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Junior A Ladies Football Semi Final – Kinsale GAA

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in News, Sport

Congratulations to Kinsale GAA Ladies Football Team on their great win last Sunday in the All Ireland Semi- Finals of the Junior A League. They beat Kilmoremoy 3-15 to 2-09 in a very exciting match. Huge congratulations to past pupils Orla Finn, Georgia Gould, Caoimhe O’Callaghan, Niamh and Grace Cronin, Sadhbh  and Méabh O’Leary,  Faye Ahern, Jennifer and Ellen Murphy. Here’s to a very exciting All Ireland Final in two weeks time. Kinsale...

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Rang a 6 – Science Trip to Eli Lilly

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in News

Pupils from Rang a Sé enjoyed a fun-filled, active Science morning in Eli Lilly on November 19th.  Experiments included optical illusions, setting money on fire, magnetics, testing our blind spots, trying to mix immiscible liquids, density, static electricity, testing whether substances were acids or bases and using liquid nitrogen to inflate and deflate balloons. Each pupil received a kitchen chemistry set to bring home. Bhain na páistí go léir sár-thatineamh as an...

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Table Tennis – Sáile

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in Sport

On Thursday 17th of Nov members of rang a ceathar, cúig agus sé represented our school in a table tennis tournament which was held in Sáile. From early morning the children were warming up and throughout the competition they showed great skill and concentration.By the end of the day several teams had secured gold and silver medals in their respective divisions. Maith sibh go...

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Football and Hurling Skills at Kinsale Community School

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in Uncategorized

Pupils from Rang a 5 and Rang a 6 had a great time at  KCS on Friday, 18th November, where the students from Transition Year participated in teaching them hurling and football skills. It is always a lovely experience for the children and it is always nice to see our past pupils helping and teaching our present pupils.

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