Done A-level Art with Mrs. byrne, had alot of respect for her even though she may not have been hands on! She let us get on with things were others may have tried to dictate. The free reign helped in my opinion and I will always be grateful to her for taking me into a-level when I only got a C at GCSE. Pinky Rocks!
Credit where credit's due- Oonagh's a great woman. I don't think I would've survived A-Levels at the Abbey if it wasn't for the safe haven of her art room to chill out, stick on the radio and do nada
The school celebration for Oonagh's 21st birthday was a real spectacle, we just had to honour this artistic legend.
An intelligible remnant whose longevity is a credit to herself, a very eminent and insouciant art teacher.
Delightful if literally anonymous teacher who has provided the school with some semblance of continuity over the last half-century, a legendary being.
Yes, Benoit's valeur to the schhol is perhaps underestimated, while Oonagh, it could be argued, belongs in a bygone era. Superfluous teacher though.
Belongs in Jurassic Park...a legendary teacher who has stood the test of time.
Oonagh's centenary year is approaching - perhaps a celebration would be appropriate to commemorate this long-standing individual.
Fair dues to Oonagh for remaining motivated and durable enough to continue teaching art after all these years at the top. A true professional.
A timeless veteran of the school, she can be seen in school photographs dating as far back as 1968! She's still going strong after years of sterling service.
Unlike most departments, the same Art department is still in place after seven long years: Byrne and Armstrong. Good women.
a true legend within our four walls, she's been an avid fan of art since the dawn of time, as shown by the rock paintings in the 'Stone Age Exhibit' of the Art room
She really does own that bottom floor of the school, she seems to have been there forever.
a very interesting woman. i am amazed she is still here after so many centuries.