Woodbrook College

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Woodbrook College App
We are delighted to announce that our App is now available to download from the App Store and Google Play. We hope that you find it a useful, modern and convenient means of keeping up to date with all that is happening here in the school. We anticipate that the App will soon become one of the primary means of communication between the school and its stakeholders and we look forward to engaging with you over the next few months and years as we develop this project further.
London Tour
2017
London Tour
2017
TY have enjoyed a brilliant trip to London earlier this week and although there are a ton of photos we are limited in how many we can display online so any student who would like a full copy only needs to bring in a memory stick on Monday. I have included a photo of a true Irish footballing legend, Sean St. Ledger, who stopped by to say hello to our travelling brigade. The group got to train with Watford FC, were invited to a full Premier League game, saw the sights of London and experienced the thrills of Thorpe Park's roller-coasters. Hopefully many happy memories were created. Especially for Alex Griffen and Dean Kearney who had the pleasure of Swansea FC fans writing an entire chant with chorus in their honour
Hatchet
A TY Production
Hatchet
A TY Production
2017
This years TY Drama Production was the play Hatchet by Heno Magee. Auditions took place before Christmas and a total cast of 16 students took part in the play with another 13 students involved in set design and backstage. Students performed a thrilling matinee which was enjoyed by all the students and also one nightime performance by parents and family members. The production was directed by Ms Syron and Mr O'Brien.

Basketball

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By Kasper Gutkowski

 

This year was a special year for the senior basketball team, as it was Mr Fitzpatrick’s last year coaching. We started off the season with some new players, fortunately we got used to playing together quickly. We had a good start to the season winning against schools like Stratford College and Ballinteer Community School. Our will to win led us to our fourth consecutive appearance in the Dublin League finals. Unfortunately we were beaten and had to be satisfied with second place. The team would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Fitzpatrick for his time, support and guidance over the last few years.