Programme & Awards 2012.
Coláiste na Sceilge won the best school award, at the 2012 awards night recently held at the Malton Hotel, Thursday 3rd May.
|The Receipt Tree is an App. that allows you to receive electronic receipts on your smartphone instead of printing them out by using digital optical scanning technology.||Ms,Sharon Fitzgerald and Colm Healy(Skelligs Chocolates) and John Riordan, Business Consultant.||Erin Driscoll & Cillian O'Donovan.|
|Sail Away is a service that allows boat owners to dispose of vessels that are no longer sea worthy and recycle them in an environmentally friendly manner.||Ms,Sharon Fitzgerald and Colm Healy(Skelligs Chocolates) and John Riordan, Business Consultant.||Kayleigh Hussey|
|Troigh Aisling, meaning "Dream Feet" is an Irish dancing sock that helps and stop the irration of blisters occuring on the feet.||Ms,Sharon Fitzgerald and Colm Healy(Skelligs Chocolates) and John Riordan, Business Consultant.||Rebecca Galvin|
5th Yr. L.C.V.P. Visit out to Astellas, Killorglin.
Below is a picture of this years fifth year group participating in a visit out as part of their Enterprise Education module for L.C.V.P. The group visited Astellas in Killorglin where they learned about the business and got a guided tour of the new projects that Astellas have in Development; Their wind turbine and Wood Chip Boiler. It was a great day out and gave students a great insight into the world of business.
Transition Year Students
Coláiste na Sceilge
The TY Talent Tour 2012
The TY Talent Tour is a programme run by singer/song-writer Oisín, which aims to find original artists that sing/write music and help them persue their musical writing abilities. The project encompasses discussion, participation, competition and opportunity. It helps students expose their musical creativity within our schools and do so in a positive exploitive manner, and in an industry safe environment.
All students in the competition will compete to go forward to the next stage of the TY Talent tour. The competition will be held on Tuesday 20th March 2012 @14:25 - 15:30 in Coláiste Na Sceilge. There is a cost of €3.00 per student and Oisín will perform on the day with his band and a free download of Oisín's single "You could have had it all" is also availablein the members area of Oisín's website www.oisinmusic.com. The concert is open to all students at Coláiste na Sceilge and it is being organised by TY students. Please spread the word and best of luck to everyone taking part!.
For more information Re: School Event, check out our event page on facebook.
Leaving Certificate Engineering students who attended the Open Day at LIT and also got a tour of Thomond Park Rubgy Ground recently.
Photo's from "Many Young Men of Twenty" play.
All Ireland Scholarships Poster Competition 2011
Congratulations to Devan Cadman who won first prize in the second level All Ireland
Poster Competition and picked up a Prize of €3000. Devan is pictured here with his
winning poster and teacher Mrs. O'Sullivan.
Colaiste Na Sceilge Student wins Top Engineering award in the Country
At the recent E.T.T.A (Engineering teachers technology association) conference held in Carrick on Shannon on
Sat. 12/11/11, Gearoid Sugrue received the John Murphy Medal for achieving the Highest Leaving certificate,
higher level Enginnering result in the country. The engineering exam consists of a project, 6 hour practical and a
theory exam. In order to receive this medal, Gearoid would have achieved maximum marks in all 3 elements
of the exam.
Gearoid is now studying computing at the University of Limerick. Another student from Coláiste na Sceilge
Ben Osborne got a Certificate of Distinction for his Higher Level Engineering project (snowmobile) and portfolio.
Ben is now awaiting a call up for training for the Navy. Engineering Teacher Mr. Cronin at Colaiste Na Sceilge s
aid it was a tremendous achievement for the students and the awards were richly deserved for the hard work
and dedication shown by the students throughout their time in Colaiste Na Sceilge. The Presentations
were may by Mr. PJ Rudden, President, Chartered Engineer, Institute of Engineers Ireland.
Gearoid's Engineering Project.