Published on March 25th, 2022 | by admin0
Launch Of Wellbeing Week 2022
The launch of Wellbeing Week took place on Friday 25th March. The week aims to provide students with knowledge, skills and tools to manage their own mental health and wellbeing. It was an opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of looking after our mental health and well-being. The week was officially launched on Friday 25th March, by Keynote speaker, Inspector David Cryan (Zoe Cryan Foundation and past pupil.) David gave a very inspirational and motivational speech about health, fitness and well-being, with which students could clearly identify.
Inspector David Cryan speaking at the launch of Wellbeing Week
During the ceremony, David placed the first note of hope, on the “Wellbeing Reflection Tree.”
Inspector David Cryan placing the first note of hope, on the “Wellbeing Reflection Tree,” at the launch of Wellbeing Week.
David was presented with a cheque for €2,000 for the Zoe Cryan Foundation, the money for which had been raised by the “Lá Glas” fundraiser day in the school. Abi Flanagan, also donated the winnings from the Poetry Aloud Competition, to David for the fund. This cheque was presented by Áine Brennan, on behalf of Abi.
Aimee Caslin presenting a cheque to Inspector David Cryan, for the Zoe Cryan Trust, at the launch of Wellbeing Week
Áine Brennan, presenting a cheque to Inspector David Cryan, For the Zoe Cryan Trust, on behalf of Abi Flanagan, at the launch of Wellbeing Week.
The unveiling of the “Mosaic Tree of Life, Hope and Growth” also took place on the day. The tree was created by the TY students of 2020/2021 with the guidance of their Art teacher, Ms. Connaughton.
Ms. P. Connaughton, Art teacher, pictured with Inspector David Cryan and the TY students of 2020/2021, at the unveiling of the “Mosaic Tree of Life, Hope and Growth.”
Ms. P. Connaughton, Ms. B. Gormally (Wellbeing Co-ordinator), Inspector David Cryan, Ms. Y. Ryan, Mr. J. Burke and Mr. J. Reidy at the unveiling of the “Mosaic Tree of Life, Hope and Growth.”