Book Tickets for Higher Options in September

Next year's Sixth Year students can now book their places for the September trip to the Higher Options exhibition in the RDS Simmonscourt. Tickets cost €15.

Higher Options takes place on September 13th and it is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition for Leaving Cert students, mature students, teachers and parents who want to know what third level university and college options are available and how to apply for them. This year they are planning to have a special focus on Apprenticeships.

Exhibitors from Ireland, the UK, Europe, Australia and the USA will attend. Higher Options is the essential event for anyone who wants career guidance and information on how to progress to further or higher level study.

Higher Options is a fantastic opportunity for CNI students to start and put their Plan A,B,C… in place.

Let’s start 6th year on the right note

Pay through Wise Pay on School Website here.

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More Information on www.irishtimes.com/higher-options

Dáltaí Enjoy Foreign Language Plays and Attend Spanish Quiz

All second year students of Spanish enjoyed the play 'La casa encantada' (The Haunted House) performed by native Spanish speaker actors. We all had fun while revising vocabulary learned in class.

Earlier in the morning French Native actors performed the play Mes chers voicins for second and third year students of French, also a production of Onatti.

 

Three Coláiste na hInse teams also participated in the Association of the Teachers of Spanish (ATS) Quiz. The dáltaí learned about Spanish culture, and competed against other school in an enthusiastic, active learning environment. Congratulations to all dáltaí involved.

Students Enjoy Spanish Play CNI Dlta at Spanish Quiz 2018

CNI Dáltaí Win Five Medals at County Track and Field

On the Friday the 13th April, 22 students from Coláiste na hInse travelled to Navan for the county track and field championships. They returned with a haul of 5 individual medals. Bronze medals came from Jedi Ndebumadu and Stephen Emmett in the 100m sprint, Ciara Scallon in the long jump and Kenneth Doyle in the 800m. On his debut in the shot putt, Filip Szymanski won gold with a throw of 10.47m. The senior boys relay team added to the medal collection with a bronze in the 4x100m event. All athletes are now preparing for the North Leinster Championships which take place in Morton Stadium, Santry.

CNI Dlta Medal at Track and Field Championship 2018

Dáltaí from an Cuan Visit Dublin Zoo

Dáltaí from an Cuan enjoyed a beautiful, sunny day at Dublin Zoo. They had a guided tour from two fantastic volunteers of all the animals, whilst also learning about pollution, the animals and how we can help our planet.

 

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Girls’ Soccer Teams Reach Latter Stages of the Leinster League

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The CNI Senior girls had a fantastic run in the Leinster League this season, eventually being narrowly defeated 2 - 1 at the quarter final stage against All Ireland champions Scoil Chroist Ri from Portlaoise. The CNI girls had the better chances during the game but were denied further goals due to fantastic saves by the Portlaoise keeper and the woodwork. Louise Murray found the net for CNI with a headed goal after a magical cross from Republic of Ireland international Ellie Ferguson. Ellie has had a fantastic season for CNI finishing top goal scorer with 12 goals. Ellie was backed up by outstanding performances over the season from Republic of Ireland international Katie Burdis. Katie was the outstanding player in both the quarter final and the previous round. Aisling Berney, Robyn McEvoy and Rebecca Gaffrey were also key to the fantastic run the girls had this season. 

 

The CNI under 15 girls had a heartbreaking penalty defeat against St Mary's Glasnevin last week in their Leinster League quarter final. The game finished 1 - 1. Outstanding for CNI were Kayleigh Noonan in goal who came to the girls rescue on many occasions, Sophie Beenham with her speed and tenacity in both defence and midfield and Eva Jean Quinn and Louise Murray up front.   

The CNI First Year girls faced Presentation Wexford last week in their Leinster Quarter Final. The girls dominated the game winning 6 - 3. Louise Murray claimed a hat-trick, while Eva Jean Quinn scored two with Molly Scott getting CNI's sixth goal.

Along with the goal scorers best for CNI were Ella Malone, Abbie Sherlock and Sophie Alright. The girls will now face St Dominican's of Drumcondra in the Semi Final.