Author: Sean Hanley
Transition Year Play – Summer Lovin
The Transition Year play “Summer Lovin” is in full swing following three sell-out performances.
Transition-Year information night
Due to the inclement weather, the meeting scheduled for last Thursday has been rescheduled. The details are below.
The parents of students wishing to participate in the Transition-Year programme in Colaiste Muire in the next school year (2018-19) are invited to a brief information evening on Thursday, March 8th at 7.30p.m in the Demonstration room.
I will be giving a similar presentation to students on the same day to the students at 12.20 p.m in the Demo room.
Application for the Transition Year programme will be done online and will need to be filled out by Wednesday 21st March. The form can be filled out by logging on to colaistemuire.net. The form will be open following the meeting. Students will need a code to log in. This code will be given to students on Thursday.
If a parent cannot make the evening, they can view the presentation here.TY presentation 201819
Scoil Chros tSéain 75th year anniversary
Crosshaven Boys National school celebrates 75 years this year. A range of commemorative activities are planned to mark the event. A group of Transition Year students and past pupils of the school are also preparing a booklet and we need your help.
We would welcome any photographs, stories and memories you may have of your time there. We would also like to hear from past pupils abroad so please share this post. All information can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org great care will of course be taken with any photos submitted. We can also organize for photos to be collected and safely returned. Please share with as many people as you can, all information will be gratefully received.
Congratulations to the Transition Year Wheelchair basketball team who won five out of six games in the tournament today.
Transition Year Work Experience
Procedures for work experience in Coláiste Muire
Science week in Coláiste Muire
Next week is Science Week. We are celebrating it with a range of activities.
On Monday all TY students will attend coding workshops in the school.
On Tuesday there will be a science treasure hunt for First Years.
Second Years will take part in a paper plane flying competition which will be held during science and PE classes throughout the week.
There will be science movies, factory visits and a science photography competition throughout the week which will involve most of the rest of the students.