New at CBS Nenagh
20 Apr 2018
Nenagh CBS U14 Rice Cup panel who attended a blitz in Kilkenny recently. The boys reached the final but were beaten by a strong Kilkenny CBS side. The boys hurled very well on the day and enjoyed the day out.
Peter Armitage and Paul Seymour, 2nd yr. CBS, Angela Hogan and Peter Gohery, Directors, Embrace Farm, Chairperson, North Tipperary IFA, Imelda Walsh and Michelle Forde, St Joseph’s CBS at a talk on Farm Safety. This is the second year of the presentation of this very important issue for rural Ireland and our young farming community at the school. A mass commemorating those who have lost their lives in accidents on Irish farms will take place this year on Sunday the 24th of June, in the Church of the Most Holy Rosary, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois. A donation to assist the work of the organisation was presented to Embrace Farm by Ms. Forde and the students at the end of the talk.
Scholarship to the Ghaeltacht winners from CBS Nenagh
Seo buaiteoirí na scoláireachtaí Gaeilge ó Mheánscoil na mBráithre Críostaí. Ó chlé…Ben Ó Chonchubhair, Conchubhair Ó Shíochán, Tomás Ó Chinnéide agus Oisín Ó Chonchubhair.
Caithfidh na daltaí seo trí seachtaine sa Ghaeltacht i bPort Lairge i rith an tsamhraidh ag cur feabhas ar a gcuid Gaeilge. Go n-éirí go geal leo.
TY Students from St. Joseph’s CBS find their rhythm at the Wassa Wassa Tribal Drumming workshop at the school recently.