1st Year Stationery & Book Requirements for 2019-2020

Stationery List 2019

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s),

An error on Wriggle Website presented you with an option to purchase a Stationery List. You are not required to purchase any Stationery from Wriggle. All of the following items are available in a good bookstore or discount stores in Drogheda.

1st Year Stationery & Book Requirements for 2019-2020

General Stationary:

Item Quantity
A4 Hardback Copy 5
88 or 120 page copy 10
A4 squared maths copy 2
*A4 Document wallet 3
*A4 Laboratory Hardback copy 1
*A2 plastic folder 1
*A3 folder 1
Black & Blue & Red pens 2 of each
*Permanent Black Marker 1
Pencils (2B, 4B, 6B, 2H) 1 of each
30cm Ruler 1
Colouring Pencils 1 Pack

Specific Class Equipment (Items which are marked with an * are expected to last for the full duration of the Junior Cycle (i.e. 3 years))

*Calculator: Casio fx85 GT PLUS 1
*Mathematical Set 1
*Log Tables 1
*Padlock for student locker (medium – big in size) 1
*€15 for Art pack (to be collected by Art teacher in September)

Additional note for English:

Students/parents, please select one book from the list below to purchase as a hard copy.

A range of authors, genres, subjects and writing styles has been chosen to allow incoming students and their parents to pick the book that appeals to and best suits the student.

  • "Wonder" by R. J. Palacio (fiction; about a boy born with a medical condition learning to get along in the world while other people learn to treat him with compassion)
  • "The Graveyard Book" by Neil Gaiman (fantasy; about a young orphan being raised by ghosts and other creatures)
  • "Boy" by Roald Dahl (a humorous autobiographical retelling of this author's childhood)
  • "My Sister Lives on the Mantlepiece" by Annabel Pitcher (fiction; about a young boy whose sister was killed in a terrorist attack)
  • "Bruised" by Siobhán Parkinson (fiction; about a teenage boy from Dublin who must figure out how to care for and protect his younger sister from their mother)
  • "Inkheart" by Cornelia Funke (fantasy; about a girl who discovers her father has an unusual power, resulting in strange and dangerous people entering their world)
  • "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins (dystopian fiction, about a teenage girl who enters a deadly competition so that her sister won't have to)

Download the Stationery List by clicking here.

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