On Thursday 6th October some of our Second Year students went on a Geography Field Trip to Mitchelstown Caves and the Rock of Cashel in Co Tipperary. Everyone had a great time.
The crystallisation of calcium carbonate, a natural phenomenon.
Two wins out of two for our U 19 Team.
Coláiste Cois Life 45 V Collinstown Park CC 46
Collinstown Park CC 50 V Lucan CC 42
Ms Kirwan ‘s History Class visited Glasnevin Cemetery and the students had a great day researching about leaders from our past.
In Collinstown Park Community College we aim to keep our school litter free because we have a Green Flag. Different students take part in Litter Squad every day to help keep the corridors clean.
The First Year classes began their year with a Prayer Service to ask God’s blessing on each of them and their time in Collinstown Park. The Prayer Service used symbols of colour to help the students pray for friendship, peace and encouragement for all First Year students. We pray that their years here will be happy and fulfilling.
On Thursday evening 22nd September Collinstown Park opened its doors to prospective students and their parents. Students and teachers put on displays and talked to the visitors as they went around the school. The photos displayed below are a flavour of the evening
On Wednesday 21st September 90 Transition Year students had the opportunity to audition for a place in the Civic Theatre Tenderfoot Programme. There were six places available for a 3 week full-time work experience programme. This will include acting, play writing and theatre management. The students enjoyed the workshop that was given by the company.
On Tuesday 20th September 30 Transition Year students went to the National Ploughing Championships in Tullamore , Co Offaly. A great day was had by all.
Congratulations to our students who received their Junior Certificate results today. We are extremely proud of their success. We would also like to congratulate the students’ parents and guardians.