Student Leadership

Loreto College Foxrock in collaboration with the school management team is guided by elected representatives of our student body.

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM 2022–2023

Head Girl:  Jana Antonio   

Deputy Head Girls:  Beth Thomas Irwin & Anna O'Sullivan

 

                               

Sports Committee

Sports Captain: Rachel Dillon


   

Hockey Captain: Ailbhe Ffrench 


    

Basketball Captain: Amy Shaw


     

Gaelic Captain: Caoimhe Gilsenan

 

Athletics Captain: 

 

 

Anti-Bullying Ambassador Coordinators 2022-2023:

6th Year:   Hannah McDonald & Alice Montayne

   

 

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors 2022-2023:

 

Environment Champions:

6th Year:   Eimear Brennan & Grainne Ellison

 

Wellbeing Champion:

6th Year:   Ruth Colbert

 

Debates Captain:

6th Year:   Hannah McDonald

 

 

Senior Prefects / Mentors:

First Year:  Head Girl - Jana Antonio

Mentor (1 Babthorpe):  Christine Chan

Mentor (1 Poyntz):  Aisling O'Donnell, Ciara Moore

Mentor (1 Rookwood):  Fisbah Waris, Sarah Kealy

Mentor (1 Ward):  Gill Chuang, Lauryn Hill

Mentor (1 Wigmore):  Faye Megarity, Anna Hughes

 

Second Year:  Deputy Head Girl - Beth Thomas Irwin

Mentor (2 Babthorpe):  Eva Magee

Mentor (2 Poyntz):  Charlotte McCulloch

Mentor (2 Rookwood):  Jenny O'Leary

Mentor (2 Ward):  Kate Sweeney

Mentor (2 Wigmore):  Julie Colgan

 

Third Year:  Deputy Head Girl - Anna O'Sullivan

Mentor (3 Babthorpe):  Libby Kerr

Mentor (3 Poyntz):  Molly Egan

Mentors (3 Rookwood):  Hannah McDonald, Alice Montayne

Mentor (3 Ward):  Julie Barry, Ella Lebris

Mentor (3 Wigmore):  Lauren Walsh, Mia Solaja

 

 

Social Committee

 

Ember Team  2022-2023

 

 

THE STUDENT COUNCIL

The Student Council in Loreto College Foxrock is comprised of eighteen elected members - three representatives from each year group. Elections to the Student Council take place each May with the voting of the representatives from 2nd Year to 6th Year. These students form the Student Council in the following school year. They are joined in mid-October by the final three members when the election of the new 1st Year students is complete.

The Council meets regularly during the school year to discuss any student-related issues which are brought to its attention. If you have any concerns or suggestions, please see one of your student representatives and let them know that you wish your issue to be brought to the Council.

  • The Council acts as a communications link with school management, teaching staff and other staff in the school.
  • The Council facilitates student participation in decision making and policy formation in the school.
  • The Council promotes the good of the students in the school and ensures that students' issues are listened to and given due consideration.

 

Student Council 2022/23

Due to restrictions during Covid, May elections for the 2022/23 Student Council were postponed until the new term.

The election took place in early October.  Congratulations to the students listed below who have been voted onto the Student Council for this year by their peers. 

 

6th Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5th Year

       

 

4th Year

 

 

  

 

  

 

 

3rd Year

     

 

2nd Year

       

 

1st Year