Green School

Green Schools

Congratulations!  

The Green Schools Committee were delighted to learn that the school was to receive its 4th Green Flag for Green Travel. It meant a lot to know that all their hard work and commitment in promoting Green Travel in the school had paid off.

Calasanctius is one of the handful of secondary schools in Galway to receive this flag so well done to all involved!

Four committee members: Niamh Feeney, Paulina Hochorowska and Adwale Adedeji and Ms. Kenny attended the awards ceremony in Athlone on the 24th May.

To mark the occasion we had a fun cycle to Renville Woods with two members from An Taisce.

Biodiversity Project

Transition year students presented the Older Adults in Living Scenes with nesting boxes for bees. The boxes were made by them in Woodwork class with Mr Stack. This is part of a number of ongo-ing activities aimed at protect-ing our Natural Heritage.

T.Y. News

Living Scenes:The first three sessions after the Christmas break were spent in the language lab. where the adults and the T.Y. students sat side by side while the students showed the adults how to send emails. The lessons were a great success with the adults being loud in their praise for their student teachers. We are now enjoying the Drama module which is facilitated by Mr. Rafferty. On Thurs. March 22nd. we are looking forward to a seisiun of ceol agus craic to celebrate the festival of St. Patrick.

About the school

Calasanctius College Oranmore is a co-educational college, which caters for the needs of the local community. The students come from Oranmore and surrounding areas, including Maree, Carnmore, Claregalway, Clarenbridge, Kilcolgan and the south side of Galway City. The students come from very different backgrounds, both socially and economically, ranging from farming, self-employed, unemployed, business, and professional. The majority of students intend to carry on to third level.

The ambition of the school is to ensure that all members of the school community are given the best opportunity to achieve their potential in a happy, caring and supportive environment” The beautiful school building overlooking Galway Bay was opened in 2006 and accommodates approximately 800 students. Facilities include modern state of the art Science laboratories, material technology rooms, technical graphics rooms home economic rooms a music room, a full size sports hall and a fully equipped exercise gymnasium and modern canteen and performance area.

Admissions

 

Please click the links below to view the relevant Document

Application and Admissions Policy 2018 - 2019

Application for admission to ModGLD Class 2018 – 19

 

 

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