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Show your Christmas Spirit with Barnardos

Another chance for students and staff of Colaiste an Atha to SHOW THEIR CHRISTMAS SPIRIT this Christmas. On Friday 12th December you are asked to wear you fav Christmas jumper/socks/hat/earrings/tinsel to schoo
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St. Vincent de Paul Food Appeal 2014

  The 3rd Year JCSP students are running our annual Food Appeal for St. Vincent de Paul.   Please give what you can. Here are some suggestions Christmas Cake/Pudding Christmas Selection boxes Biscuits
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Attendance Lottery

Well done to Marie Sutton (1C) who was the winner of the Attendance Lottery this week
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Meitheal Trip 2014 by Linda Murphy

  On the 28th of November the first years of Colaiste an Atha along with their teachers and Meitheail leaders went on a meitheail trip to Kippure estate. When we reached Kippure estate we went straight into a
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Megan selected for Ireland

Congratulations to Megan Cahill (3rd year) who has been selected for the Ireland U16 soccer team. Megan will head to Dublin this weekend for a training camp in preparation for upcoming international games.
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U15 Soccer

Well done to boys U15 soccer team who qualified for the semi-final of the Wexford/Wicklow region after an emphatic victory over Adamstown this morning. Harry Ellix opened the scoring with a fine header after 5
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Congratulations to 1A

  Congratulations to Mr. Breen and the students of 1A as winners of the ORGANISATION INITIATIVE. Students’ organisation was tracked over a period of 5 weeks and Mr. Breen’s tutor group recorded
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Holocaust Survivor Talk by Luke White

On October 2nd one of the last Holocaust survivors, Tomi Reichental, came to our school to share his experiences of living in Nazi occupied Slovakia during the World War II and surviving the horrifying conditio
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U17 Soccer

Hard luck to the U17 boys soccer team who lost 4-1 away to a very strong Gaelcholaiste na Mara, Arklow today. Best on the day were Mark Whittaker & Darryl Gray, with Conor Nolan scoring the goal for the boy