Month: April 2012
Transition Year students take Cork City tour
Transition Year students visited Cork city today, taking in a historical walking tour.
Students were taken through the medieval origins of the city and visited the English market in the city centre.
St. Finbarre’s Cathedral was next where students received a guided tour.
The trip ended at UCC.
Titanic 100 Exhibition
Coláiste Muire, Réalt na Mara presents: Titanic 100 Exhibition. Visit the school library to view artifacts, newspaper accounts , images and models commemorating the sinking of the Titanic one hundred years ago.
View the final picture taken of the Titanic from a Crosshaven beach and learn a host of other interesting facts about the Titanic.
Not to be missed.
Gaelic Football Coláise Muire make Cork final
From the very start of this match Crosshaven were the better team. The
Crosshaven forwards won ball after ball and kept punishing the
defence. Coláiste Daibhead could hardly cross the halfway line as
Crosshaven continued to be in control. By halftime the game was over
with Crosshaven scoring goal after goal. At the start of the second
half Coláiste Daibhead began well and added a few points. But that
stopped as the half went on and Crosshaven continued to score. The
backline played well for Crosshaven and continued to pass it to the
forwards. Anthony Wrenne and Jordan Fahy were two of Crosshaven’s
players on the day.
Crosshaven now move into the final where they will
Young Social innovator – Bird boxes installed in Crúachán woods
YSI students left the school eagerly this morning to place bird boxes in the Crúachán woods. Following months of sawing and shaping, everything was now starting to take shape. The boxes were screwed to trees around the wood so that the birds would have easy access to them.
It is now two weeks away the final for our project and we will attend this event in the City Hall in Cork. We also got some great help from Croshaven Boys’ National school were the 1st class did some brilliant art work for our display.
Stay tuned for more information on this interesting project.