Coláiste Choilm

Ballincollig, Co. Cork

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Coláiste Choilm wins Best School Award at Young Scientist 2013

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Congratulations to our Young Scientists and their mentors on their fantastic achievements at YSE 2013. As well as winning the award for Best School, we won a first, 2 seconds and 5 highly commended plus 5 Special Awards. Jack Laighin received a top Biology award and will represent Ireland at an international competition in Texas. The students were marvellous ambassadors for the school throughout the exhibition. Great credit is due to the teachers who mentored the projects –Mr. H. OCallaghan, Ms. K. Lyne, Ms. L. Marron and Ms. J. Gleeson. Thanks also to the the Science Department and all other teachers who accompanied 150 1st Year Students to view the exhibition on Saturday 12th January.

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Last Updated on Monday, 28 January 2013 19:10 Read more...
 

School Transport Scheme - Remote Area Grant

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The purpose of this scheme is to support the transport of children who live remote from their nearest school.
Attached below is information on 

  1. Purpose of scheme
  2. Eligibility Criteria
  3. Application Process for Transport
  4. Remote Area Grant
  5. Rates for the Grant
  6. General Information

Sí aidhm na scéime seo ná tacú le hiompar chun na scoile do pháistí atá ina gcónaí i bhfad ón scoil is cóngaraí dóibh.
Tá leagan Gaeilge den bhfáisnéis thuas (Teidil 1-6) ceangailte leis an alt seo.

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Download this file (Deontas-na-gCeantar-Iargúlta.pdf)Deontas na gCeantar IargúltaDeontas na gCeantar Iargúlta189 Kb
Download this file (Remote-Area-Grant.pdf)Remote Area GrantRemote Area Grant187 Kb
Download this file (RemoteGrantLetter.pdf)RemoteGrantLetterRemote Grant Letter to School Authorities36 Kb
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 18:14
 

Garden Bird Survey 2012/3

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Long-tailed Tit. Picture by Michael Finn.

Between December and February each year,Bird Watch Ireland asks members of the public to keep note of the highest number of each bird species visiting their garden every week.  They also ask for information on the size of the garden being surveyed, the kinds of food, if any, being offered to the birds, and so on.  Taking part is fun, easy and an ideal way to get to know your garden birds better; it also makes an ideal school project.Take part in the survey here.

 

Changes in School Transport Eligibility

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There are changes to school transport eligibility which came into effect from the commencement of this current school year.

These changes mean that from this school year onwards, children are eligible for transport where they reside not less than 4.8 kms from and are attending their nearest post primary school/education centre as determined by the Department/Bus Éireann, having regard to ethos and language.
(Please read further below) 

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Download this file (Q & A Schools Irish.pdf)Q & A Bus Éireann GaeilgeQ & A Bus Éireann Gaeilge39 Kb
Download this file (Q&A Schools.pdf)Q & A Bus Éireann EnglishQ & A Bus Éireann English39 Kb
Last Updated on Friday, 19 October 2012 20:27 Read more...
 

27 Musicals Later

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We are in our 25th year of the school but we are embarking on our 27th Musical Production. The fact that we had two in some years accounts for this. A unique feature of the Musical is that we invariably have two and occasionally three casts performing on the different nights. It is the ultimate nightmare for sound technicians but ensures optimum opportunity for the abundance of talented performers.

It is difficult to talk of favourites but a full production of HMS Pinafore which managed "to sail" in the Ballincollig G.A.A. Pavilion in 1987 in our first year was memorable. "Jesus Christ Superstar" was the first production to feature in the School Culturlann. Les Miserables was a first for an amateur group in Ireland and one of the most ambitious undertakings.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 December 2011 19:28 Read more...
 


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Newsflash



Lunch vouchers for Siopa U Chrualaoi are now available in the school shop, the main office and O Crualaoi's delicatessen.