An chéad áit – Rioghna le cáca bunaithe ar Harry Potter.
An dara áit – Doireann Bl1 le cáca bunaithe ar an leabhar “Fault in our Stars” le John Green.
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This is a must see musical, BACK TO THE 80s produced by the Coláiste TY students and showing in the Community Hall, Athenry, on November 16th and 17th, it’s not to be missed. Friday is already sold out, some tickets still available for Thursday.
Bígí ann agus Bígí Linn ag an gceoldráma BACK TO THE 80s a bheidh á léiriú ag rang na hIdirbliana ar an Deardaoin 16ú Samhain agus an Aoine 17ú. Roinnt bheag ticéid fós ar fáil don Déardaoin.
The West girls did the region proud finishing as runners up to the East in UL yesterday. They had a great win in the semi final against a very strong Midlands team. Unfortunately lost out by a single basket in the final.
HANDBALL SCHOOLS CONNACHT FINALS / LIATHRÓID LÁIMHE
Well done to Eoin agus Jack on reaching the Connacht Handball 60×30 Doubles Final which was played on Sunday 22 October. They had to settle for Silver this time as their Roscommon opponents won in 2 straight sets. Next up for the boys will be the 40×20 schools after Christmas.
First Rugby Team
Tá an-áthas orainn go bhfuil ár bhfoireann rugbaí féin againn don chéad uair i mbliana. Another mile stone in the Coláiste’s continued development was reached when for the first time we fielded a Rugby team. Thanks to Múinteoir Oisín and Pete Ó’Hara of Connaught Rugby, the Coláiste is competing in a schools league this season. The boys have already played 2 games and proved themselves worthy competitors against much larger schools Gort CC and Athlone CS, a 15-22 defeat to the latter was a great display from our lads. Next up is Roscommon CS and the final group game is against neighbours Coláiste Clarin. The Cup draw has yet to be made, maith sibh a bhuachaillí.
5th Year visit to Kiltartan Gregory Museum
Ar an Déardaoin 5/10/17 chuaigh Bl 5 ar turas lae le Múinteoir Áine agus Múinteoir Siobhán. Faoi láthair tá siad ag déanamh staidéir ar fhilíocht W.B. Yeats agus tá an-suim acu i saol agus i dtréimhse Yeats agus Lady Gregory. Ar dtús chuamar go dtí Kiltartan Gregory Museum, ansin bhí an-am againn i Thoor Ballylee agus chun críoch a chur leis an lá chuamar go Coole Park.
Bhí an t-ádh le pobal na scoile gur thug Clann Zapp cuairt orainn an Aoine seo caite a bhuíochas do Sandra & Padraic Mac Donncha. D’fhan an chlann leo an oíche roimhe sin agus iad, muintir ZAPP, ar a gcamchuairt timpeall na tíre. Cúig uair go leith a thóg sé orthu an turas anoir ó Bhaile Átha Cliath a chur díobh toisc nach sáraíonn an carr luas 4ok/uair! Labhair na páistí agus an t-athair leis na daltaí seo againne, tar éis sin bhí deis againne ceisteanna a chur orthu agus pictiúirí a thógáil den charr – carr ata ar an mbóthar i mbreis is ceithre scór tír, ar chuile mhór roinn, ón mbliain 2000!!
In January 2000, Herman and Candelaria Zapp stepped inside a vintage car, turned on the engine, and began what they believed would be a six-month trip from Argentina to Alaska. The young couple had £3,000 in their pockets, just enough to see them through their last big adventure before they returned to Buenos Aires to start a family.
Seventeen years and nine months later, that same vintage car, a 1928 Graham-Paige, now covered in maps, photographs and memorabilia from across the globe, pulls into the driveway of the Argentine embassy in Dublin. As the vehicle draws to a halt, the back doors swing open and three boys and a girl jump out, talking animatedly with the small group of well-wishers who have gathered to meet this well-travelled family.
Coláiste an Eachréidh is delighted to announce that two of their Transition Year students, Sadhbh Goodwin (Persephone) and Eileen Cloonan (HALCYON part II), were successful in the Leitrim County Council annual writing competition “Wild Words”. From hundreds of entries they were chosen to be among the 30 young people whose work was,published in this year’s edition of the anthology of writing. The girls also were awarded the opportunity to attend various writing workshops over the summer as they hone their writing skills. Their poems are beautifully constructed and well worth a read. Well done girls. Comhghairdeas. Click here or above to read.
To view previously published students click here
Bhí comórtas cácaí againn le World Book Day 2017. Seo h-iad na buaiteoirí.
A chara, regarding school fees we will be using a new system to facilitate ease of payment. Traditional payment methods (by cheque, bank draft, postal order,etc.) continue to be acceptable but it is envisaged that the new system will be user friendly and helpful to parents. Click on link below for instructions
If you need support with the system contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01-8041269. You will receive texts later today with links to fee payments.
Junior Certificate pupils are charged €90 per annum for their textbooks / E-Book licences. TY students pay €30 towards class materials. Senior Cycle Students purchase their own textbooks.
All pupils, Years 1-6, are required to pay a ‘school fee’ of €80. A reduced fee of €70 for the first sibling and €60 for second and subsequent siblings applies. The fees cover mandatory 24 hour insurance, school lockers, pupil diaries, classroom materials, photocopying etc.
TY Fees include the above as well as additional TY associated costs.
From time to time other fees become payable e.g School Tours/Excursions, Examination Fees, Past Exam Papers etc,.
The Coláiste does not operate a ‘voluntary contribution system’.