Gaelcholáiste Cheitinn getting stuck in at Traenáil rugbaí - Rugby training on Thursday after school.
Some of the students from Gaelcholáiste Cheitinn getting stuck in at Traenáil rugbaí - Rugby training on Thursday after school. Let us hope it will be as successful as our football and basketball teams and bring the students as much enjoyment. Sports has become an important part of our school, and is encouraged, as it promotes the health and wellbeing of our students.
Gaelcholàiste Chéitinn 3rd year Science and 5th & 6th year Biology students at their Ecology fieldwork session in Fota Wildlife Park.
Gaelcholàiste Chéitinn 3rd year Science and 5th & 6th year Biology students at their Ecology fieldwork session in Fota Wildlife Park. They had a fantastic day and really enjoyed the hands on aspect of their field trip. This type of field trip allows the students to experience first hand the work of science outside of a classroom environment, making the participation of the students a memorable excercise.
Our Tipperary ETB student award recipients photographed with Special Guest, Tipperary Senior Hurler, Mr Dan McCormack with the Liam McCarthy Cup; Tipperary
ETB Chief Executive, Ms Fionuala McGeever (left) and Tipperary ETB Chairperson, Cllr John Hogan (right)
Students from Gaelcholáiste Cheitinn Transition year class went to Coláiste Uisce in Belmullet a coastal Gaeltacht town with a population of around 1,000 on the Mullet Peninsula in the barony of Erris, County Mayo and took part in a variety of activities such as archery, climbing wall, water sports and team building exercises. The students had a wonderful experience and it was a fantastic bonding activity.
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