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  • Sporting Success Feb 2016
    Links News Gallery Work has now commenced on the construction of our new school Thanks to all students and parents for their great effort in supporting our fundraising walk Sporting Success Feb 2016 Nathan O Brien 1st Year has also had success in Boxing in his nomination for the Cadettes and as Best Boy Boxer 2015 by Wexford I A B A Nathan competed in the Mickey Andrews National Boxing

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  • Parent Teacher Meeting- 10th March 2016
    Ladder of Referral Meitheal Programme Mission Statement Pastoral Care Procedure Child Abuse Record Keeping Relationship Policy Schools Business Partnership History of the College Second Level Student Information Further Education Accounting Technician PLC Information Accounting Technician PLC Application Form Web Links News Gallery Work has now commenced on the construction of our new school Thanks to all students and parents for their great effort in supporting our fundraising walk Parent Teacher

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    advance of the Easter Rising centenary commemorations Every secondary school was represented yesterday Monday 7th March in what was the biggest public event to date to mark the centenary President Michael D Higgins told the gathering the Rising had been a stunningly ambitious act of imagination It is testament to the enormous success of the Easter Rising in capturing the imagination of the Irish people that the Tricolour flag which at the time was little known even among the rebels rapidly became accepted as the unquestioned symbol of the Irish independence movement Mr Higgins said Students were told how Thomas Meagher one of the Young Irelanders had modified the symbol of revolutionary France to suit the Irish context It had first been flown in Waterford in 1848 Pictured below is the Lord Mayor of Dublin Críona Ní Dhálaigh and First Year Colaiste Abbain students Interschools Show Jumping Laoise Doherty 1st Year took part in the Interschools Show Jumping event representing Coláiste Abbain in the singles on Saturday 27th February She narrowly lost out on 1st place by only 2 seconds Laoise claimed 2nd place which was a great achievement for herself and the school Sporting Success Feb 2016 Nathan O Brien 1st Year has also had success in Boxing in his nomination for the Cadettes and as Best Boy Boxer 2015 by Wexford I A B A Nathan competed in the Mickey Andrews National Boxing competition 2 and last weekend Saturday 27th Feb he won the Leinster Final in Boy 2 39kg 3rd Year student Jack Murphy picture below represented Wexford last weekend 21 2 16 winning the U15 Leinster Handball Semi Final against Carlow Hard luck to Jack as he was defeated on Saturday 27th Feb in the Leinster Final Congratulations also to Nikhitta O Leary Doyle 1st Year

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    everyone knows everyone friends and most of the teachers its small we can get extra help if we need it we know everyone in the school The atmosphere I like that I don t complain about coming to school I like the student teacher relationship you can have fun but you do work at the same time everyone gets on well and its like a family if your struggling with a subject the teacher helps you with it I like the fact that its fair and everyone is working together to get results at the end of the year the freedom i have to learn the way that works best for me the fact that s its such a small school and the teachers know us as individuals that the teachers are very helpful and kind and we isn t judged for being individuals students feel comfortable with speaking to teachers as a friend I like that we can have an opinion in class and the teachers are really nice the teachers The teachers usually let you express your ideas in classes like maths Irish English but most definitely in our practical classes and they re easy to hold up conversation with the variety of subjects and sports you can participate in and have plenty of options for your junior leaving cert The opportunities that we have and how we all are treated fairly most the time and we all are listened to and no one is left out How friendly everyone is to each other how the teachers make sure that we understand what we are learning how friendly the teachers are and how close everyone in the school are together when the teachers take time to help you with things that you are struggling with Project Work Colaiste

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  • News
    always welcome to visit the College and we view this partnership as very much contributing to our success as a College and to the reputation of Colaiste Abbain in the community Following this evening s meeting if you still feel you wish to talk to someone in person please do not hesitate to contact the main office and the staff will be delighted to arrange an appointment for you From speaking to students in various Primary Schools in our catchment areas here are some photographs as promised of school life in Colaiste Abbain Equestrian Success Athletics Success Debating Team Drama Awards Transition Year Trick or Treat Well done to our TY students who held a Bake Sale and Costume Party and raised 400 in the process for Temple Street Many thanks to our students parents for all the support Competition Winners In October 2015 Colaiste Abbains TY class entered a competition run by Wexford Mental Health Association This was called the Expressions project and is a new venture focusing on the theme of Positive mental health is The project aims to promote awareness amongst young people of the importance of positive mental health and the causes and effects of mental illness The TY students expressed their views on what they thought positive mental health is through a thought provoking drama and creative artwork dance production of a calendar and board game They also coordinated an art competition to promote mental health within the school community All their hard work paid off when they received first prize and were deemed overall winners of the competition Mental Health Ireland Wexford Mental Health Association launch campaign in Adamstown Mental Health Ireland launched a new poster campaign in Adamstown on Friday 4th September Wexford Mental Health Association also launched their Expressions project The awareness

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    must return application forms to the office on Monday 17 th August at 9 30am Continued Success in Leinsters Congratulations to Kathlyn Furlong 5 th Year who finished 2 nd in the Shot Put and 4 th in the Hammer Throw in the Leinsters on Sunday Based on this performance Kathlyn was selected for the Leinster Schools Track and Field Squad Kathlyn will now train with this squad for the upcoming Interprovincial Tailteann Games which will be held in Morton Stadium Santry on June 19 th The Tailteann Games is the main trial for selecting the Irish Schools Team for this year s Schools International which will be held in Glasgow Scotland in July Colaiste Abbain wishes Kathlyn continued success in these upcoming events Sporting Success Congratulations to Brandon Sinnott 2 nd Year who was 2nd in the South Leinster Junior Boys 200m Final and 4 th in the 100m Final He competes now in the Leinster Finals in Santry on the 13th May KathlynFurlong won the Intermediate Hammer by throwing 54m breaking the current record by a remarkable 10m in the process She came 3 rd in the Shot Putt Well done to both students on fantastic performances Garda Vetting For TY LCVP PLC students in 2015 16 Garda Vetting of students is relevant where 1 Transition Year Programmes LCVP are held in a Post Primary School and these students would be going on work experience 2 Where a PLC College runs side by side with a Post Primary school Garda Vetting will apply to relevant WWETB courses and programmes Where this is necessary you will be required to complete a Garda Vetting Form giving permission for information to be obtained from the Garda Central Vetting Unit regarding all convictions and or prosecutions successful or not pending or completed

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    to John Dwyer who facilitated a Workshop for 2nd 5th Yr students on the theme of Cyber Bullying John has gained the status as an expert in the subjects of bullying and cyber bullying His excellent oratory and listening skills allied to his relaxed manner engaged the students and encouraged openness on the subject matter Our Tri Colur Flag Colaiste Abbain Students who represented the college in Cork on Thursday March 12th They were presented with our National Flag by president Michael D Higgins Run a muck Congratulations to our students who had a fantastic day out in Kildare last Saturday 7th March at the Run a muck event Many thanks to our Parents Associoation for facilitating a wonderful fundraising event Special thanks to Pauline Kavanagh for her vision and commitment 5th Year LCVP Enterprise Project Spotlight APD was founded in October 2014 by 5th Year LCVP students APD stands for Advertise Print and Design Our Mission was to assist Clonroche Pantomine Society in their advertising marketing and PR campaigns We believed we were a creative and imaginative bunch of young people and we could do it The Pantomine Society in Clonroche were willing to give us a chance to

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    walk JCSP Make a Book Entry Great fun was had by all last Friday in Cork when group of first and second year students visited the JCSP Make a Book Exhibition We were delighted to showcase our contribution Land of the Proverb to this nationwide exhibition of creative work Students had the opportunity to let their imaginations run riot and make a book about the old proverbs To help illustrate their imaginative written word they also produced an inspired piece of art depicting an old school house fireplace from the 1920 s with associated memorabilia The origins and meanings of the proverbs were beautifully illustrated in book form and demonstrates excellent cross curricular involvement with the Art English Irish History Geography and Woodwork Departments Feedback was very encouraging and the National Director of the JCSP programme was high in her praise for this initiative The exhibition will shortly go on tour into selected venues across County Wexford in the future Mock Exams Feb 2015 Mock Examinations commence on Thursday 5th February 3rd Year Mock Exam Timetable Students are in school 9am 3 30pm for duration of Mock Timetable 6th Year Mock Exam Timetable Students are allowed to go home when exams finish Extra Curricular News Jan 2015 Best of luck to the Senior Ladies Soccer Team who play Bridgetown away on Fri 09 01 15 and also to the U18 Gaelic Football Team who play Ramsgrange at home 11am Christmas Raffle Results Raffle Winners Walter Redmond Bree Ciara Ashton Bree Mary HughesColaiste Abbain Siobhan HynesAdamstown Mary MoranBree Ann BerryTaghmon Simon Ryan Newbawn Caragh Ni NuallainColaiste Abbain Bill FlanaganClonroche Karen O Neill ScallanScullabogue Cillian DempseyColaiste Abbain Michael McClementsAdamstown Timmy Murphy Taghmon Judy FurlongAdamstown Sean FurlongAdamstown Chloe Quirke WalshGuesserane Best Individual Sellers of Tickets Steven Coady Bradley Rochford David Finn Megan Butler

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