Some 2nd years who recently travelled to the Everyman Palace in Cork to see a live performance of Romeo & Juliet
Ms Lane O Connells second year English group have been busy exploring the worlds of film and shadow puppetry with fantastic results. This is the trailer to their Halloween movie – coming soon…
Hazelwood students were very fortunate to receive a visit from author Dave Rudden recently.
Dave’s debut novel, already a huge best seller, is about Denizen Hardwick, a boy who doesn’t believe in magic – until he’s ambushed by a monster created from shadows and sees it destroyed by a word made of sunlight.
The Knights of the Borrowed Dark has been shortlisted for the Hennessy New Irish Writing Prize and the Bath Short Story Prize.
Hazelwood College was recently visited by Jane Mitchell, the author of ‘Chalkline’. 3rd year students are currently studies the book as part of their Junior Certificate English coursework.
Picture 1 Hazelwood College third students (from left to right) Caroline Ahern, Ronan Cahill, Colm Galvin and Aisling Enright are pictured with novelist Jane Mitchell, the author of ‘Chalkline’, the novel that they have studied for the Junior Certificate.
Picture 2 Hazelwood College third year student Colm Galvin (right) is pictured with ‘Chalkline’ author Jane Mitchell on her visit to Hazelwood College. Colm had invited Ms Mitchell to Hazelwood College to speak to his class about the novel, as part of their Junior Certificate studies.