In wishing the Senior Maths team every success tomorrow, Saturday 10th of February in the All-Ireland Final in NUI Maynooth, we also acknowledge the other students who competed for the school.
Here, we can see, the team that qualified, as they came second in the qualifying round on January 26th. We also recognise the other team that evening who came in at 4th in the competition - a great achievement in itself.
This team comprised of Maxim Chopiskyy, Pól De Barra, Alex Breathnach , Cathal Ó Donnabháin and Ucha Naridashvilli.
Well done to all and best wishes to Ms O Connell and the lads tomorrow.
Following a hugely successful week on the sports field we enter another arena of competition over the weekend.
Our Senior Maths team have qualified for the All-Ireland Final to be held in NUI Maynooth on Saturday February 10th.
The team, which is pictured here in training during the week is informed by the expert guidance of Ms Susan O Connell consists of Tomás Ó Mainín, Josh Burton, Luke Ó Coigligh and Michal Szarkowicz.
Once again, in wishing everybody involved every success, we also wish to state how proud we are of all the students.
Go néirí libh
It is a genuine pleasure to congratulate the Senior Footballers on a great win over De La Salle , Macroom, this evening in CIT to become Simcox Cup winners for 2018. It was a fantastic win against an exceptional Macroom side who gave it everything but , in the end, Chríost Rí prevailed with an incredible team performance all round.
On a momentous night, we congratulate everyone involved from managers Mr Paul Kerrigan and Mr Brian Coughlan, to the playing panel, to Tomás Ó Mainín on logistics as well as to the large number of teachers and students who attended the game.
On Saurday next 27th of January, we will welcome the current 6th Class students for assessment.
In terms of the day , we would ask parents and guardians to note the following points.
There has been a great response to the new Computer Coding Class in the school recently.
The programme has been administered by Ms Christine O'Hara-Lyons and has been in operation since before Christmas.
In the class, which takes place each Monday after school, the students study three central components. These are Scratch , which helps develop programming skills and logic, HTML, which is very important in web development and Python, which is used in Maths, Science and Engineering.
This is a great initiative and , judging from the picture here, with Ms O'Hara-Lyons and the lads hard at work, it is working extremely well.
We thank Christine for her great work here and we wish everyone concerned all the best in the future.