You can download the powerpoint presentation from our information evening here.
Today Dr. Berry bid farewell to CBC Monkstown after 33 years. Dr. Gerry Berry has had a huge impact on CBC during the last 33 years, the last 9 as principal. His farewell was a celebration of all that is great about CBC as he was cheered by pupils, staff, past pupils, former colleagues and his family.
more to come....
From September 2018, Our Sports gear will be manufactured and supplied by Adidas. We will be having a fitting day next Thursday May 31st from 2-3pm for current pupils, and 3-5pm for incoming 1st years in September 2018.
Don't worry if you can't make the fitting, all of the items will be available to order online in the coming weeks.
Congratulations to all those who won Awards at our Annual Sports Awards today.
Some winners include
Eoin Quinn (3rd year) Sports Personality of the Year
Liam Forster (4th year) Senior Cup Team Rugby Player of the Year
Harry Crossan (6th year) Senior Tennis Player of the Year
Harry Wall (5th year) Senior Table Tennis Player of the Year
Daniel Heeney (3rd year) Junior Cup Team Player of the Year
A full list will be published soon.
For the first time, the rugby coaches picked a team of the year. This team is made up of players from 1st to 6th year who have worked hard and performed well this year and exemplified what CBC rugby is all about. Congrats lads!
Dr. Berry was also presented with an award by Mr. Montayne for his outstanding contribution to CBC Sport for the last 33 years.
There will be a final Clothes Collection next week in CBC in aid of the Zambian Immersion Project. Please drop off unwanted clothes or bed linen to reception before May 25th.
So far our clothes collections have raised over €1,300 this year.
Third year student, Donncha Murphy, was the runner-up at the recent national final of the Junior Mace Debating Championships.
The finals day was held on Saturday in St. Conleth's College in Ballsbridge. CBC was represented by Donncha (3EOA) and Charlie Garland O'Connor (2ROD). In order to qualify for the national finals day, the two boys had to participate in a number of qualification competitions and finish in the top speakers in all of them. The competition was entered by over 300 students all over the island.
On the finals, the best eight speakers after three debates qualified for the grand final. Donncha finished runner-up in the debate where he was proposing the motion that "the Irish education system fails students".
CBC has been really well represented by students in the competition all year and we're very proud of all their success.
Charity Karaoke dinner on this Saturday night in Victoria restaurant Monkstown, in aid of the Zambia Immersion Project.
Contact Ms O'Connor in the school to book your table!