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  • Principal Academic Dates

    Check the principal academic dates 2022-23. Please note that dates are subject to change, please try to arrange family holidays, etc. around school
    closure dates. Click here to see the document.

  • Check the principal academic dates 2022-23. Please note that dates are subject to change, please try to arrange family holidays, etc. around school
    closure dates. Click here to see the document.

  • Please see attached Book Lists for 2022-2023 Academic year

    Rhetoric Booklist 2022-2023

    Rudiments Booklist 2022-2023

    Syntax Booklist 2022-2023

    Elements Book List 2022-2023

    Grammar Booklist 2022-2023

    Poetry Booklist 2022-2023

  • Rhetoric Booklist 2022-2023

    Rudiments Booklist 2022-2023

    Syntax Booklist 2022-2023

    Elements Book List 2022-2023

    Grammar Booklist 2022-2023

    Poetry Booklist 2022-2023

  • Belvedere College SJ Parent and Student Newsletter May 20th

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  • Belvedere College SJ Parent and Student Newsletter May 6th

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  • Belvedere College SJ Parent and Student Newsletter April 8th

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  • Belvedere College SJ Parent and Student Newsletter March 11th

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  • Class Acts 2022

    Buy your tickets here

    ClassActs is a series of 3 one act (short) plays chosen (and in one case written by) students, directed by students and obviously performed by students. Not only is it a superb opportunity for students to explore their creativity but it also gives huge opportunities for leadership and team work.

    There are over 80 students involved from 3rd year to 6th year.

    The show opens TONIGHT! And will run tomorrow night also. Tickets cost €12 and it starts at 7, finished by 9!

    The 3 shows are all very different and very entertaining! It’s well worth it!

    Link to tickets: Click here

    Tickets can also be purchased from the box office on the night.

  • Buy your tickets here

    ClassActs is a series of 3 one act (short) plays chosen (and in one case written by) students, directed by students and obviously performed by students. Not only is it a superb opportunity for students to explore their creativity but it also gives huge opportunities for leadership and team work.

    There are over 80 students involved from 3rd year to 6th year.

    The show opens TONIGHT! And will run tomorrow night also. Tickets cost €12 and it starts at 7, finished by 9!

    The 3 shows are all very different and very entertaining! It’s well worth it!

    Link to tickets: Click here

    Tickets can also be purchased from the box office on the night.

  • Belvedere College SJ/JRS Campaign for Ukraine

    Many groups have generously started to respond to the Ukrainian crisis by donating medical supplies and other items based on circulated lists where containers are being transported to Poland and neighbouring countries. This is a wonderful sign again of the generosity of the Irish people. A group of Belvedere past pupils have also sent a number of containers to Poland which is a great testament to the ethos of men for others which carries on long after leaving the College. While these initiatives are hugely welcomed to serve the immediate needs, the latest information from people working on the ground and from government sources is that cash donations given to trusted sources are preferred as they are more practical and can be used according to emerging needs now and in the short- and medium-term future.

    Donate with JustGiving.Pay with Mastercard, Visa, American express, PayPal, Apple Pay or Direct Debit.

    JRS Romania is present at the North Train Station in Bucharest assisting those who arrive from Ukraine (Photo: JRS Romania).

    Therefore, as a wide Belvedere Community of pupils, parents, past pupils and staff, we have strategically partnered with Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) to support their work on the front lines in Ukraine, in the neighbouring countries, as well as here in Ireland. Jesuit schools across Europe are united in the same effort. Visit www.jrseurope.org for full details. Click here to read more

    We are asking you to donate what you can using our trusted Belvedere College Just Giving Checkout link below where there are no fees meaning 100% of all donations will go directly to JRS to be used as they see fit in their response to current and emerging needs.

    We know there have been many opportunities to make donations to other charities and Government appeals to other campaigns. If you have availed of these opportunities, thank you. If you still wish to contribute or have additional resources, we appeal to you to support our dedicated JRS campaign using the donations link below. THANK YOU

    In Ireland: preparing to welcome refugees to our shores

    Already 1.5million refugees have fled Ukraine in search of safety and protection, this is the largest forced displacement of people across borders since World War II. The Temporary Protection Directive was activated on the 4 March 2022 for the first time to respond to a mass influx of displaced persons from Ukraine unable to return to their country or region of origin. This solidarity mechanism enables responsibility to be shared more fairly across EU Member States, including Ireland, for welcoming and receiving Ukrainian refugees displaced by this conflict.

  • Many groups have generously started to respond to the Ukrainian crisis by donating medical supplies and other items based on circulated lists where containers are being transported to Poland and neighbouring countries. This is a wonderful sign again of the generosity of the Irish people. A group of Belvedere past pupils have also sent a number of containers to Poland which is a great testament to the ethos of men for others which carries on long after leaving the College. While these initiatives are hugely welcomed to serve the immediate needs, the latest information from people working on the ground and from government sources is that cash donations given to trusted sources are preferred as they are more practical and can be used according to emerging needs now and in the short- and medium-term future.

    Donate with JustGiving.Pay with Mastercard, Visa, American express, PayPal, Apple Pay or Direct Debit.

    JRS Romania is present at the North Train Station in Bucharest assisting those who arrive from Ukraine (Photo: JRS Romania).

    Therefore, as a wide Belvedere Community of pupils, parents, past pupils and staff, we have strategically partnered with Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) to support their work on the front lines in Ukraine, in the neighbouring countries, as well as here in Ireland. Jesuit schools across Europe are united in the same effort. Visit www.jrseurope.org for full details. Click here to read more

    We are asking you to donate what you can using our trusted Belvedere College Just Giving Checkout link below where there are no fees meaning 100% of all donations will go directly to JRS to be used as they see fit in their response to current and emerging needs.

    We know there have been many opportunities to make donations to other charities and Government appeals to other campaigns. If you have availed of these opportunities, thank you. If you still wish to contribute or have additional resources, we appeal to you to support our dedicated JRS campaign using the donations link below. THANK YOU

    In Ireland: preparing to welcome refugees to our shores

    Already 1.5million refugees have fled Ukraine in search of safety and protection, this is the largest forced displacement of people across borders since World War II. The Temporary Protection Directive was activated on the 4 March 2022 for the first time to respond to a mass influx of displaced persons from Ukraine unable to return to their country or region of origin. This solidarity mechanism enables responsibility to be shared more fairly across EU Member States, including Ireland, for welcoming and receiving Ukrainian refugees displaced by this conflict.

  • Virtual Live College Fair

    Thursday, the 10th of March

    The Guidance Dept. is collaborating with Clongowes College and Bandon Grammar School to work with an Educational Company called Novva Technology to bring an online, live college fair with a host of colleges from Ireland and overseas to our Rhetoric and Poetry students. This event is due to take place next Thursday, the 10th of March between 6-9pm Irish local time. The event will start off with some talks which have been specifically selected to introduce students to the international college arena.  This will then be followed by access to the full college online fair experience.

    The planned outline for the event is as follows :-

    Talks from 6 to 7pm as below:-

    List of Talks:
    6.00 pm – 6.25 pm: Applying through UCAS
    6.00 pm – 6.25 pm: Study in the USA
    6.28 pm – 6.48 pm: Finding your Best Fit Institution
    6.50 pm – 7.00 pm: Welcome and Introduction (Guidance Counsellors from Clongowes, Bandon and Belvedere)

    Live Fair Commences:-

    7.00 pm – 9.00 pm Fair (Live Fair begins)

    The following Irish Colleges have signed up for this event:
    University College Dublin (UCD)
    Dublin City University (DCU)
    Technological University of Dublin (TUD)
    National College of Art & Design (NCAD)
    University of Limerick (UL)
    University College Cork (UCC)
    NUI Galway
    Maynooth University

  • Thursday, the 10th of March

    The Guidance Dept. is collaborating with Clongowes College and Bandon Grammar School to work with an Educational Company called Novva Technology to bring an online, live college fair with a host of colleges from Ireland and overseas to our Rhetoric and Poetry students. This event is due to take place next Thursday, the 10th of March between 6-9pm Irish local time. The event will start off with some talks which have been specifically selected to introduce students to the international college arena.  This will then be followed by access to the full college online fair experience.

    The planned outline for the event is as follows :-

    Talks from 6 to 7pm as below:-

    List of Talks:
    6.00 pm – 6.25 pm: Applying through UCAS
    6.00 pm – 6.25 pm: Study in the USA
    6.28 pm – 6.48 pm: Finding your Best Fit Institution
    6.50 pm – 7.00 pm: Welcome and Introduction (Guidance Counsellors from Clongowes, Bandon and Belvedere)

    Live Fair Commences:-

    7.00 pm – 9.00 pm Fair (Live Fair begins)

    The following Irish Colleges have signed up for this event:
    University College Dublin (UCD)
    Dublin City University (DCU)
    Technological University of Dublin (TUD)
    National College of Art & Design (NCAD)
    University of Limerick (UL)
    University College Cork (UCC)
    NUI Galway
    Maynooth University

  • Midterm Beach Clean Up

    by Yoyo Shi

    Mid-Term Beach Cleaning

    -Yoyo Shi (SS)

    First of all, the wind. Sunshine was plentiful on that Tuesday morning, but the wind was relentless. But that didn’t deter the group’s dedication to help out at the beach.
    It was a first for me, to see the beach in a different light. Noticing the needless rubbish strewn about was difficult at first due to desensitisation of litter everywhere in public I already encounter.

    Turns out, a lot of litter had been washed up to a fence that ran along the island. Two cartons of butter were found amidst the sandy banks.
    The day ended with much appreciated refreshments from Mr. Swan.

    Many Thanks to Mr. Grehan and Mr. Donal who were with us along the clean up

  • by Yoyo Shi

    Mid-Term Beach Cleaning

    -Yoyo Shi (SS)

    First of all, the wind. Sunshine was plentiful on that Tuesday morning, but the wind was relentless. But that didn’t deter the group’s dedication to help out at the beach.
    It was a first for me, to see the beach in a different light. Noticing the needless rubbish strewn about was difficult at first due to desensitisation of litter everywhere in public I already encounter.

    Turns out, a lot of litter had been washed up to a fence that ran along the island. Two cartons of butter were found amidst the sandy banks.
    The day ended with much appreciated refreshments from Mr. Swan.

    Many Thanks to Mr. Grehan and Mr. Donal who were with us along the clean up

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