The student council plays a very important role in college life. It is the voice of the students. The council is involved in collaborative approaches to policy making and major changes to college life. We are proud of the capability and maturity of our students in making their voice count.
2016 / 2017 News
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2015 / 2016 News
The Student Council has been off to a tremendous start since we came back in August 2015. We had our first year elections and welcome the new members to our Council. We look forward to all they have to bring to the table in 2015-2016….. Read More
Mad Hair Day for student Council Just before October mid- term the student council organised another successful mad hair-day in aid of raising funds for the school defibrillator. Many thanks to all who supported the fun day, students and teachers. 417 euro was raised on the day. Enjoy some photos taken on the day.
Christmas Hamper appeal 2014
Jan 2015 Student Council Christmas Hamper Appeal. Click here to view photos and information:
Student Council 2015 Newsletter
The student council newsletter. View the PDF here
Members of the student council presenting basketball jerseys to members of the basketball team The student council donated 100 euros of their funds to the newly formed basket ball team. They wish them every success in their matches.See pictures here:
Student Council Training
Student council members helping load donated food for the S.V. P Christmas hamper appeal 2013
Members of the Student council 2013/ 2014
Seandel Borromeo – Chairperson
Mark Angelo – Secretary
James Keoghan – Treasurer
Adam Kearney – Pro team
Shane Macken – Pro team
Gavin Conlon – Pro team
Harish Narayan – Pro team
Matthew Mc Connell
Student Council 2013/2014
The student council has had a busy year in St. Kevin’s College. After the elections in 2011, each member proudly wears their newly acquired badges. They meet regularly on Tuesday mornings, discuss issues raised by students and plan their agenda.
They were involved in helping to plan and run what has become St. Kevin’s College annual Grandparents day. This was a great success and all members of the student council were involved. Ms, Mc Entee from the Religion Department and also a co-ordinator of the student council, helped the members make St. Brigid’s crosses which were then given to delighted grandparents to mark the occasion.
SHAVE OR DYE
They are currently involved in registering the college for the Shave or Dye fundraiser for the Irish Cancer Society. Many students have signed up for this and are eagerly awaiting their individual registration card and t-shirt.
Also, the student council are responsible for informing and encouraging other students about the benefits of signing up for the student discount card, available to all students at a cost of 13euros for two years. The council have been inundated with requests for the card.
SEACHTAIN NA GAEILGE
In tandem with Seachtain Na Gaeilge, the student council are involved in fundraising for the “Irish Cultural Day where students are encouraged to wear the Irish colours. This fundraising day will be held on Friday 30th March, just before the Easter break. Members of the student council will be at the doors collecting the 2euro from students.
Well done lads and the school year is not over yet!
Newsletter Jan to May 2013– View here:
Student Council 2011/2012
Members of the student council are as follows;
Sean Clancy, Conor Redmond, Robert Smith, Aaron Farrell, Robert Cosgrove, Josh Murphy, Daniel Cray, Sean Nolan, Jared McQuaid, Daniel Cusack, Ciaran Staunton, Adam Smith, Eoghan O’ Dwyer, Laurence Brophy, Aaron Trimble, Roshan Varkey, Daniel Prizeman, Paddy Scanlan, James Nolan
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERSTHE CHAIRPERSON; Aaron Trimble
THE DEPUTY CHAIRPERSON; Roshan Varkey
THE SECRETARY; Laurence Brophy
THE TREASURER: Sean Nolan
PUBLIC RELATIONS TEAM; Daniel Prizeman, James Nolan, Jared Mc Quaid, Aaron Farrell
About St Kevin’s College Student Council
The Student Council in St Kevin’s College, is made up of one representative elected from each class group form 1st year to 6th year. The Student Council was set up to help improve the life of all partners within the school community and to offer the students a real voice within the school community.Our mission is to:
” to establish a more perfect community, founded on trust, cooperation and respect, which works to promote the common good and strives towards a harmonious and progressive partnership, guided by wisdom, truth and compassion, so that the dignity and well-being of the individual is assured, whilst the order and spirit of the whole is preserved, in order that mental, physical and spiritual development is encouraged; fullest potential is sought after and achieved; love and support is offered by all to all; the fundamental values of faith are cherished; flaws are acknowledged and improved upon; and honest citizenship of society is forged”
The work of the Student Council
The Student Council is a representative structure for all the students in the school. It provides students with the opportunity to become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management, staff and parents. It should always work for the benefit of the school and its students.
The Student Council has responsibility for:
• Working with the staff, Board of Management and Parents’ Association in the school;
• Communicating and consulting with all of the students in the school;
• Involving as many students as possible in the activities of the Council;
• Planning and managing the Council’s programme of activities for the year;
• Managing and accounting to the student council and Board of Management, for any funds raised by the Council.
Members of the Students Council 2011
1st Year Adam Harvey Cray Sean Nolan >2nd Year
Craig MainsRoss Delaney
Back Row: Patrick Scanlan, Aaron Callanan, James Nolan, Daniel Prizeman, Patrick Seery
Middle Row: Daniel Cusack, Adam Harvey, Luke Kavanagh, Roshan Varkey
Front Row: Sean Nolan, Daniel Cray, Ryan Coleman