Open Night 2015

Coláiste na hInse held its 2015 Open Night on Thursday, January 15th. Hundreds of parents and future dáltaí turned out to view striking displays of cooking, science experiments, singing and much more. For many, the highlight was the Business Fair from the First Year mini-companies, where our budding entrepreneurs sold their impressive areay of products. Go raibh míle maith agaibh to all dáltaí for their work on the night.

 

 

 

Tickets for We Will Rock You on Sale Now

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s musical, We Will Rock You, in the school and here. The show will run for four nights from Wednesday, January 16th, to Saturday, January 19th. Tickets are available to purchase in An Grianán or on Event Brite.

 

Over 1,400 people attended Billy Elliot last year, and We Will Rock You is already on course to pass this figure. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Máistir McCabe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

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Idirbliain Students Light Up the Aviva

againstOn Saturday October 11th a number of transition year students witnessed Ireland's wonderful 7-0 victory over Gibraltar. The group even managed to start a Mexican Wave that travelled throughout the stadium five times.
the National Plate in Galway. Congratulations to all our dáltaí on their successes.

Rocket Science

Coláiste na hInse’s Enrichment Programme once again took to the skies. The highest rocket was made with a plastic bottle, water, an air pump and a plank of wood. Some others included mentos and carbonated drinks, and vinegar and baking soda.

Gaelic Football Blitz

footballNineteen students made their GAA debut for the Colaiste in a blitz held in Meath GAA - Centre of Sporting Excellence, Dunganny, Co. Meath on 22/10/14. The blitz had a focus on game time and skill development for the players as opposed to results. The first match was against St. Mary's Drogheda and featured some excellent performances from a number of players including Sean Paul Maloney, Cillian Murphy and Stephen Breen (who captained the side). The second game against Nobber was an open affair with both teams going forward at will. Both Ferdia Quigley and Harry Svejdar distinguished themselves here.