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ICTU/YOUTH CONNECT

ICTU/YOUTH CONNECT Thanks to Joanne Kenny from Youth Connect for attending Colaiste Eoin and addressing TY classes, 5th and 6th year students as part of the business studies senior course…
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TRIP TO KIPPURE

KIPPURE The Leaving Cert class made their way to Kippure to undertake the Leaving Cert Fieldwork component in snowy conditions on a  course designed to facilitate the Geographical Investigation, a…
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1969 BY JACK PHELAN

    JACK PHELAN Well done to Jack Phelan a former pupil of Colaiste Eoin who found himself in esteemed company at the Carlow College Literary Awards. Jack managed to…
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MEITHEAL GRADUATION

MEITHEAL GRADUATION Well done to Joshua Hunter, Kristopher Phelan, Dylan Treacy, Ryan Whelan, Esther Keogh, Amy Lee Weekes, Amy Kearney, Shannon Just, Aoife Hickey and Milly Cullen on completing their…
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SCHOOLS GO ORANGE

CYCLE  AGAINST SUICIDE School went orange as wellbeing and suicide awareness was highlighted in Colaiste Eoin. Students who are participating in the programme organised events and promoted talk therapies and…
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GARDA ADVISORY VISIT

GARDA VISIT TO DISCUSS CYBERBULLING Garda Ralph Holmes visited the school to talk to students regarding cyberbullying and the implications of their actions. Students were shown a short video and…
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TRANSITION YEAR NEWS

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TRANSITION YEAR TRIP TO ITALY

TRANSITION YEAR TRIP TO ITALY The Transition Year class were delighted to head to Italy as part of the TY programme. Leaving Ireland on the 2nd of May, they took in…
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TY WELLBEING

TY NUTRITION/PHYSIO/HEALTH AND WELL BEING Well done to the TY group who completed a module which covered everything from health and wellbeing to nutrition with local physiotherapist Paddy Byrne. Paddy…
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CANCER FUNDRAISER

Oesophageal Cancer Lollipop Day Congratulations to the Transition Year class who managed to collect 450 euros on behalf of oesophageal cancer. By the selling lollipops the group managed to raise…
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TRIP TO KILMAINHAM

TRIP TO KILMAINHAM GAOL Transition Year students visited Kilmainham Gaol which proved fascinating for all involved. Founded in 1796 as Dublin's 'New Gaol', Kilmainham operated as a prison until 1924.…
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DRIVING SCHOOL

Road Safety for Transition Years The TY class had a wonderful experience when they took to the road at the Leinster Driving School. They took part in the one day…
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TY SHOW

There was great excitement in Colaiste Eoin as the Transition Year students took to the stage for the twenty-fourth annual show and as usual they did not disappoint. The students…
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