ARK­LOW CBS

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ARK­LOW CBS RUGBY

The new rugby team have to date been un­lucky in their two matches as part of the Schools League draw­ing de­feat in their first match against Co­laiste Bride Carnew and also in their sec­ond match against East Glen­dalough Wick­low. The Ark­low CBS team is a strong side and is sure to go from strength to strength as the boys train more and get used to play­ing on a team with each other. They are cur­rently train­ing reg­u­larly and it is only a mat­ter of time be­fore their hard work and ded­i­ca­tion pays off.

WICK­LOW SCHOOLS GAELIC

Conor Hughes and Tier­nan Mel­lon from First Year rep­re­sented Ark­low CBS on the un­der 14 Wick­low Schools team that played Gorey Com­mu­nity School re­cently. Un­for­tu­nately Gorey emerged the win­ners but the lads played very well.

ARK­LOW MU­SIC FES­TI­VAL

Ark­low CBS stu­dents con­tinue with their win­ning for­mula at the Ark­low Mu­sic Fes­ti­val as Kane Mol­loy from third year won first place in the Yeats

Po­etry Recital.

TRAN­SI­TION YEAR SONG SCHOOL

Last week saw our Tran­si­tion Year stu­dents par­tic­i­pate in a two day song school. The boys had a thor­oughly en­joy­able two days and found out about the very many as­pects of writ­ing and record­ing mu­sics. The two day work­shop cul­mi­nated in them di­vid­ing into groups and writ­ing and record­ing their own songs. These will shortly be avail­able to the TY stu­dents on a CD and will be played to par­ents at the Tran­si­tion Year end of year awards.

ARK­LOW CBS UP­COM­ING JU­BILEE

All past staff and stu­dents of Ark­low CBS are en­cour­aged to get in touch with us via face­book or by email­ing Ark­lowcbs@gmail.com with any in­for­ma­tion or old pho­to­graphs you may have re­lat­ing to the school. A com­mitte is presently in place to or­gan­ise events to com­mem­o­rate this won­der­ful event and please don’t hes­i­tate to get in touch if you have any con­tri­bu­tions to make.

TRAN­SI­TION YEAR LAW

Tran­si­tion Year stu­dents re­cently sat a law exam as part of their Pub­lic Ac­cess to Law course which took place re­cently and was fully spon­sored by lo­cal so­lic­i­tor Mrs. Aine Ho­gan. The exam was tough but stu­dents man­aged to com­plete it. The re­sults will be avail­able to the stu­dents shortly and the best re­sult from the school will re­ceive a law re­lated prize from the P.A.L. or­gan­i­sa­tion. We would like to say thanks again to Mrs. Ho­gan for spon­sor­ing this course. It was greatly ap­pre­ci­ated by the stu­dents.

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