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Coláiste an Átha Choir by Millie Cassidy

  Coláiste an Átha choir is a 25 member choir with students from 1st to 6th year. The choir is led by Ms Kennedy the music teacher. They performed Christmas songs at the TY Christmas market earlier this
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My TY by Ciara Doyle

    On Friday, the 25th of November, our TY and LCA class held the first ever Christmas market in our school. The market consisted of stalls with various products on sale. The event was held to raise fund
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My TY by Megan Jordan

For my week of work experience I worked in a hairdressers called Fringe Salon. It is owned by Linda Gallagher who works alone. I worked from Tuesday till Saturday. The salon was in walking distance of my house
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My TY by Brona Kirwan- Comhairle na nÓg AGM

I attended last year’s Comhairle Na nÓg Annual General Meeting. After a day of work shops and debating I was chosen to become a member of  Comhairle Na nÓg for the next two years. I am now in my second
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My TY by Shane Cahill- Coláiste an Átha v Creagh College

Kilmuckridge got off to a great start scoring 6 points in the first 10 minutes. Creagh pulled it back though playing into a strong breeze. Darryl gray made a great run just before half time striking the ball in
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My LCA by Lauren Byrne

The reason i have chosen LCA leaving cert applied because I think I have a better chance on passing the leaving cert in 2018. I find it so much easier to concentrate better in class as I fell behind so much cla
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My LCA by Andrew Greenslade.

My name is Andrew Greenslade and I’m in Leaving Certificate Applied or in other words LCA II. Firstly I think having the addition of three Active Leisure classes has greatly improved the overall mood of L
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My TY by Harry Ellix

On the 4th of October Coláiste an Átha took part in the county athletic games. We left the school at 9 A.M and set on our way for Enniscorthy. The day proved historic for our school as we won the county athle
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My TY by Leah Kehoe

On the Friday, 23rd September, I was chosen along with Kyle Nobbs to represent the school Cycle Against Suicide Ambassador Awards at the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham  . We left at 9 in the morning and trave
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Ms Waldron to run the Dublin Marathon.

On Sunday 30th October the legend that is Ms Waldron will take on the mammoth task of running all 26.2 miles of the Dublin Marathon. As a talented athlete Ms Waldron has decided to use the opportunity to raise