Congratulations to Colm Joyce-Ahearne (Leaving Certificate 2014)on receiving a J.P.McManus All-Ireland scholarship. Colm was one of four students from Wexford to receive the award. He was presented with his award by J.P McManus and Minister Jan O’Sullivan at a presentation in U.L. on Saturday 8th November. The scholarship was awarded on the basis of Colm’s Leaving Certificate results.
Kevin Birney was the winner of our slogan competition that was run during our Anti-Bullying week. He was awarded his prize today, February 7th, by Mr. McMahon. Kevins slogan “Stay Strong” won him a pair of Beats! Well Done Kevin.
Pictured are some of our Junior Cert class of 2011-2012 who gained A’s at higher level. Congratulations boys. Keep up the good work! More photos in our website gallery.
During Anti-Bullying week we ran a number of competitions. Below are photos of the very worthy winners.
Essay Competition winners.
Mr. McMahon, Luke Jackman, Robert Donnelly, Christopher Thomas, Abdullah Amin.
Art Competition winners.
Back: Mr. McMahon, Conor Byrne, Tony Crosbie
Front: Patrick Malec, Jack Smyth, Alex Edyt, Nathan Furlong.
Poetry Competition winners.
Mr. McMahon, Aaron Goodison, Sam McSherry, David Okegbile, Ibar Quirke.
Congratulations to Hwan Lee, Transition Year, who was awarded a silver medal at the Irish EU Science Olympiad held in Dublin City University on October 27th 2012.Hwan was selected to participate in the competition having gained an ‘A’ in Higher Level Mathematics in his Junior Certificate. Hwan competed in the Irish EU Science Olympiad (IrEUSO) for students born on or after 1st January 1996.The top three students were awarded gold medals with the next three silver medals. The gold and silver medal winners now form a panel from which the Irish team will be selected to represent Ireland at the European Union Science Olympiad in Luxembourg from 17th 24th March 2013
Leaving Cert. Award
Congratulations to James Bennett who was awarded the Student Of The Year 2011 based on his Leaving Cert results. James secured a whopping 590pts. making his parents and school extremely proud. He was awarded his medal of honour by the Past Pupils Association recently. James is currently studying Spannish and French at Trinity College, Dublin. Best wishes for the future James from all at Colaiste Eamonn Ris.
The award for Best Results and the Tony Boland Medal went to Colm Joyce-Ahearne who achieved a remarkable result of nine A’s. Margret Boland presented the medal. Thank you to Mrs. Sinnott for organising the event.