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Foireann díospóireachta na scoile
Comhgairdeachas le foireann díospóireachta, Ava Moloney, Ava Lehane agus Luke O’ Donovan a bhí páirteach sa dara chraobh reigiúnach de chuid an Chomórtais Díospóireachta na Phiarsaigh i Mala ar an Mháirt in éineacht le foirne maithe eile. Bhí an bua ag Scoil Áine ó Tiobraid Árann ach bhíodar go hiontach. Táimid an-bhródúil ar fad asaibh!
Coláiste Muire student to represent Ireland at Physics Olympiad in Copenhagen
Andrew Nash was selected for the first round of the Physics Olympiad in October based on his Junior Certificate results. Another Coláiste Muire students, Alice Brady was also selected. From there he achieved a second place award in Physics. He was part of the top four which was selected for the second round which was a practical test. Following this, he was selected to represent Ireland in Copenhagen at E.U. Science Olympiad. We would like to congratulate Andrew and wish him the best of luck on his trip.
Turas chuig “An Triail” i dTiobraid Árainn
16ú Nollaig 2016
Thug daltaí na hArdteiste aghaidh ar Thiobraid Árainn chun breathnú ar léiriú “An Triail” le Máire Ní Ghráda. Déanann na daltaí staidéar ar an dráma seo mar chuid den Ardteist.
BUA ARÍS AG FOIREANN DÍOSPÓIREACHTA NA SCOILE.
Well done to Ava Lehane, Ava Moloney and Luke O Donovan who travelled to Millstreet Community School last night to compete in the second round of the GaelLinn Junior Debating. They are now through to the Munster Competition stage.
B’fhiú é an chleachtadh ionas gurb iad an fhoireann is fearr gan dabht!
Maith sibh agus táimid ag tnúth leis an gcéad bhabhta eile!
Colaiste Muire student comes joint first in Leaving Cert Biology
Luke Fehily, of the 2016 Leaving Cert Class, was awarded a gold medal for his excellent Biology result at a ceremony in the Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin on November 18th. Luke and one other student scored 99% in the exam. The medals were presented by the Institute of Biology of Ireland.
Science week #mannequin challenge
Coláiste Muire students and teachers took part in the mannequin challenge as part as Science week. See the RTE report here.
Comhghairdeachas le foireann díospóireachta na scoile
Well done to Eva Lehane, Luke O Donovan and Ava Maloney who got through to the next round of the GaelLinn Irish Debate competition. Colaiste Muire hosted the debate on Tuesday 15th November with visiting teams from St Coleman’s College Fermoy, Kinsale Community School and Millstreet Community School.
Science week – Transition Years visit Biopharmachem
Transition Year students visited Biopharmachem Ireland (BPCI) as part of Science week. Students were invited in conjunction with the Cork Training Centre Biopharma Facility to participate in their Smart Futures Science week activity.
Smart Futures is a Government initiative, supported by Science Foundation Ireland, which works with industry, research and education partners to promote STEM careers to post-primary students in Ireland.
The objective is to grow awareness and improve perceptions of what people working in STEM do and what skills they use/require thus enabling students to make informed choices regarding subjects and career paths.
Science week – Seaweed foraging in local beach
TY students enjoyed seashore foraging in Fennels Bay on Tuesday taking advantage of the very low spring tide whish resulted from the supermoon. They later helped prepare some delicious food using the foraged ingredients. The event was facilitated by Zita Dennehy of Wild Atlantic Way products. See more on Science week here.
As part of Maths Week 2016 some of our first year students visited Blackrock Observatory. Here, they attended a Math-a-Magic workshop with Dr Fernando Blasco, followed by a show in the planetarium and a computerised gaming experience called “Cosmos at the Castle”. The day was enjoyed by all.
As part of Maths Week 2016, all second year students took part in a maths table quiz on Wednesday 19th. The quiz was organised by a team of our hardworking 4th Year students. The winners of the quiz were Ruthy O’Donnell, Conor O’Leary, Abaigeal O’Leary and Adam Power (not present in photograph).