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Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Showcase Diana Award

We are proud to have been selected as an Anti-Bullying Ambassador Showcase School 2016. Lead ambassador students received our Diana Award in recognition of the tremendous work daltaí have initiated and developed to promote anti-bullying strategies in our school at Facebook European Headquarters, Dublin on 27th April 2016. 

  

 

  

2016 commemorations

In Celbridge Community School we celebrated the 2016 commemorations through various events though out the months March to May. 

   

 Rith 2016

 

 

 

 

  

   St. Patricks Day and Seachtain Na Gaeilge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visit to the GPO

Student council reps visit our premises in Mooretown

Congratualous to our newly elected student council reps. The 2015/2016 first year student council consists of Amanda Auglys and Ethan Claffey representing Rang Gormely, Beatrice Cornea and Michael Brophy representing Rang Mac Diarmada and Ella Locke and Kiki Oladehin representing Rang O'Se. They started off their term as reps with a visit to our building on the new premises in Moorefield, Celbridge. They are all happy with the progress that is been made in Moorefield. 

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Coding Pilot with Intel

Celbridge Community School is delighted to have been selected as one of 19 schools for a Junior Cycle Coding initiative from over 120 entries from post-primary schools from all over the country. Coding is an integral component of the curriculum in our school, as we seek to equip students with the skills that they will need to meet the challenges of the 21st century in a stimulating and invigorating fashion.

Celbridge CS teachers Fionn O’Shea and Tadhg O’Connell were among 50 junior cycle teachers who spent a day exploring Coding at the Intel Ireland Campus in Leixlip, with the company also making a donation of 900 Galileo Gen 2 Boards and teacher kits to 19 post-primary schools.

The training day and donation are part of a collaborative initiative between Intel Ireland, Lero – The Irish Software Research Centre – and Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT).The project is designed to support schools and teachers in exploring the Coding short course now available under the Framework for Junior Cycle 2015. Students will engage in technology and design-related activities with the use of these state-of the-art resources. 

 

Irish Independant Article

 

         

Visit to the Dail

On Tuesday the 19th students got the opportunity to visit the dail and get a tour of the government building. Students got the chance to see the role of a TD and what they do for our country every day.

They visited the Seanad and had the opportunity to sit in the debate about protecting the term Physiotherapist and Physical Therapist.

 

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