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It's fair to say that the members of staff who accompanied transition years to ice-skating spent two hours with hearts in mouths. But the pupils must be commended for their good behaviour and attention to safety announcements...The "inaugural" trip to Dundonald Ice Bowl on Friday, 24th January was entirely devised and organised by the TY pupils themselves. Well done to the Committee. While there may be some nervy negotiations before any future trips involving 80 pupils on solid ice, the photos suggest that even falling over can be fun......
On Friday, 31st January, seven pupils took part in a one-day workshop in Dublin organised by ECO-UNESCO. The theme of the event was "water". Our pupils learned skills in film-making and acting. The next step for our "water group" is to make their own mini-film.
Mr. Niall McGee's Pupil Fitness Plan (first five weeks of total seven) is available for download below. It is very important that pupls pay attention to details in the schedule regarding training intensity, determined by Bleep Test results.
DOWNLOAD Pupil Fitness Plan (first five weeks of total seven)
Application Forms to apply for Examination Supervision in Special Centres in June 2014 are available in Staff Rooms, and can be downloaded from the link below...
It's a grudge match that needs no introduction any day of the week. But when it comes to Ulster Final day between Inishowen's Big Two, things get tense! Girls soccer has been on its way back over the last five or six years; today, it arrived. Final score: CCS 2-0 Moville CC...Girls soccer pundits say that the toughest games are in Ulster, but the girls needn't get complacent; at All-Ireland level, there's no such thing as an easy game. But with Mr. Sam Bogan at the helm, and maybe even a bit of luck, finally...this really could be our year!