Congratulations to all our Leaving Certificate Applied and Leaving Certificate students on their results. There were lots of happy faces in Collinstown Park on Wednesday morning when students collected their results.
The Principal, Ms Duffy, having congratulated the students, once again reminded them that if they needed advice or had any questions they were very welcome to contact the school.
On Monday 28th May Collinstown hosted the Transition Year Presentation.
The MC for the evening was Zoe Clarke who did a great job entertaining the audience. Students were recognised for their engagement and contribution to Transition Year.
Awards were given for Attendance and the Best Folder of Excellence. The premier award was called the Spirit of Transition Year. There were four winners: Zara Byrne, Lee McDonagh, Zoe Byrne and Lauryn McEvoy Smith.
Lauren Hunter was also recognised for her work in TY assisting Ms Kinsella.
Following the formal ceremony there were refreshments and parents could wander around looking at the display of students’ work.
On Friday 25th May 2018 Collinstown Park formally marked the graduation of the class of 2018. In a ceremony in the school Sports Hall the graduates were presented to their parents and teachers and received their Graduation Certificates.
The Annual Student of the Year awards were presented; Gavin O’Reilly and Michaela Higgins were the LCA winners. At LC, the nominees were Craig Keogh, Josh McGeown, Bartosz Suwala, Aaron Sweeney and Corneille Tembe (Male) and Chloe Bailey, Sarah Dunne, Megan Fogarty, Anita Ikharo, Shannon Murphy, and Jasmine O’Brien (Female). The winners were: Anita Ikharo and Bartosz Suwala.
The School Ambassador nominees were: Tegan Dunne, Niamh Dunphy, Michaela Higgins, James Leeson, Lauryn McCarthy Purcell and Christopher McMahon. The winner was: Tegan Dunne
The evening was hosted by Stella Nkanu, Chairperson of the Student Council. Megan Fogarty delivered an Address on behalf of the students. Gifts were presented to the tutors, year head and the school on behalf of the class of 2018.
Ms McNamee, the Year Head, finished the evening with a speech reminding the students of their six years in the school and wishing them, on behalf of the school, every success and happiness in the future.
The class of 2018 celebrated their graduation from school with a ceremony this morning. Later in the evening there is a formal Graduation involving students and parents.
The morning event was just for teachers and students. Students walked into the event to a standing ovation from their teachers. There were awards for the Student of the Month and Attendance. The Microsoft Awards for Excellence were given out with the big prizes going to Anita Ikharo and Amber Bradford. The Sports Award was presented to Corneille Tembe while the Culture award went to Deborah Reddin. The Stock Exchange Investment Award was won by Craig Keogh. For the full list of prize winners see the photos below.
Following the awards students and teachers enjoyed a hearty breakfast to set them up for the day.
Following the morning Graduation Ceremony representatives of each class planted a tree in the grounds of the school. In years to come we hope these students will have matured and thrived like these trees.
On Tuesday 15th May our Third Year students were presented with their final JCSP profiles in a school ceremony attended by the students, their parents, Ms Davis the JCSP co-ordinator, Ms Mohan, Third Year Head, Ms Duffy, Principal and Ms Friel, Deputy Principal as well as many of their teachers.
Ms Monaghan conducted a short prayer service and Ms Kinsella and the school choir accompanied the service.
These profiles detail their achievement over the three years of their course.
May 9th 2018: following the announcement of the Microsoft Awards we held an awards ceremony in the school this evening for the first winners. Over one hundred and forty students reached the standards set for the first Microsoft Datacentres Excellence Award. They were presented with their certificates and a voucher. Ten of these students won a special prize for their contribution on the subject of citizenship. All students also won a day out in Tayto Park.
It was a great evening; Cathal Murphy and Jonathan Haverty of the Microsoft Datacentre spoke about the possibilities for the students, emphasising the key qualities and skills needed for the workplace.
Principal Ms Duffy also congratulated the winners of the Academic Awards and Student of the Month Awards who were also present on the evening.
Winners of the top awards for Excellence were:
Courtney Whelan McManus
A full list of the winners will be available below the photos.