Third year Subject and Ethos Award Winners. Congratulations to all and best of luck in Senior Cycle
First year Subject and Ethos Award Winners. Congratulations to all and best of luck in 2nd Year
TY 2020 Student of the Year Hannah O Sullivan and TY Leadership award winner Sinead Reidy who received their awards today
2020 Transition Year students who received their ethos awards today having missed last years ceremony
Congratulations to the following students on their success in the annual Transition Year Awards.
TY Ethos awards
Ellie May Sweeney
TY Leadership Award
TY Student of the Year
All our students are hardworking and dedicated, and I want to acknowledge their commitment to their studies and to sport. We cannot however offer awards to everybody. The people getting awards today have shown something special that we want to acknowledge. Normally all the students would be gathered in front of me in the gym as the announcement of the award winners is called out. This year however is different and we are announcing the winners online. The presentation of the award prizes will be made at a later date.
I want thank all the staff who have worked so hard with all their students and brought them to a point where they can move from Junior Cycle to Senior Cycle or leave second level education and venture to the world of work or to college. A special thanks to all the staff who have taken teams or helped out in any way with improving the quality education that is delivered in Hazelwood College.
(1) Athletics: Callum Keating, Munster Indoor Intermediate Boys Shot Put Champion 2020
(2) Basketball: Hannah Cremin MVP in Cadet Basketball Final win
(3) Camogie: Sarah Sheehan
(4) Senior Football: James Molyneaux
(5) Hurling: David Boyce Munster Colleges Hurling winner
(7) Ladies Football: Rachel Power
(8) Soccer Brian Ahern: Irish schools soccer team (Winner 2019)
(9) Handball: Doubles team of Ciara McCarthy/Aisling Shanahan
Overall Sports Star of the year
|Coyle Faulkner||Coyle was extremely helpful to me this year. One example is that every Tuesday morning he would ensure that the SPHE Books were collected and ready for the rest of the class. He is always on hand to offer help in any way he can|
Ellie May Sweeney
|Attending and assisting with the TY mentoring programme for 1st years and offering time and support to those new in the school|
|Edward O’Connor||Showing empathy and kindness to students who find school difficult|
|Connie O’Connor||Showing empathy and kindness to students who find school difficult|
|For braving terrible conditions and behaving in such responsible manner to attend the car park on the nights of the concerts|
|Concern National Debating winning 4th round|
Anna O’Regan Cunningham
Ellie Mae Sweeney
|Darragh Ryan||Participation and engagement in Politics and Society|
|Jack Walmsley||Best Citizenship project|
|Sadie Mullane||Maths For her commitment to her work over the last three years. Sadie is always in good spirits and we were very impressed with her engagement since March.|
|Gemma O’Sullivan||Maths Gemma has been a pleasure to teach over the last two years. Happy at her work and very mannerly. Very impressed with her engagement since March.|
|Paul Begley||Paul has been a dedicated student over the last two years in Maths. Always does his best. We were very impressed with his engagement since March.|
|Dean Burns||It was a pleasure to teach Dean over the last two years. Very polite and always ready to ask a question if not sure of a topic.|
|Dylan O’Flynn||Maths Dylan has been a pleasure to teach over the last three years . Even though he found some subjects difficult his attendance at school was excellent . A very polite and at time humourous student. He is very deserving of this award and we look forward to seeing him next year.|
|Colleen O Dwyer||Colleen is a wonderful young lady who has embraced second level education with great determination . Not easy for any first year but Colleen certainly did excel in certain subjects. Her love of cats caused a few smiles in the staffroom and corridor during the year. Looking forward to working with her next year,|
|Darragh Ryan||Darragh has always been a student of impeccable behaviour. His positive attitude and diligent work has marked him out in the last two years in my class as a good student and as a calm and resourceful young man. I am confident that he will be a success in whatever path life takes. His easy going nature makes it certain that he’ll never walk alone.|
|Nicole Power||Nicole is a very able student, with a mature attitude towards her studies. Her quiet demeanour belies a lively ability to discuss and argue in her work. I wish her all the best in the future.|
|Jack Pierce||Jack’s constant optimism has been important in our class over the two years, his dedication and hard work have been obvious for the six years he has been in Hazelwood, as has his unfailing good manners. He has developed into a mature and thoughtful man. Best of luck for the future.|
|Jack Walsmley||Jack has grown into a mature and capable young man, whose attitude towards his work has been marked by determination and dedication. Best of luck in the future|
|Gillian Gore||Gillian is a very hardworking student, whose effort and dedication is exemplary. She is always very pleasant and a great student.|
|Ella Dore||Ella is a very diligent student, whose consistent effort and mature attitude ensure that she is a huge asset to the class|
|Mark Kennedy||Mark is a student of huge ability whose contributions to class are exemplary.|
|Colm Ryan||Selected Limerick U20 Football team|
|Both of these students worked tirelessly to help out with any task that needed to be done to get the well-being room up and running. Their help was invaluable and the job would not have been completed without them.|
|Oliver O’Dell||He is a very thoughtful and kind student. He is obliging and helpful at all times and acted as an admirable role model for younger students in bus study these past months.|
|Padraig O’Regan||Reason for Award is a very thoughtful and kind student. He is obliging and helpful at all times and acted as an admirable role model for younger students in bus study these past months.|
|Amy Walsh||She is an engaged, enthusiastic and energetic student. She has added to her class with interesting questions, debate, discussion and an enthusiasm which was both admirable and enjoyable. She has added to her science class during her junior years and is a pleasure to teach.|
|Excellence in Woodwork|
|These students are in the second honours class great workers over the last 2 yrs|
Emma O Flynn
|Ethos awards for their help with the organisation of Cadet Basketball in the school|
|Robert Galvin||Robert is such an enthusiastic student. I find his enthusiasm is a very positive influence in the class. He is always on time and polite and when asked to help in the art room he is more than willing to give a hand. I am happy to nominate Robert for an ethos award 2020|
Junior Subject Award
|Woodwork||Evan O Callaghan|
|Home Economics||Grace Noonan|
Senior Subject Award
|Politics and Society||Nicole Power|
|Ag Science||Caitlin O’Connor|
|Home Economics||Yvonne O’Kelly|
Jack Pierce who has never missed a day in school since he started in Broadford Primary school
Student of the Year & LCA Student of the Year
In line with tradition The Student of the Year will be announced at our graduation ceremony which will be held online this year.
Congratulations to all our award winners.
Stay safe and stay well
Congratulation to all the students and staff on another very successful year in the school. The success of the students in both academia and on the sports ground were recently acknowledged in the annual awards days. Here is a selection of photos from the day. To see the full set please visit the schools Facebook page.
Congratulations to all of our Transition Years who received their certificates at tonight’s Graduation Ceremony. A special mention to our award winners and their families.
The Hazelwood College students who were presented with their certificates at BSTAI/UL Awards for those students who got an A in their Junior Certificate Business Studies 2018 at UL on Wednesday 6th March 2019. Back Row: L to R Ciara Broderick, Business Teacher, Euan Collins, Seán Madden, Ben Mulcahy, Liam Power, David Boyce, Keri Murphy, Anita Tynan, Karla Donegan, Sinéad Tierney, Margaret Griffin, Business Teacher, Liz Dolan Deputy Principal Front Row: L to R Cian White, Nicole Power, Leah Downes, Prof. Michele O’Dwyer, Associate Dean, Kenny Business School, Juliet Nolan, Yvonne O’Kelly, Emma Enright. Congratulations to all students on your achievements
Friday 18th May was the date set for our annual awards ceremony where achievements from all aspects of school life were acknowledged and rewarded. This year we were honoured that Anna Geary came to present the awards. Anna was a wonderful speakers and an inspirational role model to our students. Congratulations to all who received awards.
Here is a small selection of photos from the day. To see the full set visit Hazelwood College on Facebook
The very best of luck to our young entrepreneur, Evan Quaid as he represents Hazelwood at the National Finals of the Student Enterprise Awards in Dublin. He is all set up and ready to go.