THE Transition year students of Saint Conleth’s Community College, on Station Road in Newbvridge recently represented their school for the first time in the national event of Think Languages.
The TY students took part in a competition organised by Languages Connect and were among the entrants from 150 Irish secondary schools.
The event celebrates the benefits of speaking foreign languages and the diversity in the Irish secondary schools and their communities.
The Newbridge TY students prepared with a lot of enthusiasm language workshops with visiting speakers giving Arabic lessons and Romanian lessons.
Cooking workshops also took place where students were both making and tasting food from many different countries while dancing workshops from Latin to Break dancing introduced students to many different cultures.
St. Conleth’s Community College are proud to celebrate the diversity of students who come to our school and the communities that they come from.