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Transition Year Manchester Trip! - 17 May 2015

On the 30th of April Colaiste Lorcain’s Transition Years, along with, Ms Wafer, Ms Gavigan and Mr McGovern left Castledermot at 6am and headed to Dublin port to catch a ferry to Holyhead. Once we arrived it was back to our bus and off to Cheshire Oaks, a large outlet store
near Manchester. We had a great time here hunting for bargains and checking out the all the designers shops. Having finished our shopping we drove to our hotel, The Premier Inn, and made a beeline to our bedrooms!

 After some time to unpack and freshen up we had dinner at  the hotel before leaving for a local bowling alley. Everyone had lots of fun playing pool and other arcade games, as well as some great rounds of bowling! The next day we were up bright and early again as we were off to Alton

Towers right after breakfast! We arrived at the theme park right on
time and made a beeline for all the best roller coasters! I have to
say I was really impressed by the place and had a brilliant time.
Traffic slowed our journey to the hotel, so it was straight to dinner
once off the bus. After dinner we travelled to The Trafford Centre, a
massive shopping centre nearby, where  we went to the cinema.

On day three we enjoyed a lie in, before heading to The Trafford Centre
for shopping, a lot of shopping! We left laden with bags and after a
quick drive we arrived at Old Trafford, the football stadium. We were
here to watch a match between West Brom and Manchester United. After
watching the players arrive, we took some group photos and had time to
look around and soak up the pre-match atmosphere before heading to our
seats. Once the match had started we were soon caught up in the
excitement of the fans around us. Unfortunately for the Manchester
United supporters around us the home team were beaten! Outside the
stadium we waited to see the players leave and were lucky enough to
get some of the players to take selfies with us and give out
autographs. Back at the hotel we enjoyed a late dinner and an even
later curfew!

We had an early start to our last day and after some rushed packing we
boarded our bus and set off to Old Trafford. Here we were given a tour
of the stadium. We got access to all areas of the stadium, such as the
press room, the directors’ seats and even the players’ dressing rooms.
I’m not a soccer fan, but all the same I really enjoyed this tour and
I learned a lot. After the tour it was back to the bus, which brought
us to Holyhead where we boarded the same ferry we arrived on. Once
back in Dublin, we boarded the bus for the last time and headed for home.
We arrived back in Castledermot church car park bang on time at 7pm, where our
parents were waiting for us. We were all super tired and will cherish great
memories of a wonderful trip!


 By Laura Corrigan, TY


 
Coláiste Lorcáin's Annual Mill Walk Fundraiser - 11 May 2015

Our annual Mill Walk Fundraiser will take place on Firday 15th May.  Can all students please return their sponsorship cards for Thursday the 14th of May. We thank our local community for their contribution in support of our long standing tradition here at Coláiste Lorcáin.

 

 
Boys Basketball New Kit 2015 - 28 April 2015

Our boys basketball team have now received a brand new kit.  The kit now comprises of a newly designed jersey and shorts in striking black and yellow. We would like to thank our proud sponsors Raths and Londis for their generous local support. We wish the boys well with their new threads. 

 

School News

Evening Study Begins Wed. 6th January: Please Forward Names to Ms Campbell
15/12/2015 11:41 | Colaiste Lorcain Community College

Evening Study Begins Wed. 6th January


 
Thank you to Keith Kenny and everyone who took part in our Christmas Fair
02/12/2015 12:07 | Colaiste Lorcain Community College

A successful Christmas Fair and Cookery Demo by Keith Kenny took place last weekend at Colaiste Lorcain. Many thanks to all who helped out and contributed to the evening. You can follow Keith at @CreativeChef and check out his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/keith.kenny.50 for more recipes and tips.


 
Christmas Fair and Cookery Demo - Friday 27th Nov. @ Colaiste Lorcain
10/11/2015 10:41 | Colaiste Lorcain Community College

 


 

Student News

Did someone say Dragon Boating? By Adanya Hott, TY
30/09/2015 16:10 | TY Students

With the new school year back in full swing, Coláiste Lorcáin's Tys are back in action. On the seventh of September we had our first outing. Three teachers from the P.E. department brought us into Carlow for Dragon boating. Dragon boating is a team rowing activity which, in our case, consisted of sixteen people per team. One person is in charge of steering the boat, another person is the drummer whose job is to keep the rowers synchronized while the last fourteen paddle.


 
Ember Retreat 2015 By Laura Corrigan, 5th year
30/09/2015 16:09 | Senior Cycle Students

From Tuesday the 8th of September to Thursday the 10th, Colaiste


 
TY Tramore Surfing Trip By Emma Gately TY
30/09/2015 16:08 | TY Students

On Thursday 10th of September 2015, following the Junior Cert result night, the Transition Year class, as well as three of the teachers at Coláiste Lorcáin  went on a surfing trip to Tramore beach, to celebrate the students various achievements the day before.


 

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Upcoming Events

 

1st Year Parent-Teacher Meeting 4-6.30pm
Monday 8 February
Mid Term Break
Monday 15 February
2nd Year Parent-Teacher Meeting 4-6.30pm
Tuesday 23 February
Staff Meeting 3:45-5:45pm
Wednesday 2 March
6th Class Assessment Day
Saturday 5 March
TY Parent-Teacher Meeting 4-6.30pm
Thursday 10 March
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We aim, as a school, to develop all aspects of the individual student and to provide an education that is relevant to his/her needs and which will prepare him/her for life and living in the modern world. As part of this, we help our students to attain the highest academic standards, each to the level of their ability.

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