Category: Extra-curricular

Extra-curricular

Junior Cert – Other Areas of Learning (OAL)

Junior Cycle Profile of Achievements – Other Area’s of Learning 2019/20 Students have many opportunities to engage with a range of other learning experiences in their junior cycle programme. These play a critical role in ensuring that students are provided with a broad and balanced educational experience, as envisaged through the Framework for Junior Cycle. …

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Junior Champions

Congratulations to our Junior Boys who were crowned Connaught Champions following a well deserved win over Aloysius Athlone. Well done to Mr. Egan, Norman O’Brien and all the panel.

SCIENCE DEBATING VICTORY

The All-Ireland Finals of Debating Science Issues (DSI) will take place on 29 April 2015 at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 123 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 1.  Through a process of single elimination, the field of 32 secondary schools were narrowed to just four representing all four provinces in Ireland.  The All-Ireland DSI …

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Connacht Track and Field Finals 2014

10 Athletes headed to Athlone today to compete in Connacht Finals after qualifying at North Connacht meet: Aisling Joyce 800m Darra Deane 100m Allannah Duffy, Annie Duffy and Paddy Feerick: 800m Oran O’Malley and Tommy Conroy: Long Jump Isabelle Cummins: 200m Sarah Quinn: 75m and 300m Hurdles Chloe McGinty: 3000m  

Active Week 2014 Kickboxing, Gym Trip and Connacht Rugby

 

Active Week 2014 Report

Monday: White Tiger Kickboxing To KICKstart active week, we had the first of what will be three kickboxing sessions with Pascale, A French-Canadian instructor from the White Tiger Kickboxing club in Castlebar. Students from 1st year through to Transition Year participated in the beginners kickboxing session and are thoroughly looking forward to next weeks session. …

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Active Week Fun Run

Junior students had a great day yesterday taking part in their Fun Run. Lots of pictures:

Connacht Cross-country Finals

34 athletes took part in the Connacht finals in very difficult conditions at Sligo Racecourse. 3 athletes: Ellen Daly, Alannah Duffy and Aisling Joyce qualified for the All-Ireland Finals. Well done to all involved and to Ms McGrath and Ms Egan, their coaches.  

Mark Rohan: Sky Sports Living for Sport Mentor Visit

BCS signed up for the Sky Sports Living for Sport project which is a free schools initiative that uses sport stars and sport skills to: Boost confidence Change behaviours Increase attainment Improve life skills See more about it here: https://livingforsport.skysports.com/ As part of that project, a small group of students act as leaders to plan an event. …

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Donal Vaughan presents new GAA kit to school

Our Senior Team are flying high this year. They play this Friday in the Flanagan Cup final against St Louis, Kiltimagh at Bekan. Next Tuesday they line out in the Connacht C Championship quarter-final against Davitt College after a stirring victory last time out over rivals Balla Community School. They are also still in contention …

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