News and Events

  • Dear Parents/ Guardians, Students, I hope that you are keeping well. A reminder that the DKIT Spring Open Day is today, all welcome families and students. . This is a great opportunity to tour the college campus, speak to students and lectures about various courses, connect courses to careers, research what is being taught through the college modules, know the facilities, clubs and societies. Open days are a crucial part of researching and supporting you when making your mind up for the future, please try to attend them.   DKIT Link to register below: https://www.dkit.ie/events/dkit-spring-open-evening-2024.html
  • Tickets are selling fast for our upcoming TY Musical "Little Shop of Horrors" Please get your tickets at http://www.antain.ie
  • A chairde, Please find attached important information regarding an opportunity to receive a €200 scholarship to Coláiste Bhríde Rann na Feirste.
  • Dear Coláiste Rís Community, I hope you are keeping well. We are delighted to submit our application to the Amber Flag for all the great work and projects that have taken place in our school over the last number of years with regards to promoting positive mental health. We were delighted to raise 385euro for Pieta House as part of the application process. Thank you to all that supported the bake sale. Our Mental Health Projects included: Mental Health Day in October, Stand Up Week LGBTQ+, Anti Bully Week, Form Classes on Positive Affirmations/ Healthy Routines/ Benefits of Exercise and […]
  • Dear Parents/ Guardians/ Students, I hope you are keeping well. Please find information and links to register for this years summer computer camp in DKIT.  They will be running a series of summer camps, exact dates will be sorted out over the next few weeks, but they'll be open to any student aged 12-17 who'd like to visit the campus and experience some practical computing workshops. Emails will be sent in the 3/4 weeks with fleshed out details of the exact details for these summer camps. In the meantime, there is a mailing list specifically for those camps that interested […]
  • Dear Students/ Parents/ Guardians, There are a number of Spring Open Days for families and students to visit over the next number of weeks. These are an excellent opportunity to get a feel for a campus, speak to students currently studying a course, attend talks on various courses, view on campus accommodation, explore the facilities, become aware of the clubs/ societies. It is really beneficial to go to these days to help make up your mind and explore options in the future. Trinity College- Online Talks and Virtual Tour https://www.tcd.ie/openday/ UCD- Various Open Day and Events: https://www.myucd.ie/visiting-ucd/events/ DCU- Saturday 13th […]
  • Dear Parents/ Guardians/ Students, I hope that you had a nice Easter. Please find below information to apply for a grant at college/university.  SUSI is now open to receive applications for the 2024/25 academic year and we look forward to working with you to ensure your students continue to receive SUSI's high level of service. We would like to advise the following: Changes to the Student Grant Scheme announced in Budget 2024 As part of Budget 2024, the following changes to the Student Grant Scheme for the 2024/25 academic year were announced: .       Increase to maintenance grant rates […]
  • Dear Students/ Parents/ Guardians, I hope you are keeping well. If you are considering a DARE (Disability Access Route to Education) application for college please contact the guidance office by 11.00 AM tomorrow if you still need the Section B Form completed. The form is due to be sent off by the applicant before 15 March along with the correct documentation to support. This must be sent by the applicant, not the school.  Kind regards, Mr. Mc Nicholas Guidance Counsellor
  • Dear Students, Parents, Guardians,  I hope you are keeping well. Thank you for attending the information evening. Below are resources to help with your decision for subject choice in senior cycle. The Presentation on the night and booklet are attached to view also. Please take the time to research and reflect on your options. Kind regards, Mr. Mc Nicholas  Guidance Counsellor  Careers Portal College and Third Level Research Page https://careersportal.ie/ Guide for Parents and Students to Subject Choice https://careersportal.ie/news/our-guide-to-subject-choice-for-leaving-certificate Careers Portal Subject Choice Information https://careersportal.ie/school/subject_explorer.php Qualifax Subject Requirement Tool https://www.qualifax.ie/subject-requirements
  • Tickets are now on sale for this year's TY Musical "Little Shop of Horrors". The show will run at An Táin Arts Centre on May 1st, 2nd & 3rd. Tickets are available at http://www.antain.ie As always we thank you for your kind support