Settling In…

It did not take long for our First Year Boys and Girls to find a suitable and satisfying place at St. Conleth’s.  Yes, the first few days were a bit hectic with three way subject splits and multiple room switches but all that confusion had a noble purpose: to give as much academic choice as possible to the newest Conlethians.  And there were the usual negotiations around the water fountain, canteen queue and break-time ball-games in the yard but they are all part of settling in at No. 28 Clyde Road and part of growing up.  There to give a helping hand to our ‘freshmen’ were Mr. Carvill’s small army of Fifth Year Mentors, old pros at cultivating the culture of St. Conleth’s.

Of course, our Juniors are also settling in and one place which is new to all is the Art Room.  With acres of space and copious amounts of light, it is the kind of room that just draws you in and you simply don’t want to leave.  Past Pupils Mati Remi (a great artist himself) and Muireann Dempsey dropped by for a visit and were duly impressed.  Below you see Junior School Art Teacher Ms. Mellon with some of her budding Bacons at work!