Here we see the victorious 5th Year winners of the Tarraingt Téide , with their mentor Mr Fergus Ó Dubhgháin
We have had a wonderful few days with the Health Activity Week ,organised by Ms Celine Mac Gabhann, Ms Ciara Nic Craith and Mr. Brian Ó Cochláin.
The Transition Years are pictured in the heat of battle with their Tarraingt Téide.
The 4th and 6th Years took part in a Tarraingt Téide as well (might be worth a Stewards Enquiry!!!)
There was also a soccer tournament for the 4th Years.
Overall the weather was great and the lessons of a healthy lifestyle were taken to heart.
Well done to all , between teachers and students
A special mention today for the lads who undertook their Agricultural Science Practical Interviews with the subject examiner as part of their coursework.
The room was specially arranged for the interviews and a special mention here for Ms Susan O Connell, the subject teacher.
We thank Susan for her great work here and we wish the lads all the best in their exam itself,
Its been a very successful month for Muintir Uí Liatháin from Ballygarvan. Firstly, Niall from 2nd Year, won the BioPharmChem Ireland Chemistry Award for his project on A2 milk at Scifest which was held in Cork Institute of Technology (C.I.T.) on the 21st of April. He was quickly followed by Aindrias , in Transition Year, who became the first student from Coláiste Chríost Rí to travel to Shanghai for the Chinese Language Easter Camp.
The entire school community is delighted with the achievements of these two brothers. In acknowledging the support of their teachers,( Ms Ciara McGrath who gave Niall incredible support in his science project as well as Mr Gearóid Ó Calnáin who helped Aindrias to organise his epic journey to the far east), we also recognise the contribution of their primary school, Ballygarvan National School, as well as their proud parents, Andrew and Mary.
Included in the photograph, below, , from left to right are, Gearóid Ó Calnáin Uas (Chinese Class coordinator), Aindrias O Liatháin, Micheál Ó Ciardha, Uas. (Príomhoide ), Niall Ó Liatháin and Ms Ciara Nic Craith (Niall's Science teacher).
Congratulations to all concerned,