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.
Ukulele night in aid of the Hope Foundation
A great night guaranteed in support of Transition students, Grace Murphy and Shauna Duane in their fundraising efforts to go to Kolkatta (calcutta) to help and assist with the HOPE FOUNDATION
TICKETS on sale in Centra Crosshaven or call 085 850 1483
Transition Year students complete their Outdoor Adventure week
Transition Year students have completed their Outdoor Adventure week in Kerry. Students were based in two centres in Aghadoe and Cappanalea. They took part in activities such as kayaking, abseiling, campcraft, raft building and navigation.
All students camped out on Thursday night before returning home on Friday. See more here
New Junior Certificate
The following links contain information on the new Junior Cycle which will be of interest to parents.
First YearCamogie blitz in Mallow
Sports’ round up October 6th 2017
October 4th 2017: It’s been a busy week for sport in Coláiste Muire.
Hurling: The under 14 hurlers beat Carrigtwohill and Cobh in a blitz in Carrigtoohill but narrowly lost in their third match. The lads played brilliantly. See picture above.
Girls’ Basketball: The under 19 girls beat a very good Dublin side in the first round of the national cup. (Pictured above) They beat Carraignabhfear in their opening league match. The under 16s performed well but lost out.
Boys’ basketball: Both the under 16 and under 19 boys opened their season with victories today. The under 16s came out on top with a thrilling one-point victory. The under 19s were more comfortable in their win.
Rugby: Coláiste Muire and Carraigalne Commnuity school put on an exciting display of rugby which ended in a 17-17 draw in Myrtlville cross on Friday September