Coláiste na hInse – April 2021

Coláiste na hInse Re-opens

Sixth Years Back in School

Coláiste na hInse re-opened to our Fifth Year, Sixth Year and an Cuan students over the last month. It has been great to welcome all of students back into the building, and there is great excitement ahead of the planned return of all students on April 12th. All First, Second, Third and Idirbliain students will be posted out a HSE Covid-19 Declaration Form over the Easter break and they must bring this with them on April 12th. Failure to bring the form will result in the student being sent home for it. All students must wear a facemask and food is to be eaten outside the school buildings.

Thank you to all students and parents for their help and support throughout the period of online learning.

European Ambassador Programme

Coláiste na hInse was represented in the European Ambassador Programme by Idirbliain students Kate Turner, Holly McBride and Aimee Smith. Well done to the three students on an excellent job.

Alana Powell Wins “Sing a New Song” Competition

Coláiste na hInse’s “Sing a New Song” competition was won by Fifth Year student Alana Powell. Alana will now attend a recording session in Crooked Wood Studios and her song will be arranged and performed on The Ivory Sessions.

Erasmus Caretaker Project

A number of Idirbliain students are working with Inion Tiernan for the Erasmus Caretaker Project. They have been partnered with a Spanish school and had their first Zoom meeting with their Spanish counterparts last week.

Pieta House Fundraiser

Congratulations to Idirbliain students Robert Coughlan, Evan Breen and Colin Hayes for taking part in the 4x4x48 in aid of Pieta House. As part of the challenge, the trio ran four miles every four hours for forty-eight hours. Having clocked in 77 kilometres over the two days, the three gentlemen had raised over three thousand euros for Pieta House.

Sixth Year Students Complete Geography Field Trip

There was a new location for the Leaving Cert Geography field trip, which was conducted on the beach for the first time.

Sixth Year Geography Field Trip

Idirbliain March Madness

Idirbliain dáltaí engaged with a range of online activities during March to liven up the online learning experience. They completed online programmes in First Aid and Concussion, completed three cooking lessons with The Cool Food School, and worked with magician Jack Wise, among other activities. The highlight for many was the online makeup course with former student Iona White Smith. Well done to all students for engaging with the activities!

Rang Bree Running Last Man Standing Competition.

Rang Bree are organizing a completion called Last Man Standing. The winning student will receive 50 euros. The competition is free for students to enter.

Students must predict who will win in the Premier League each weekend. Students enter by completing a form on the internet. Information and rules will be emailed to all students after Easter and will be available on the school website. The deadline for entry is April 16th.

Sixth Year Students Complete Landscaping Work

Máistir Emmett, Máistir Bartley, Mark and Alex with their plants

Sixth Year students Mark Kavanagh and Alex Burdis have been working with Máistir Emmet and Máistir Bartley to complete landscaping work around the school, as well as providing newly potted plants around the front door of the school.

Students Finish for Easter
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