Mary Byron, Colaiste teacher and contributor, presents a copy of “Daughter’s of Dun Iascaigh” to Peter Creedon, Principal to mark the centenary of women in Ireland voting for the first time.
Coláiste Dún Iascaigh in Cahir was Shaking All Over last week as the school rocked to the music of The King. The Elvis Presley musical ‘All Shook Up’ played to packed houses and standing ovations for four performances. The Coláiste’s annual show has become a beacon of super acting, glorious singing and magnificent dancing. 2019’s […]
The day consisted of many different activities. First we tested different equipment such as a pooter, pitfall trap sweep net and more. We also found out about the story of the universe. Then we went onto variety of species where we chose five vertebrates and learnt how they adapt to their environment -eg. a pine […]
Below is a video on our student’s views on Student’s Council, Academic performance, Extra-curricular, Mentoring, Discipline and finally a comedy sketch from a parent’s perspective. Students appearing in this video include: Adam Barrett, Emily Burke, James Browne, Weronika Dymarkowska, Becca English Aoife Fahey,Ellen Maher, Kevin O’Connor and Shauna O’Dwyer.
Four second year students of Colaiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir as part of LEO Tipperary Student Enterprise Programme have with the guidance, support and encouragement of Business Teacher, Ms Harrahill and Student Enterprise co-ordinator Sue Anne O’ Donnell have designed a unique sports glove which solves a problem for all players of hockey, rugby and football […]
Coláiste Dún Iascaigh students Leah Brannigan, Shauna O’Dwyer, Lorraine Burke and Elina Jermakova have been chosen to to travel to Lourdes from June 6th to 11th this year. The students will travel as volunteer assistants on the Special Needs pilgrimage which runs annually. This is the fifteenth consecutive year that the Coláiste under the direction […]
Congratulations to Colaiste Dun Iascaigh student Max Zimmann on his exceptional Junior Certificate German exam result. Max’s ‘exceptional results in his Junior Certificate Examination, has seen him shortlisted to take part in a three-week language scholarship programme in Germany this summer. The PAD scholarship is provided by the German Pedagogical Exchange Service and is funded […]
Coláiste Dún Iascaigh’s debating team are Tipperary’s sole representative in this year’s Munster Debating Championship. This is the largest non-sporting competition in Munster. It is for senior cycle students with an interest in debating. There are five rounds of debate which are held by the Philosophical Society in UCC and across schools in Munster and […]
Coláiste Dún Iascaigh student Cian Murphy captained the Ireland under 18 boys’ soccer team in the recent Centenary Shield competition against Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England. Cian’s experience of captaining the school team that went 4 years unbeaten in all competitions winning 2 Munster finals and reaching All Ireland final in the process, obviously […]