October 2020

Month

1st years enjoying some pen drumming today in class please follow the link to see the video https://youtu.be/9YNLhnx1Xoc
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DKIT Open Days This year our Open Day events are going online and therefore will run somewhat different than usual. This year we are running a week-long series of open days from Monday 16th – Saturday 21st November. Each day will feature a different Academic School within DkIT and showcase the courses on offer in...
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Beautiful Artwork from our 1st Year Art Students
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Congratulations to our end of term academic award winners. 1st Year – Rose Anne Ni Dhomhnaill 2nd Year – Viktoriya Petrovska 3rd Year – Fionnuala Johnston TY – Conall Mullins Short 5th Year – Katie McCrink 6th Year – Ciara Sharkey Well done to all the students for their tremendous work throughout this term. (Missing...
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Well done to 2R who wrote letters to the residents of St. Oliver’s Community Care Unit. It’s been a tough time for our whole community but especially our older generation who are facing another six weeks of no visits from their friends or family. Hopefully these letters will bring them a little piece of joy.
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Please find attached below important information with regards to Classroom-Based Assessments (CBAs) for 2nd and 3rd Year students. If your son/ daughter is in either second or third year they will encounter a series of these CBAs, throughout the school year. Please take the time to read the document below, relevant to their year, carefully...
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Dear Senior Cycle Students/ Parents/ Guardians, I hope your research for future options is progressing well as we reach the end of our first term. There are a few resources that I would like to make you aware of which may help you on the journey. Firstly, please subscribe to careers and news guidance letter....
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Let’s try to do our part to help stop the spread of Covid-19 in our community, please read the document below, watch the video link and discuss with your son or daughter the correct procedures for wearing face masks while at school https://youtu.be/9Tv2BVN_WTk Pdf-1
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Huge congratulations to all the winners from Maths Week. The week was a great success and thank you to all students and teachers for their participation.
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Congratulations to Jamie Callan, Beanán Corrigan, Conall Quinn and Callum Smith pictured with Mr Moylan, who were members of the Louth U17 panel that defeated Wexford in the Leinster Championship on Saturday last. Next up is Kildare. Well done lads.
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The ukulele is cool, simple, and fun. It is a Hawaiian instrument, with four nylon strings, and a small wooden body, like a small classical guitar. It is a great introduction to making music, learning chords, and strumming patterns. Our Ukulele club is starting on Thursday for the first and second years during the lunch...
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Coláiste Rís Trad group looks forward to continuing our strong musical heritage. Starting on the 19th of October and continuing every Monday during the Junior Lunch period will see our young musicians learning new tunes and revisiting old ones in an informal setting. It would be preferable if students would bring their own instruments, following...
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Menu week beginning Mon 19th October
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A big thank you to all who got involved in this year’s maths week which took place last week at school. There were trivia, maths puzzles and even a maths treasure hunt. Thanks to the Maths department for organising the events and a special thank you to Ms Kellet for her hard work keeping the...
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TY students from 4P and 4S learning about Aerodynamics in science class today, pictured is Dean Murtagh ready to take flight
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Today marks the beginning of Maths Week 2020. Can you find the value of the question mark in the daily puzzle? If so, email your answer to Ms. Kellett to be in with a chance of winning some Maths Week prizes. Good Luck!
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Here is this weeks menu
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In light of the current COVID 19 pandemic, appendix 1 entitled Health & Safety Control of COVID 19 Policy for students has been added and is considered to be part of the Coláiste Rís Code of Behaviour policy. This will remain the case until guidelines from the HSE, the Health and Safety Authority & the...
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