Coláiste na Sceilge will again this year celebrate Science Week with numerous activities being organised by the Science Department to highlight Science and Technology in our everyday lives and to inspire and awaken in our students their love of all things Science. Click on image to learn more.
We Need You!!
Are you interested in writing an opinion piece, fashion page, sports page, film review page etc. for the school website? Whatever your interest, we want to showcase you!. If you have an idea contact Mr. Mc Gill.
Iveragh Day 26th September
What an amazing day had by all at our annual Iveragh Day. The sun shone and spirits were high as staff and students left Coláiste na Sceilge for the beauty of our surrounding area. Students learned about the flora and fauna of the area, the culture and the heritage. Bringing the classroom outside for the day gave students many wonderful and memorable learning opportunities. Well done in particular to Mrs. Gillian O’ Connor for all her hard work in organising the event. Click on image to see photos from the day.
It’s that time of year again. Time for us to get out and enjoy the beauty of our area. This friday the 26th September will be our fourth annual Iveragh Day. The day is about staff and students getting out into Iveragh and learning all about our area; its business, its scenary, its tradition, its culture, and its heritage. Find out more by clicking on image.
Educator with Kerry Life Education Mobile Seamus Whitty has been with us all week working with our 1st, 3rd and 6th year students on study skills, achieving their goals, self-esteem, self-awareness and recognising their strengths. It is such a worthwhile life skills session and all the students have enjoyed it and learned so much from it. Find out more @ http://www.kerrylifeeducation.com/
Congratulations to Kerry
Well done to both Kerry teams for winning their respective All-Ireland finals. What a weekend for Kerry football. We would especially like to congratulate our present student Brian Sugrue who had a great game and minor manager Jack O’ Connor who has now won All-Irelands with minor, U21 and senior teams. Moreover, we would like to congratulate all our former students on their brilliant performances yesterday and their journey to lifting the Sam Maguire.
Want to join the Cahersiveen Youth Choir?
Calling all our talented students. Cahersiveen Parish Youth Choir are meeting for the first time on Thursday 23rd October at 7pm in the O’Connell Memorial Church. The choir will be youth led, so if you enjoy singing and would like to be part of the choir, please come along. If you have any questions please contact Anne Murphy on 087 7801575. Check out Coláiste na Sceilge Facebook page for further details.
A Public presentation dealing with anxiety and promoting resilience facilitated by Finian Fallon MA MICAP will take place at the Kerry Adolescent Counselling Service, Ballonagh, Tralee on Friday 21st November 7:00 – 9:30pm cost: Free.
More info @ http://kerryadolescentcounselling.ie/