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Dunmore Caves – 3rd yr Geography

Today Ms. O’ Connor, Ms. Farrell and 52 3rd years went to see the Dunmore Caves in Kilkenny. A review and photos of the field trip can be seen under the photos tab of the school website. A great day was h
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Rugby V’s Kilkenny College – Friday 1st

Hard luck to our rugby team who had to settle for ‘2nd place’ in their match V’s Kilkenny College on Friday. Coláiste an Átha played very well according to Mr. Wheelock and deserved victory.
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Hunter Trials March 2nd

Well done to Stephen Mitten, Erica Whittaker and Anna Doyle who competed in Hunter Trials at the weekend. Stephen was very unlucky not to be placed after jumping a clear round, he just missed out by a matter of
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Easter Raffle 2013 – Crumlin’s Children’s Hopsital

Easter Quiz 2013 This year’s annual Easter quiz is being organised by the JCSP second year students. The quiz and raffle is organised to raise money for St. Michael’s ward in Crumlin Children’s Hospital.
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Ski Trip Feb 2013

Another school tour, another success! The students of Colaiste an Atha have once again proven how fantastic they are when representing our school abroad. This is my 6th tour with the school and I am proud to s
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Soccer Vs Wexford VC

Hard Luck to our boys soccer team who lost 3-2 to Wexford VC today. Well done all the players who took part.
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FETAC Level 6 in Agriculture

Coláiste an Átha is delighted to announce that following the huge success of its’ FETAC Level 5 Certificate in Agriculture which was launched last year, 2013 will see the launch of the newly Department
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Jersey Day Jan 15th

Well done to our 6th years who raised €330 on the Friday before Midterm break. Half of the money raised goes to Aoibheann’s Cancer Fund and the other half to towards the cost of the Graduation. Thank yo
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Annual Book Drive March 7th

We are delighted to announce that our annual Book Drive will take place on Thursday 7th March and we hope that everyone will get involved. Ms Casey works tirelessly every year to ensure that our library is well
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ISPCC Teenfocus

The ISPCC provides a free, comprehensive, community based one to one support service (including out of hours access) to children and young people who may be experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties.