There are some brilliant photos of our Transition Years' amazing Musical in our gallery here.
Thanks to Michael Chester @ChesterPics for the photos.
Congratulations to the new Irish Senior Schools Mace Debating Champions Jack Palmer and Luke Holmes.
Jack and Luke overcame tough opponents on their way to the title on Saturday winning all of their rounds. Jack finished top of the tab.
Séamus Ó Seamróga singing CBCs Anthem song Tar Abhaile with Mr Rooney’s first year music class for Seachtain na Gaeilge
Congratulations to the Senior Rugby Squad following their victory in the Vinnie Murray Cup Final against CUS yesterday.
To the players, coaches, their families and all the supporters this year we say a massive thank you all for your support this year.
There are articles below on the Irish Independent website Leinster Website and photos from Sportsfile
David O'Reilly takes quick dip in Forty Foot before 200km walk to Galway
Great to have our Transition Years joining Dave for the start of his charity walk to Galway to raise funds for Crumlin Childrens' Hospital @CMRF_Crumlin
You can donate here
There is an article about the walk here on the Independent website here.
Congratulations to James O'Donoghue who won the Leinster Final of the National Junior Mace Debating Championships on Saturday. In order to get to the final, James had to compete against 300 other students from schools around Leinster in three preliminary rounds. On Saturday, the top 72 speakers arrived in CBC to compete in the finals day. There were four debates before the top eight speakers were announced for the final.
Joining James in the final were Leon Reilly from CBC as well students from Belevedere College, Loreto Beaufort, Castleknock Community College and PS Setanta. They debated the motion was that "this house believes social media has a positive influence on politics". James was on the opposition side during the debate. The final was chaired by Keelin Shanley from RTE's SixOne news.
There was also success for CBC students Conor Coveney and Charlie Garland O'Connor who both qualified for the national finals day based on their performance. This was the first time we have hosted a round of the competition and are delighted that the day went so well. Particularly thanks must go to all the students who helped out on the day, in the setting up of rooms and the hall, the serving of lunch and the other duties needed to run the day so well.
Tickets for our Transition Year Musical in association with Loreto Foxrock will go on sale from Monday March 4th.
The Musical will run for 4 nights from March 26th -29th.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
Thank you to those who came to the TY parent teacher meeting and subject choice presentations.
You can find a revised version of the Powerpoint presentations here.
We generally offer 21 Subjects: Aside from English, Irish, Maths & French/German, select your top 5 choices
Design & Communications Graphics
Economics (New Course)
Students select top 5 in order of top choice first and so on
Subjects have to be grouped so the desired combination may not be obtainable but we will try to accommodate all requirements as best we can
TY ‘Walk the Walk with Crumlin’
Monday March 4th
Today David, a past pupil of CBC, will start walking from Dublin (the Forty Foot) to Galway (Salthill) to raise funds for CMRF Crumlin. TY students will walk with David on the first half hour of his journey.
Leaving CBC after Tutor, returning for 11:10 am
You can sponsor David here
Circus Skills Workshop
Thursday March 7th
Groups and times to be confirmed
‘Future Sparks’ Festival
Thursday March 14th
All Day at the RDS, Ballsbridge
All TY pupils
Cinema Trip ‘The Chess Player’
Thursday March 21st
All TY pupils
The Musical - Back to the 80's
Monday March 25th – Friday March 29th
During the week of the Musical TY will attend timetabled classes from 11:10 am.