2018 Gaisce trip to Killarney

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This year some Transition Years went to Killarney as part of the Gaisce Awards.

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TY Ceilí Mór

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Regina Mundi visited Roco for a Ceilí during Seachtain Na Gaeilge.

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Fourth Year School Tour to Munich

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This year our school tour was to Munich, Germany. The tour was for four days from the 23rd of March to the 26th of March. They visited Dachau Concentration Camp, Salt Mines and Documentation Centre in Obersalzberg, Munich city, the BMW Centre, the Olympic Stadium and other places.  Thanks too Mr. Barry, Mr. Barrett, Mr. Connich, Mrs. Levelle and Mr. Lordan for organising the trip.

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Chinese Trip

The Study in China 2018 Easter Camp Program is a two-week program in Shanghai. It
is jointly organised by UCC Confucius Institute, Irish Institute of Chinese Studies (UCC)
and Shanghai University and sponsored by the Headquarters of Confucius Institute
(Hanban). It provides an opportunity for non-Chinese students in Irish second level
schools (mainly Transition Year students) to visit China and to learn its language and
culture. This year James Atchison went from Transition Year on this trip.

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European Union Student Parliament

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The project went extremely well and we all really enjoyed ourselves. There was 68 students, ranging in age from 15 to 17 years, from 17 schools in Cork City and Cork County. Day 1 and Day 2 were held on campus in CIT with a visit to Blackrock Castle Observatory in the evening of Day 1 for the scientific tour, moon viewing, activities, RedFM DJ and tasty food. Day 3 was held in the Council Chamber in Cork’s City Hall with attendance by the Lord Mayor of Cork who presented each of the students with their certificates. The debates were quite robust on this occasion with perhaps not as many claims making it to the final resolution document as with previous parliament, the competitive aspect of debating perhaps overtook at times but this was the democratic process at work and the students relished both in delivering their claims and having to robustly defend them upon challenge. It was great to see the next generation’s passion on what affects their planet in terms of fossil fuels, etc. and how they would like to see the future of mobility develop into a sustainable transport plan which has positive impacts for all.

James Atchison, Matthew McCarthy, Ruadhan Dolan and James Power all represented our school at the parliament.

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4th Year Harmony Program

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All our T.Y.’s had a great time rapping at the Harmony Program!

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4th Year Cross Country 2017

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All of our T.Y.’s after the cross country run.

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4th Year B.T. Young Scientist Entry

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4th Year students Daniel Cremin and Cathal O’Regan at the B.T. Young Scientist competition in Dublin. Their project was hypnotic susceptibility and whether age and gender are factors that effect hypnotic susceptibility.

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4th Year Film Studies Module

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4th Year students creating their very own movie, during the Film Studies Module.

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4th Year Strength and Conditioning Module

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4th Year class 4C doing strength and conditioning for their module.

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