In the BSHS we know that learning is more than academics, so our move to digital learning has seen us find creative ways to ensure that holistic education continues. Over the past two weeks, we have seen many of our student development programmes continue online. 

The Student Council has continued to meet via Zoom. They are reviewing the year by reflecting on their own learning as well as continuing business such as planning for peer mentoring training and the Values Awards, considering student Student council representatives meet regularly with Mr McNaught. wellbeing initiatives and thinking about next year's events.

Student council representatives meet regularly with Mr McNaught. 


Our online H4 UCC University Transition Programme was filled with lots of important information for our graduating class before they leave for university. The programme included topics such as decision making during COVID, gap years, stages of transition, the culture shock roller coaster, diversity and inclusion training, different types of support on campus, managing one's finances, and university living situations. We also made sure to include some student-run activities to keep everyone connected. 

The H4 students come together for great advice before heading to university.