St Benildus College hosted the Third Annual Rás Benildus 5k Run/Walk @ 19:30 on Friday the 17th of May 2019. A huge crowd of people, from near and far, enjoyed the genuine atmosphere of fun and friendship that prevailed on this beautiful May evening. The Rás is a wonderful community initiative which brings people together […]
Updated version of St. Benildus House Examination Policy: SB_HouseExamPolicy_Dec2015
Class 2.8 History: 1916 Class Trip on Monday 25/04/2016 Budding second year History enthusiasts enjoyed a recent, ‘1916 Rebellion Walking Tour’ through the streets of our native city and the birthplace of our nation. History came alive as the class negotiated through the sights and sounds of significant historical locations as our tour guide enthralled […]
** UPDATE ** The draw for the three unique 1916 Commemorative Jerseys to mark the 100th Anniversary of the Easter Rising 1916 – 2016 took place on Thursday 07/04/16. Congratulations to third year, Mark Fox who won the Dublin 1916 Commemorative jersey that features a reproduction of the 1916 Proclamation, the ancient Dublin 3 Castles […]
Two teams from St. Benildus College represented the school on Thursday night the 10/03/16 at the bond trader challenge which was hosted by Bank of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium. The game taught a number of concepts; the laws of supply and demand the relationship between interest rates and inflation the importance of economic indicators […]
Students from St. Benildus attended a special event at Croke Park on Monday, 7th March 2016. Here is a link to an article from the GAA website.
The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2016 took place at the RDS on 7th – 9th January. Daniel Fox represented the school with his project entitled “Get a Grip with LEGO”. Daniel’s project was entered in the Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences category as an individual in the junior age group. Out of 2048 […]
The day of days had finally come. The day which had taken months to prepare for. O’ Connor Park in Tullamore was to host our date with destiny – it was the Leinster Post-Primary A Championship Final …