Monday, 22 October 2018

Friday, 19 October 2018

Villiers School Parent Quiz Friday

Question 1.

How many triangles are in the image


Question 2.

Each hour, a wood-harvesting machine cuts the same number of logs and places them on a pile. At 8am, there are 10 logs on the pile. At 11am, the pile has grown to 19 logs. How many logs will the pile contain at 6pm?

Thursday, 18 October 2018

Villiers School Parent Quiz Thursday 2018

A train leaves Dublin for Galway at 9:00am travelling at 80kph. Also at 9:00am, another train leaves Galway for Dublin travelling at 70kph. If the length of track between Galway and Dublin is 200km, what time will it be when the trains pass each other?

(A) 10:15am (B) 10:00am (C) 10:30am (D) 10:20am (E) 10:45am

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Villiers Maths Parent Quiz Wed

Question 1

Which one is the right view for the person who stays at the orange point and looks at the figure from the pointed direction?

Question 2

Find the pattern.

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Villiers Maths Parent Quiz Tuesday

If you were to look down on this tower, which would you see? A, B, C or D?

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Fashion Show 2018

 Rehearsals are well underway for the 30th Annual Fashion Show which will be held in The Radisson Blu Hotel, Ennis Road on Tuesday October 23rd at 8pm.
The show is produced by the Hilary Thompson Model Agency and this year, over eighty Transition Year will take to the catwalk.
 There will be a raffle on the night with fantastic prizes and proceeds from this will go to two nominated charities.

Tickets are  €15 (Students €10) and are currently on sale from School Reception.

International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Information Evening

Villiers School is Ireland's only authorised International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme boarding school having been authorised in March 2017.

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme was established in Geneva in 1968 to provide students with a balanced education, to facilitate geographic and cultural mobility and to develop international understanding.  Since then, this challenging programme has developed to become a byword for academic excellence as top universities across the globe increasingly recognise its merits.

Villiers’ authorisation as an IBDP school is the outcome of a process which has taken over 5 years since its initiation and is seen by those involved as a very natural progression for what has traditionally been one of Limerick’s most “International” schools.  

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is offered in Villiers School as an alternative to the traditional Leaving Certificate Programme. The benefits of the IB programme, apart from its academic rigour, is that it is transferable from country to country and school to school, and is recognised by top university in Irealnd and all over the world.

The school will hold an information evening to introduce the programme to interested parties on Wednesday October 17th at 7.30pm.  Further information is available from 061-451447.  

Tuesday, 9 October 2018