school community. It works alongside management, staff and parents to benefit the whole school community.

The student council:

  • Is a vehicle for student participation
  • Creates a positive school environment
  • Develops leadership and communication skills amongst the student cohort

The student council enables students to:

  • Listen to what students have to say
  • Represent the student voice and their opinions
  • Raise issues of concern to students
  • Informs the school about issues being discussed alongside action being taken and events that are planned
  • Organise fundraisers
  • Suggest ideas to improve the school environment
  • Improve relationship between students and teachers

Student Council 2021 – 22 

Student Council

1st Year

Aran – Masha Alifanova

Blasket  – Ben Farrell

Clare  – Cian Fowley

Iona  – TJ Tyrrell

Rathlin  – Enzo Pires Rossoni

Lambay  – Umayma Saad Mohammad

Tory  – Jake Ellis

2nd Year

Cork  – Jasmine Hughes

Dublin  – Abdullah Disu

Kerry  – Roisin Murray

Meath – Ben Smyth

Louth – Killian Graham

Wicklow –  Gabriel Okpara

Wexford  – Kingsley Obiagwu

3rd Year

Allen  – Abbey McCurdy

Derg  – Sean Atano

Rea  – Molly O’Neill

Neagh  – Zhou Sun

Finn  – Amy Church

Conn – Luis Hodgen

TY

Clonard – Patrick Foley Gannon

5th Year

Ash  – Logan Casey

Beech – Matthew Carey

Copper – Queen Yembet

6th Year

Shannon – Brandon Devoy

Boyne –  Darragh O’Brien

Barrow – Darine Abuniemh

Avoca –  Ciaran Murray

Deputy Head Boy and Girl

Kym Reid & Sean Brady

2016/17 Student Council Election