The Career Guidance Department and the Third Level sector are continuing with the transition process for Sixth Year students. Information regarding 1916 UCD scholarships, Future You scholarships and SUSI grants has been posted on the Career Guidance area of the Pastoral Care pages. An update from the CAO has also been issued.
Click here to navigate directly to that page.
The Collinstown Pastoral Care department has provided a link to this advisory video dealing with the topic of Anxiety as we deal with the Covid19 virus. Click on this link to watch the video on a separate page
Sixth year students are asked to check the Guidance section of the website for updates. This is in the second level, pastoral care section or click here
The Collinstown Guidance Department has issued a Powerpoint presentation giving advice to students about study skills during these very different times.
To see the presentation please click here
I hope you, your family and friends are safe
and well. I know this is a very difficult time for many young and not
so-young people. It’s difficult because we have never experienced
anything like this before. We are depending on our medical experts and
Government who are advising us and putting things in place to contain
the spread of Covid-19. But every one of us must play our part in
keeping ourselves, our families and our communities safe. Every one of
us can be a ‘hero’.
In the future, people will ask us, what did
we do to contain the spread of Covid-19? It is my hope that we will be
able to say, ‘I followed all the advice’. This includes excellent hand
hygiene, coughing and sneezing properly and social distancing. Another
very important piece of advice from the medical experts is, that in
order to stop the spread of Covid-19, not to have parties or what are
being called ‘Covid-19 parties’. Please make sure you follow all this
I’ll will write another message in a few days.
In the meantime, if you are worried about Covid-19, please talk to your
parents or another adult in your family. Do not heed some of the
information on Covid-19 on social media as it is not always accurate.
it is important to keep everything as normal as possible, so remember
to stay in touch with your subject teachers about your school work. If
you don’t have a teacher’s email address and you need it, you can email
email@example.com, and a message will be sent to your
Above all stay safe, look after each other and please heed all the advice.