St. Patrick’s Day in Cork!

ACET student Andrea Sebé  Fernández gives an account of St. Patrick’s festivities that took place recently in the city.

“On 17th March came the long awaited day for everyone. In the morning everybody was in the parade, in Saint Patrick Street. The streets were packed with thousands of people all so excited. Families, locals and tourists like us all together to celebrate a massive cultural event.

There was music, many people with green customs and lots of good feelings.When the parade was over people some people decided to return home, and then others went to the pubs to listen live Irish music. It is a very busy evening in the city, maybe the busiest night of the whole year. If you wanted you could eat something in the many posts that had restaurants on the street to sell food”.

Paddy's Day Parade

“It was a unique experience and I’m very happy to have been able to live this day in Ireland”. 

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ACET Students Perform Christmas Production

 

 

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ACET students performed a production of ‘Twas the Night before Christmas in Cork …like’ in the school on Thursday, December 3rd. The enthusiastic group of students had been rehearsing and preparing the production for a number of weeks in the lead up to the Christmas season. The mini drama was a modern take of the Nativity, but with a prominent Cork twist.

The cast and crew included Marco Maffei, Tatiana Wilmer Diestro, Victor Carpio, Danilo Carvalho Vital, Evandro De Limo,  Itamara Diniz, Robson Oliveira, Tiago Cordero Rafael, Najara Rocha Cruz, Sandra Volger, Luis Montojo Morey and Pere Nolla. We were also delighted to have baby Rory feature in the play as the baby Jesus.

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The group were subsequently awarded the ACET Student of the Month Award for December on account of their dedication to the project. This is the first time that the award had presented to a group.

Coming Soon to ACET ……………. Christmas Jumper Fridays!

This December at ACET we plan to get really festive in preparation for the Christmas season.

 

Christmas-jumpers Fridays

 

We encourage all students and staff to wear their most ridiculous and glittery festive woollies to school on Fridays 4th, 11th and 18th of December.