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ATHLETICS SUCCESS

 

The first track and field event of the school calendar took place at the Hub Enniscorthy last Wednesday. The WWETB track and field is organised and run by teachers of the participating schools. A total of 9 secondary schools participated with over 300 students participating on the day. Colaiste Abbain were well represented with over 40 athletes.
Throughout the day students participated to the best of their ability in every event and it truly showed with the impressive medal haul after the conclusion of the event. We also had a number of athletes who just placed outside of the medals but competed with distinction.
On the day through individual events we brought back 4 individual Gold, 7 silver and 3 bronze medals from the following students
Megan Butler – 1st in the Senior Shot Putt.
Amy Miller – 2nd in the Senior Shot Putt.
Sophie Codd – 1st in Senior High Jump & Long Jump, 3rd in the senior 100m.
Leon Sinnott – 2nd in the Senior 100m
Graham O’ Reilly – 2nd in the Senior 200m & 3rd in the Senior Long Jump.
Sean Woods – 3rd in the intermediate 1500m.
Owen Payne – 1st in the Junior High Jump & 2nd in the Junior Shot Putt.
Shannon Wright – 2nd in the Junior Long Jump
Philip Kearns – 2nd in the Junior 100m & 200m
We also had a very successful medal haul in the sprint relay events finishing:
1st in the Junior Boys - Ryan O’ Connor, Donny McDonald, Eoin Roche & Philip Kearns.
3rd in the Intermediate Boys - Lee Dunne, James Whitty, Jamie Fitzpatrick & Colm Dunne.
3rd in the Senior Boys Relay - Stephan O’ Dwyer, Graham O’ Reilly, Leon Sinnott & Shane Finn.
Our Girls senior and intermediate relay teams narrowly missed out on the medals both finishing in 4th. The teams were made up of:
Intermediate – Shannon Wright, Katie Sweetman, Rachel Cullen & Alanna Delaney.
Finally thanks to Eileen Codd (5th year), Mr Tynan, Mrs. Erskins & Mr. Larkin for organising and ensuring the event was run smoothly on the day.
 
 
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NUMERACY IN ASSESSMENT

All students in Coláiste Abbáin should be plotting their results from class assessments in their progress charts in the back of the student diary. This will encourage students to reflect on their progress in that subject during the academic year and to identify aspects of their coursework assessment that they need to revise more thoroughly and improve before the Summer and Christmas assessment.

 

 

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PAST STUDENT PROFILE JOHNNY WATERS

 

Hi, my name is Johnny Waters. I attended Coláiste Abbáin from 1994 until 1999.I have great memories from there and I made great friends there also to which I still keep in touch with.  My fondest memory would have to be winning an All-Ireland Vocational school football medal. As I am a big GAA fan that was big highlight.  I work now as a self-employed carpenter /supervisor and I am currently working on a project on Kilkenny ,which is an  old listed building that holds an enormous amount of heritage and culture and it demands a lot of care and attention and is very time consuming ,but once it is completed it will be fantastic. To bring a building over 150 years from a rundown derelict state back to its original condition will give me great satisfaction.

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A lovely write up by a past student. Fantastic to see our hard working past students doing so well for themselves

Board of Management 2018/19

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Following an election at the Parents Association AGM on Thursday 25th September 2018, Martin Smyth will take up the parent representative vacancy on the school's Board of Management. We wish him every success. Thank you to all candidates who went forward for the position.

 

Dates of Meetings for BOM 2018/19

  • Wednesday 12th September 2018The board of Management (BOM) met on Wednesday 12 September 2018. Click Here for Agreed Report. 
  • Wednesday 7th November 2018
  • Wednesday 23rd January 2019
  • Wednesday 6th March 2019
  • Wednesday 8th May 2019

Child Safeguarding Statement 2018

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At the first Board of Management (BOM) meeting (12/09/18) the board ratified the schools Child Safeguarding Statement for the current academic year (2018/19).The BOM is mindful of its legal requirements in this regard.  Click Here to download .

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