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The Naughton Scholarships are a scheme of scholarships to promote the study of engineering, science and technology at third level by students in Ireland. Each year from February to May Leaving Certificate students can apply for a scholarship if they intend on studying science, engineering or technology at third level that year. We are particularly...
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Congratulations to all the second years who participated in online computer classes. Weekly assignments were set by Ms Purcell and completed by students during those dark post-Christmas months. We thought we’d encourage their participation by awarding gift tokens to those students whose work showed a little extra effort. So – well done to all who...
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Dear Sixth years/parents/ guardians, SUSI have announced that they will be open for applications next week, 22nd April so it is important to get yourself organised as early applications will receive priority processing. A few of the basics that you will need to make your application include opening a bank account and having your PPS...
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Open Days offer the opportunity to explore options after secondary school. Please, register for the DCU open day to explore whats on offer for your future. An informed choice is powerful when beginning to study at third level. Give it a go! Our Spring Open Day activities will help you explore what DCU has to...
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Dear Senior cycle students/ parents/ guardians, I hope you are keeping well and safe. Please view the video below to look at all options after completing your secondary education. Often students are stressed as they are unaware of various routes to achieve a certain career or study a particular degree. This short video puts you...
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Dear Students/ Parents/ Guardians, Welcome back to school after the Easter break. For some students, this is the first time back to the school since December. It may be strange and worrying to be back after such a long time, this is perfectly normal and it will take a few days to adjust back to...
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All students will be returning to school on Monday morning next, April 12th. Please ensure that the return to school consent is completed on the app. All details are in the attached document. We look forward to seeing all students on Monday morning. Pdf-1
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Colaiste Ris had three students who represented the school today at the County Louth School Enterprise Awards final. The three students involved were Rachel Rice, Ellie McAvinney, and Ruairi Reynolds who all did fantastic work to make it through to the final. The students managed to scoop two awards. Ruairi Reynolds won the best sustainability...
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We are delighted that we have young poets in our 4th Year German group. Congratulations to Rachel, Conor, Conall, and Tiernan for sharing their wonderful Easter/spring poems with us to send their fellow students off into their well-deserved Easter break. FROHE OSTERN!
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Transition Years have been busy this week with their computer assignments. Maybe the motivation of a prize for the most striking animation put a little spark under them. Here’s an example of some of their work. Well done to all who participated. We’ll select the winning animation soon. Please open the attachment below and click...
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Pictured here is Miriam Finnegan the winner of the leaving cert Art award 2020, Congratulations Miriam
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Dear Students/ Parents/ Guardians, There has been an increase in students wishing to study abroad over the last number of years. An information night will be hosted to explain the process, costs, and courses. Register on the link below: This event is FREE! https://louthineurope.eventbrite.ie Kind regards, Mr. Mc Nicholas
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1st year students have been busy designing their own Easter eggs
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A piece about our Jerusalema Dance on LMFM https://www.lmfm.ie/news/scene-and-heard/6th-year-students-and-staff-of-colaiste-ris-celebrate-their-return-to-school-with-the-jerusalema-challenge/ ____________________________
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A big thank you again to all the supporters of our Crazy Socks for Downs Syndrome day, Patrick had a wonderful day and he wanted to thank everyone that made such a great effort yesterday. Here are a few pics we missed out on, pictured here are few of our remote learning students, some retired...
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Crazy Socks day at Coláiste Rís today in school and at home in aid of World Downs Syndrome Day. A huge welcome back to Patrick Cartwright one of our 1st-year students who visited today as a guest judge for the best socks competition, great fun had by all. A big thanks to all involved. Watch...
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Students who are online learning can submit pictures of their crazy socks from home and there will be a prize for the funniest
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Today is World Downs Syndrome Day. The students and staff of Coláiste Rís would like to play our part and raise awareness about World Downs Syndrome day. To do this we are encouraging all students and staff to wear odd/ crazy socks to school on Monday the 22nd of Mach. There will be spot prizes...
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Sunday the 21st of March is World Downs Syndrome Day. The students and staff of Coláiste Rís would like to play our part and raise awareness about World Downs Syndrome day. To do this we are encouraging all students and staff to wear odd/ crazy socks to school on Monday the 22nd of Mach. There...
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6th-year students and staff of Colaiste Ris are featured here celebrating the return to school with the Jerusalema Challenge, well done to all. A big thank you to the 6th year participants, and the staff, Aaron Treanor Photography, and the organisers with a special thanks to Ms. Lavin Watch Here: https://youtu.be/4316_gIYKTw ______________________________________________________________
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Here are just some of the amazing entries by our students. Maith sibh uilig. Go hiontach ar fad!
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