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Junior Camogie Munster final On Saturday the 20th of January, our junior camogie girls will play Midleton in the Munster Final. It is scheduled at 12 p.m in Dungourney GAA , Cork. All in Cashel Community School would like to wish the very best of luck to the entire team.Read More
CCS WIN SENIOR HURLING LOCAL DERBY On Tuesday January 9th, CCS met neighbours Abbey CBS in the Munster Senior B 1/4 final in Golden. In very wet conditions, which caused the field to cut up badly, both sides gave the crowd great entertainment with massive honesty, commitment and super hurling. After playing with the aid […]Read More
Sunday Morning Singers Congratulations to the Sunday Morning Singers on their victory in the prestigious Lyric FM carol for Christmas Competition. This group of young ladies are all past pupils of Cashel Community School. The girls rehearse every Sunday as they wish to continue singing as a choir – hence Sunday Morning Singers! The […]Read More
Evening Classes Commencing Monday January 2018 Enrolment Thursday January 18th 2pm -4pm, 6pm – 7.30pm Further information can be obtained by calling the school on 062-61167 or emailing Ms. Deirdre Reddan on email@example.com Class Day Time Weeks Fee € Tutor Digital Photography Mon […]Read More
Senior Hurlers Munster Quarter Final Draw On the 9th January our senior hurlers played The Abbey from Tipperary town in the Munster Quarter Final. The match was played in Golden in horrendous conditions. Both teams gave a great display to the large crowd in attendance. The game ended up in a draw at 7 points a […]Read More
YSI students in transition year were very busy today as they make preparations for the annual Transition Year Christmas dinner. The students whose project is called Sound Out want to turn up the volume on the positive in the school. The dinner will raise funds for Bothar this year helping assist a family in Rwanda. Team […]Read More
CCS Qualify For Senior Ladies Football Munster Cup Final Cashel CS 5:5 Skibbereen CS 0:7 Cashel Community School took on Skibbereen CS in the Senior Ladies Football Munster Cup Semi Final seeking revenge for last year’s exit from the competition at the Quarter Final stage by the same opposition. This game had everything from […]Read More
CCS win Munster Junior Camogie semi-final The CCS Junior Camogie team have qualified for a Munster final after a comprehensive win over Hospital in Limerick on a score line of 9.06 to 3 points. All girls were exceptional on the day and were ably led by Leah Kavanagh, Maeve Elle Ryan and Eleanor Tobin […]Read More
First Year Christmas Projects 2017Read More
Cashel double up with impressive football win The senior footballers from Cashel Community School travelled to Thurles with the aim of retaining their Senior B football title however, their task would not be easy as they faced a well drilled Nenagh CBS team. Last Friday (December 15th) in a sun-drenched Dr. Morris Park the Cashel […]Read More
Godolphin Bursary Awarded in Cashel Community School The Godolphin Racing Syndicate awarded its first bursary in Cashel Community School on Wednesday 13th December. Thirty-six students applied for consideration, six were selected for interview and the overall winner was Jamie Palmer, a sixth year student from Clerihan. Jamie plans to study Mechanical Engineering in Edinburgh and […]Read More
CCS MARKS THE RETIREMENT OF JERRY RYAN Jerry Ryan a caretaker in Cashel Community School was described as ‘ kind-hearted, talented and obliging’ at his retirement function held at the school last week. Jerry retired as caretaker of the school after almost 23 years of service and worked with two different principals. Presentations from the […]Read More
Friends of CCS GAA Support Group First Year Hurling Scholarship Wednesday December 13th saw the inaugural awarding of a scholarship by the Friends of CCS GAA Support Group to a First Year hurler who was willing to display characteristics such as leadership, being a team player, commitment to training and working hard academically. This scholarship […]Read More
CCS AT CASHEL BOI ENTERPRISE EVENT At a recent Bank of Ireland Enterprise event held in Halla Na Feile some of our First Year students presented their Business Projects to a packed hall. The students have worked in groups and have been tasked with researching local enterprises and presenting their findings. The groupings include: Brú Ború – […]Read More
Many people think being Spiritual means being positive, but being spiritual means being conscious and aware. Being positive and aware in our school community is something we should strive for. But being positive and aware is not easy. This can take time. Reflection is important in our daily lives. Reflection […]Read More
Cashel Community School Fundraising Draw Cashel Community School’s annual draw took place this week. The winners received prizes from €500 to €50. The school greatly appreciates the generosity of all those who either bought or sold lines and the funds raised are used to support student activities. Six winners are awarded as well as […]Read More
IT IS IN GIVING THAT WE RECEIVE Cashel Community School prides itself on its community spirit. It is against this background that the school held a Christmas Shoebox Appeal which will make a difference in the lives of less fortunate children in Eastern Europe and Africa. The appeal and subsequent collection was co-ordinated by […]Read More
Best of Luck to CCS U15 hurlers in the Hennessy Cup Wishing CCS hurling team the best of luck as they take on Carrick CBS in the county final on Friday, the 1st of December. The match is on in Clonmel. Throw in at 12:30. Team trainers are Mr Quinn and Mr Dempsey. Best of […]Read More
Wellness Week in CCS CCS celebrate Wellness Week this week. First years started the week with fun and energetic Zumba classes in the sport hall . On Tuesday TY classes visited Jump Lanes in Limerick to emphasise the importance of resilience and bouncing back from challenges in our lives. Fun and laughter were evident from […]Read More
Ladies Football Ladies Football started in Cashel Community School in 2012 and since then huge strides have been made. The numbers participating in the sport are outstanding which is fantastic to see. Training takes place on Tuesdays and Fridays after school. The school competes in Munster competition at both Junior and Senior level. The is […]Read More
Cashel Community School Science Week Cashel Community School celebrated Science Week from November 13th to 17th. We approached the week with an air of trepidation; science week has become one of the most in vogue of all the subject weeks. It is celebrated throughout the media. It seemed that the Angelus was the only programme […]Read More
The Cashel Community School first year hurlers finished off a memorable campaign when they defeated Rockwell college in the final of the Sciath Ui Cathain. What was even more impressive was the unbeaten campaign of this year’s crop of first years. The first game of the year was a challenge game against current Harty Cup […]Read More
‘BEAUTY AND THE BEAST’ ENCHANTS! Cashel Community School’s recent production of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ sold out all six performances and those lucky enough to see it enjoyed a wonderful night’s entertainment. Belle was brought to life by Rachel O’Carroll, a veteran of three previous musicals. Her performance was distinguished by the poise and polish […]Read More
Cashel Community School Substance Abuse Policy Scope: This policy applies to Cashel Community School which is a health promoting school and is committed to addressing the needs of the whole school in relation to drugs. We believe that students, teachers, parents and the Board of Management need to work together and that co-operation is essential […]Read More
Cashel Community School Attendance Policy 2016/17 School organisations and ethos can make a huge difference to student attendance. In particular, students respond to positive interaction with teachers and to higher teacher expectations. It must be noted that Teacher –Student relations are crucial to a students’ sense of belonging and attendance. If students do not feel […]Read More
School Self Evaluation Report 2017 School Self Evaluation Report 2016Read More
CCS Prospectus 2018-2019Read More
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Maths Week at Cashel Community School Maths took pride of place in Cashel CS during ‘Maths Week’ in October. Our students were involved in a range of maths activities throughout the week. They took part in the online mathematics programme MangaHigh, in addition to problem solving activities and maths trails. Our second years constructed three-dimensional ‘Maths Hats’. Some […]Read More
Meaney Scholars Honoured in Cashel Community School This year’s Meaney scholars were presented with their prizes at a ceremony recently in Cashel Community School. The two students from the Leaving Certificate class of 2017, Jack Price and Hannah McSweeney each received a cheque for a thousand euro to help towards their studies at third level. […]Read More
On the 10th of October Aisling Fleming came to our school to talk to Transition Year students about the work of Bothar. The Transition Year students are currently in the process of sending an in calf heifer to Rwanda through Bothar. She talked to them about how the in calf heifer is sent out […]Read More
Leadership Day in CCS Leadership Day took place in Cashel Community School recently. This was a day set aside to acknowledge the achievements of students who have taken on a Leader’s role in our school. Orlagh Lacey spoke on behalf of the student council and thanked Tipperary Hurler Noel McGrath for his commitment […]Read More
CCS PRESENTS BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Following on from the hugely successful” Fiddler on the Roof” last year, Cashel Community School is happy to announce that this year’s annual musical is “Beauty and the Beast”. The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a […]Read More
First Year Mass of Welcoming in CCS On Tuesday evening October 10th our First Year Mass of Welcoming took place. This ceremony was held as a special moment of official welcome for First Years and their families. Mass was celebrated by Fr. Enda Brady. The theme of the celebration was ‘Let Your Light […]Read More
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Cashel Community School Presents Beauty and the Beast 8th-11th NovemberRead More
For the first time in CCS , students in Transition Year and Sixth Year will be engaged in a Mindfulness Module called .b , after the course is complete each student will receive a certificate. What is .b ? .b is a fun, engaging and useful ten-session mindfulness course for young people, adapted […]Read More
Healthy Eating Week There was a wide range of activities planned throughout the week. Every year group were provided with healthy snacks due to the generous sponsorship from the local community. First and second years participated in a ‘Drop everything and run’ initiative which got them out of their classroom seats and running or walking […]Read More
CCS takes part in Culture Night in Cashel. A musical group from Cashel Community School took part in a musical activity to highlight and showcase Culture Night as part of Cashel Arts Festival. Cashel Arts Festival presented this event to unite people by the magical power of music, from classical to contemporary. It supports local […]Read More
Geography Week at Cashel Community School Geography took pride of place last week in Cashel C.S. with the inaugural ‘Geography Week’. It is the study of patterns and processes in the physical and human environments, and during the week all students were encouraged to become involved in a range of activities to enhance their geographical […]Read More
GODOLPHIN BURSARY 2017 Cashel Community School is pleased to announce the Godolphin Bursary which was launched in Cashel Community School on Wednesday September 13th. Godolphin is the global thoroughbred breeding and horseracing team founded by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of […]Read More
Excellent Junior Cert Results in Cashel Community School Cashel Community School would like to congratulate the students who completed their Junior Certificate programme this year. There were some excellent results across the board in what was a difficult and challenging year for all involved within our school community. The students were rewarded for all their […]Read More
Cashel Community School receives Cycle Against Suicide Ambassador School Award Conor O’Brien, Minister of State for European Affairs Helen McEntee & Kate O’Donnell. On Tuesday last, September 12th, the now annual Cycle Against Suicide Ambassador School Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. These awards recognised the immense efforts of 89 […]Read More
CCS LAUNCH NEW PE UNIFORM. Cashel Community School have launched a new PE uniform for the 2017/2018 academic year. The uniform which is compulsory for 1St Years and optional for other years in the school while it is phased in is an O’Neill’s sportswear range. The new design is the outcome of a lengthy consultative […]Read More
New Deputy Principal in CCS Cork native John Murray joined Cashel Community School as a music teacher when it opened its doors in 1994. Over his 22 years in Cashel he has taught music to countless numbers of students and inspired both a love of music and creativity in them. John’s commitment and dedication […]Read More
On Tuesday 29th August Cashel CS welcomed the 2017/18 First Year Group and amongst the freshmen were seven sets of twins, five of whom are identical. This is most definitely a first for the school. In their midst are four pairs of girls and one of boys. The fourteen students represent 9.8% of the […]Read More
CCS celebrate excellent Leaving Cert Results
The best of luck to our 6th year and 3rd year students in their Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate examinations.
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Rugby continues to grow in popularity here in Cashel Community School. We are involved in 1st year 7 a side and U15 and U17 11 a side blitzes run by Munster Rugby every year with finals taking place in Thomond Park at the end of the year. We are in the U16 King cup/Giles shield […]Read More
Boys Under 15s soccer. This team consists of students from 2nd year and 3rd year that are under 15 year of age. They compete in the Munster Schools Minor Cup against teams from other similarly sized schools from around Munster.Read More
Hurling plays a huge role in Cashel and our Senior Hurling team is no different. The senior team competes in the Corn Thomis Mhic Cholim. This is a provincial competition for Munster schools. This year our senior team has beaten Mitchelstown CBS and St Joseph’s secondary school Tulla to progress to a quarter final to […]Read More
Camogie is a popular sport for girls in CCS. Our teams consist of 1st and 2nd Years, Junior and Senior. Senior Camogie The Senior girls play in both Tipperary Blitz competitions and Munster Schools Camogie. We have had great representation from the school at inter county level in recent years. Training takes place on Mondays […]Read More
Our school gym was refurbished over the summer of 2017 and is now available for staff and students to use (under staff supervision). A variety of cardio machines and free weights have been installed.Read More
Autism Spectrum Disorder Unit (ASD) Admissions Policy This policy is set out in accordance with the provisions of the Education Act 1998, the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, the Education for Persons with Special Needs Act 2004 and the Equal Status Act 2000. This policy must be read in conjunction with and is part of […]Read More
Cashel Community School: Healthy Eating Policy Policy Statement Young people need to be aware of the importance of good nutrition in order to optimise their growth, health and developmental potential through their teenage years and beyond. This Healthy Eating Policy operates in the context of the school’s commitment to quality education and supporting each student […]Read More
TRANSITION YEAR PROGRAMME ADMISSION POLICY POLICY STATEMENT Cashel Community School offers Transition Year as an optional one-year programme designed to bridge the gap between the Junior and Senior Cycles. The school strives to achieve the stated mission of T.Y., published by the Department of Education and Skills, which is ‘to promote the personal, social educational and […]Read More
We in Cashel Community School believe students are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in their homework , it shows students that what they do is important. “Active involvement of parents during their student’s homework provides an ideal context for developing them as first educators of their students.” (News Education, October […]Read More
(a) Every child has the right to pass safely through childhood in to adulthood. This right, which no person should take from another, includes the right not to be bullied. Bullying happens when one person or a group of people tries to upset another person. (b) Students are expected and encouraged to report any instance […]Read More
ENROLMENT AND ADMISSIONS POLICY This is a statement of the policy of Cashel Community School with regard to the enrolment and admission of students to the school. This policy has been drawn up in consultation with the Board of Management, staff, parents and students of Cashel Community School. This policy statement is in line with the objectives set out […]Read More
Cashel Community School Student Awards 2017Read More
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TY 1 – Sep to Oct 2016
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Orla O'Dwyer wins a national league medal with senior ladies football team Congratulations to the Tipperary senior ladies football team who became division three champions following their win against Wexford in a replay. The match was held in Birr on Sunday the 14th of May and a special congratulations to our very own Orla O'Dwyer who managed to get (0-2) for her side. The final score of the match was Tipperary 0-15 Wexford 1-10.Read More
CCS are County Hurling ChampionsRead More
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Irish Junior Maths Competition Success
Congratulations to First Year student Fiona Tuohy on coming second in the regional final of the Irish Junior Maths Competition held here in Cashel Community School on Friday evening May 12th. This event is a national competition organised annually by the Irish Maths Teachers Association and is open to all first year students. Ten students from Cashel Community School qualified for this final. This is a great achievement for Fiona and for all ten students on reaching the final – well done to everyone.Read More
Senior Camogie Success
CCS WIN SENIOR CAMOGIE BLITZRead More
CCS LADIES WIN FOOTBALL BLITZRead More
Cashel Community School presentation to “Living Links”Read More
Congratulations to our U17 Hurlers on winning the County Final and the Best of Luck to the U14 Hurlers in WestCourt cup Final tomorrowRead More
U17B Hurling Final
The best of luck to our u17B Hurling team who play Borrisokane in the final on Monday next May 15th in Templemore at 1:30.Read More
TY Italy TripRead More
Westcourt Cup Semi-Final
Gritty Cashel overcome the Siege of Ennis
CCS qualify for the Tipperary U17B Hurling Final
Congratulations to CCS U17B hurlers who won the semi-final against Killenaule. They go on to play Borrisokane in the final. Best of luck!
CYCLE AGAINST SUICIDE
WEEK OF “UNPARRALLED SUCCESS” IN CCS
On Thursday April 27th the students in our ‘Equal Voice’ choir headed to Cork to compete in the international choral festival. This competition always presents a very high standard with top quality performances from all involved. The students were competing against choirs from Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Tipperary. Our group were also the smallest in number there (35 singers) with one of the other choirs numbering 140 students!
CCS WIN THE DICK WOOD CUP
On April 5th Cashel Community School and Rockwell College contested the final of the Dick Wood Cup in Palmer’s Hill, Cashel. Over the past nine years this competition has been played between four South Tipperary Schools: Cashel Community School, Cahir Community College, Rockwell College & Scoil Ruain Killenaule. The competition is played in honour of Dick Wood a founder member of Cashel Town Soccer Club.Read More
Enterprise Day in CCS
On Friday March 31st Cashel Community School's First Year Business Studies pupils participated in an Enterprise competition in association with event sponsor Bank of Ireland.
First Year pupils were tasked with working in teams to research local businesses and present their findings to their peers, teachers and local Bank of Ireland Manager Kay O'Dwyer. Kay judged the projects and was very impressed with the quality of the pupils work stating she had an extremely difficult job selecting the winners.
CCS qualify for the Tipperary U17B Hurling Semi-FinalRead More
Rugby U17 Blitz 2017
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French DayRead More
Cashel Community School Feis Maitiu Success!!!
CCS had great success recently at the prestigious Feis Maitiu in Cork recently. The 6th year girls and 1st Yr choir competed separately in 2 competitions. The 6th years won the Cash’s of Cork perpetual trophy for U 19 group singing while the 1st Yrs took second prize in the unison or part songs competition. Both groups were delighted with their success – a first venture into Feis Maitiu!
Photos of TY trip to Collins' Barracks.
Photos of TY trip to Croke Park.
Sixth year student Chelsea Gibson is selected as a Finalist in the 2017 Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards
For the dedication she has demonstrated in service to her community, Chelsea Gibson has been recognised as one of 20 finalists in the 2017 Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards, the only all-Ireland youth initiative of its kind which rewards post-primary students for outstanding acts of volunteerism and the positive contribution they make in their local communities and further afield.Read More
Dayl Cronin Visits CCS
Fresh from his sucess on dancing with the stars Dayl visited CCS this wednesday to thank students for their support and to say hello to where his apetite for all things musical and dance were CULTIVATED.
INCLUDED IN PICTURE ARE 3RD YEAR STUDENTS WITH THEIR MUSIC TEACHER MR. JOHN MURRAY..
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Timmy Hammersley visits CSPE class
On Monday February 6th, former All Ireland Winning Tipperary hurler Timmy Hammersley visited Cashel Community School to speak with Civic Social and Political Education students.
Timmy is currently a Masters student in UCD studying International Relations. He is committed to Social Justice and shared his fascinating experiences of working in Palestine and the Refugee Camp in Calais. Timmy's thought provoking presentation was very well received by the pupils.
Cycle Against Suicide National CongressRead More
1st Prize €500: Trisha Hughes, Laffana, Clonoulty. C/o Amy Hughes 2nd Yr
2nd Prize €250: Michelle Crimmins, Cahir. C/o Dara Crimmins Ty
3rd Prize €100: Matthew Connolly, 3rd Year
4th Prize €50: Carrie Forde, Dualla. C/o Chloe Forde 6th Yr
5th Prize €50: Caroline Gras, Cahir. C/o Louis Gras Ty
Cathal O’Connor receives UCD scholarshipRead More
Congratulations to past pupils, Elizabeth Ryan and Johanna Murray, who received their Gold Gaisce awards from President Michael D. Higgins in Dublin Castle
Róisín receives President’s Awards from WITRead More
Munster hurling quarter final
The Cashel Community School U/18.5 hurling team suffered a heart-breaking defeat to Bishopstown of Cork after extra time in the Munster senior hurling B competition on Thursday the 12th of January. This was a cracking game of hurling between two very committed teams who gave it their all until the final whistle.Read More
Pre Junior and Leaving Certificate Exam Timetables:
6th Year Language Classes for French, German and Irish starting on the 23rd of January, running for 8 weeks.
For more information contact Ms. Reddan.Read More
AIB& Cashel Community School Coffee Morning.Read More
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CCS senior soccer team took on St.Declans of Kilmacthomas in a challenge match in the Cashel school field. this wasan ecellent perforance and they won by 5-0. The stand out perforance was Cian Bargary who got a hat trickand also set up a spectaular goal for Alan O Donnell.Team: Killian Hadye, Daniel Fitzpatrick, James Walsh, Brian Davern, Conor Hogan, Ronan Quinn, Roderigo Goncalves, Alan O Donnell, Mark Furlong, Bolu Giwa, Cian Bargery.Read More
Ty Business ProjectRead More
During Maths week, students of Cashel Community School took part in the online mathematics programme MangaHigh, in addition to problem solving activities and maths trails. Four of our students, Darragh Hogan (1st year) Samiullah Saifullah, Eabha Carroll (2nd year) and Nikita Kurkou (2nd year) received certificates for their results with both Darragh and Samiullah receiving medals for top marks. Well done to all involved.
TY Concern collection
Well done to our TY3 students who collected €1400 for CONCERN.
U/18.5 – Tipperary Senior B Football
Cashel Community School VS Carrick CBS in the County B football finalRead More
VISIT OF DEPUTY MATTIE McGRATH TO CCS
As part of their Junior Certificate Civic Social and Political Education Project, two third year classes from Cashel Community School invited Deputy Mattie McGrath T.D. to the school to give an insight into the role of a Teachta Dála. He gave a very interesting and comprehensive presentation and received countless questions from the enthusiastic gathering.
Cashel Community School Vs Thurles CBSRead More
National Science Week in CCSRead More
Cashel U15 hurlers advance to Croke cup final
On a bitterly cold day in Dundrum last Friday, November 18th, CCS beat a very determined Abbey CBS. Some fine individual performances from captain Jamie Duncan, Ben Loughman, Kevin Cleary and Conor O'Dwyer enabled Cashel to emerge one point victors. It is the first time in many years to reach this final. Well done lads. We wish the players all the best against Thurles CBS in the final next Friday.Read More
Open night on Thursday Dec 01st (7:00pm – 9:00pm)
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Best of luck to our under 15 hurlers who play CBS Thurles in the Croke cup final today.Read More
Paralympian visits Cashel Community SchoolRead More
CCS students receive Silver Gaisce Awards
Congratulations to the students from Cashel Community School who received their Silver Gaisce Awards at The Munster Regional Silver Gaisce Award ceremony, held in University College Cork, on Thursday November 10th. MC on the night was RED FM’s KC and the awards were presented by Gary O’ Donovan, Olympic Silver Medallist.Read More
U.15 hurling Vs Nenagh CBSRead More
Healthy Eating WeekRead More
Reflection: Gone from my sight
I am standing upon the seashore.
A ship at my side spreads her white sails to the morning breeze and starts for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength. I stand and watch her until at length she hangs like a speck of white cloud just where the sea and sky come to mingle with each other.
Then, someone at my side says;
New First Years of CCSRead More
Cashel Community School Senior Choir has a very proud and distinguished re-cord as award winners in all major national youth choir competitions.
These include the prestigious Cork International Choral Festival, Galway Choral Festival, Limerick Church Music Festival as well as the choir’s acclaimed broadcasts for RTE television and Lyric FM
Dualla Show Sponsor Positive Mental Week in CCSRead More
RUGBY SUCCESS IN CCS
Katelyn Fleming has been involved with the Munster Rugby under 18 team this year. Munster have played and defeated a good Connaught side and now find themselves in a decider with Ulster. Katelyn’s position is wing forward in the team and she is set to start against Ulster in the final. Katelyn is an impressive athlete and is involved in many teams at a high level. We are proud of her sporting prowess in the school.Read More
Cashel Community School Vs Presentation Thurles in the Munster C Cup
The Cashel senior ladies football team played their first championship game in the Munster cup against the Presentation Thurles on the 27th of September. On heavy underfoot conditions CCS proved too strong for their opponents. Cashel’s superiority shone through with Orla O’Dwyer and Sarah Delaney contributing 5-6 respectively. Other players to contribute handsomely to the victory were Roisin Maher, Clodagh Horgan, Katelyn Fleming and Laura Connolly.Read More
Guidance Plan /Study Skills What is a Mind Map? A Mind Map is a visual thinking tool that can asisst memory, learning, creativity and analysis.The Visual organiser maps out your thoughts using keywords that trigger associations in the brain to spark further ideas. Mind Maps can be drawn by hand or using software programs […]Read More
Niall Melon Township Trust Cashel Community School first participated in the “Niall Mellon Blitz” in 2007. Since then over €150,000 has been raised for this worthy cause. Twenty-Two students have gone to South Africa to build houses for locals in desperate need of accommodation. When the students return they give a presentation to all classes […]Read More
Cashel Community School seeks to ensure that each student in this community has access to appropriate personal, social and vocational guidance within the available resources and in harmony with the school’s mission statement. The school has two Guidance Counsellors who provide the Guidance and Counselling service to the school community. The Guidance Counsellor as part […]Read More
Senior Cycle Options Established Leaving Certificate Subjects available: Core Subjects: English Gaeilge Maths Optional Subjects: French German Biology Physics Chemistry Agricultural Science Business Economics Accountancy History Geography Home economics Music Art Construction Studies Engineering Design Communication Graphics Non-examination: Religious Education Physical Education S.P.H.E Computer Studies Career GuidanceRead More
TY is an extra year at Senior Cycle which allows the students to mature as a person, develop a wide range of skills and experience the adult world of work. It is a year of opportunity for the students to become a more self confident and efficient person. Core Subjects : Modules including new areas […]Read More
Junior Cycle Subjects: Core Subjects: English Gaeilge Maths History Geography Science C.S.P.E Optional Subjects: Business Studies Home Economic Music Art Woodwork Metalwork Technical Graphics French German Non-examination: Religious Education Physical Education S.P.H.E Computer StudiesRead More
All members of Management and Staff exercise a caring role towards the students. Each class group is assigned a Class Tutor. This teacher regularly monitors the progress and welfare of each student. To assist with this there is a time-tabled Pastoral Care period on Mondays. Each Year Head sees to the […]Read More
Adult Education Programme A comprehensive range of Adult Education courses are provided by Cashel Community School. Furniture Making, Painting for Beginners, Irish for Parents of First Year, Yoga and a range of Computer courses are just a sample of the 19 courses on offer at Cashel Community School. Enrolment for courses will take place on Monday 22nd September […]Read More
CCS Prospectus 2018-2019Read More
Since the amalgamation in 1995, Cashel Community School provides a modern, well equipped environment for our students to work, play and develop in. We have a long history of sporting, musical and academic achievement and we are delighted to have the facilities to sustain this. Facilities available in the school include Art / Craft Rooms […]Read More
The student Council has been functioning in Cashel Community School since 1997. The Council provides a forum for students to express their opinions and enables them to play a partnership role with the staff, Parents’ Association and Board of Management. This ensures that the students play a positive role in our school’s decision making […]Read More
Parents’ Association Cashel Community School has a dynamic Parents Association since 1994. It encourages all parents to participate and support the activities of the school, and acts as very valuable liaison with the school management. Its many activities include: Book Rental Scheme Organise Debs with Student Council Guest speakers invited to meetings speaking on drugs, […]Read More
Admissions ENROLMENT AND ADMISSIONS POLICY This is a statement of the policy of Cashel Community School with regard to the enrolment and admission of students to the school. This policy has been drawn up in consultation with the Board of Management, staff, parents and students of Cashel Community School. This policy statement is in line with the objectives set […]Read More
The Founding of Cashel Community School Cashel Community School opened its doors to students for the first time on Monday, 5th September 1994. This was the culmination of a ten-year campaign seeking the best possible school facilities for the young people of Cashel and its hinterland. In 1984 a Community School, involving the amalgamation of […]Read More
Community schools combine the academic style education of the traditional Secondary School and the practically orientated programme of the Vocational School. In Cashel Community School we are enormously proud of our academic and extra-curricular programmes. We foster the individuality of each student within a very caring school community. Our pastoral care programme provides a strong […]Read More
We value each student as an individual and as part of a community. We seek to develop all aspects of their personhood and are committed to providing students with an educational experience that will develop every aspect of their being to their fullest potential through a student-centric, values-based education. Students of Cashel Community School can […]Read More
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Old Trafford Many students in CCS, both boys and girls, whether Manchester United fans or not, have enjoyed the trips to Old Trafford over the last few years. “The Theatre of Dreams” does not fail to impress all those who travel to the games and is why the school has returned there on numerous occasions. […]Read More
Art International Students Art Project Music Senior Choir Junior Choir Trad Group School Musicals: Every year CCS stages a musical. Show week is the first week after midterm. The is a whole school effort with the Music Dept., Art Dept., Home Economics Dept., Woodwork Dept., Metalwork Dept, LCVP, Office and Caretaking staff and many other […]Read More
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Cashel Community School Activities Fund Draw
Congratulations to the following winners:
1st Prize €500 : John & Martha Magner, Cluen, Bansha. (c/o Maria Magner)
2nd Prize €250: Niamh Ryan, Masterstown, New Inn (c/o Kevin Ryan 3rd Yr)
3rd Prize €100 : Martina Cowlard, 59 St. Patricks Place, Fethard (c/o Amy Cowlard)Read More
At 00:00 on Saturday morning, the Mangahigh Maths Week Ireland Challenge officially commences! With many prizes up for grabs, students are invited to participate in online activities through Mangahigh.Read More
Adult Education – Autumn Evening Courses 2014
A comprehensive range of Adult Education courses are provided by Cashel Community School…..Furniture Making, Painting for Beginners, Irish for Parents of first year, Web design and Yoga are just a sample of the 19 courses on offer. Enrolment for courses will take place on Monday 22nd September 2014 from 2pm – 4pm and in the evening from 7pm – 9pm.
Courses begin on Monday 29th September 2014 (subject to sufficient enrolment) at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated on brochureRead More
Congratulations to the Transition Year students in Cashel Community School who won the bronze award in the Young Social Innovators Final Showcase with their project titled "Without Your Brain You Have No Game".Read More
Congratulations to the junior choir who came in second place in the senior chorus competition in the AIMS music festival. Well done to all involved.Read More
Congratulations to Cashel Community School under 15B boys who are Tipperary football champions. Well done to all students.Read More
Congratulations to CCS senior choir who competed in the Cork International Choral Festival and were awarded secone place in the mixed voice choir section. Well done to all students.Read More
Well done to Dayl Cronin, past student of Cashel Community School, and proud member of Louis Walsh's new boy band "Hometown".
Best wishes from all in CCS!!Read More
Junior Cert Business Quiz Final at Tipperary InstituteRead More
Colm 'the Gooch' Cooper, legendary Kerry footballer and Dr Croke's club man, will be coming to the school on Wednesday the 27th of November to officially launch the school bank's "Lig Mé Saor" savings product, in conjunction with AIB Cashel. Students in TY Business Project will get an opportunity to ask questions and seek advice on how best to run the bank. A raffle will take place to win a signed football.Read More
Senior Hurlers Qualify.Read More
It has been a great week of victories for our GAA squads.
Well done to the Senior camogie team on their win over Newport in the Munster Championship on a scoreline of 4-5 to 1-5. They now face St. Caimin's of Shannon in the Munster Quarter Final in the coming weeks.
The first year camogie team won their three qualifying matches at their blitz during the week to quailfy for the final. Unfortunately, tiredness then got the better of them and they were defeated by a team they had beaten earlier on the day. Well done on reaching the final girls.Read More
The Cashel Community School senior choir will perform on RTE1 at 5.10pm on the coming Sunday, 17th November, in the final Munster round of the All Island schools choral competition. This programme was recorded recently at the Cork City School of Music.Read More
Corn Phádraig Progress
Lismore was the venue for the Community School’s senior hurlers’joust with Coláiste Chríost Rí. The Cork city side got off to the better start with two early points. Cashel responded with points from Josh Keane and Killian Loughman. The teams continued to exchange points during an evenly matched first half. Just before half time, Coláiste Chríost Rí got in for a fortuitous goal, to secure a two point advantage at the interval: CCR 1 – 7, Cashel C.S. 0 – 8.Read More
School Bank “Lig Mé Saor”Read More
Adult Education Programme
A comprehensive range of Adult Education courses are provided by Cashel Community School. Physical Therapy and Wellbeing, Pilates, Woodwork (the basics), Flower arranging and Beginners Computers and Internet use are just a sample of the 23 courses on offer at Cashel Community School. Enrolment for courses will take place on Monday 23rd September 2013 from 2pm – 4pm and in the evening from 7pm – 9pm.Read More
Welcome back to all our staff and students! We hope that you are settling into the new school year well. A particular warm welcome to our First Years. We hope you enjoy many happy days here in CCS and make many friends and memories along the way.
Good luck to all for the academic year 2013/14.Read More
We bid farewell to the class of 2013 last Thursday night as they celebrated their Graduation Ceremony in the school hall. The students did themselves, their families and the school very proud. On Monday, 61 students travelled with their class tutors and year head to Trabolgan in Cork for their end of year outing and a great day was had by all.Read More
Well done to all who completed the run last Thursday.
Please find the results attached.
Results are given according to race number.Read More
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their help and support in organising our Fun Run in aid of Pieta House. It is with much delight that we tell you that the total sum raised was 13,070 euro.
The run was a huge success and we have had such positive feedback from the students and participants about the day.
Once again, many thanks to our helpers and participants and we look forward to your continued support in the future.Read More
A huge congrats to our Junior Camogie squad and their coaches Ms. Brid Gleeson and Mr. Brendan Ryan on their success! The team defeated Pres Waterford by a substantial score last Thursday. Captains Kate O'Donnell and Shannon Strawbridge brought the trophy back to school with great pride and the girls were honoured at a school assembly on Friday.
This victory is the result of a lot of hard work, dedication and training from the girls and their coaches.
We are very proud of you all!Read More
Congratulations to our Junior Camogie Team that reached the Munster Final Today.
Full report to follow.Read More
Congratulations to four first year students who qualified for the regional final in Clonmel on Saturday April 27th following their outstanding success in the school round. Wishing the best of luck in the final to these four students… Aine Bourke, Sean Batist, Cathal Carr and Lorcan Reade. This event is a national competition organised annually by the Irish Maths Teachers Association and is open to all first year students.
Application forms for our run/walk in aid of Pieta House are steadliy coming in and we expect to have a great crowd on the day. If you have not applied yet, or you know others who want to reply, remind them to get their appliaction form in as soon as possible with 10 euro. Application forms are available to download here on the school website.
See you there!!Read More
The junior camogie team qualified for the Munster `B`Plate semi-final thanks to a comprehensive victory over Carrigtwohill of Cork. Played at the Cork school’s home ground, it was a close opening affair, with both sides trading points. Early on, Cashel recorded well-taken scores from Kate Murphy, Emma Sinclair, Ciara Moloney. These forwards, combined with a determined and solid defence line, sent the Cashel girls into a 6 points to 3 points lead at half-time.Read More
The long wait for our Senior boys is finally over. Tomorrow, they take on Templemore in the County Senior Football Final. They have been preparing and training hard over the last number of weeks awaiting the other side of the draw to be complete and are now ready for action tomorrow.
Best of luck to the team and to their coaches Mr Quinn and Mr Ryan. We hope ye bring back silverware to school tomorrow!Read More
For the next week, SHADES pins in aid of the Irish Guidedogs for the Blind will be on sale in the GP at breaktime at a cost of 2 euro each. This years badges feature three beautiful guidedog puppies! Students from all years are helping to sell the pins so please bring in your 2 euro and support our annual fundraiser for the guidedogs.
It costs 38,000 euro and two years to train a new guidedog so lets do our little bit to help.Read More
The fifth year students from CCS along with the teaching staff are hosting a 6km fun run/walk on the 2nd May. The event will leave CCS front car park and lead participants on a 6km route that will finish again at the school. It will start at 5.00. Specific details about registration will be given closer to the time.Read More
Best of luck to our two transition year mini companies who are taking part in the county final of the County Enterprise Board mini company competition in the Clonmel Park Hotel on Friday 1st march.
"Pedal to the Metal" have produced toy farm machinery and the team members are Nick Ryan, Denis Fogarty, James Casey, Owen Cleary and Daniel Hayes.
"Quick Cookery Book" have produced a cookery book for students with easy to follow and quick recipes. The team members are Johanna Murray, David Ryan, Amanda Keating and Nicole McGrath.Read More
Our Senior footballers hard work has paid off. With the help of their trainers Mr. Quinn and Mr. Ryan, our boys have reached the MacGabhann Cup Final against either The High School of Clonmel or Templemore. The recent success of Tipperary football at Minor and underage level has reaped rewards as many talented footballers now grace the field in CCS.Read More
On a frosty Monday morning last, eighty 5th Year higher level English students accompanied by their teachers Mr. Kennedy and Ms. Sheehan set off for Garter Lane Theatre in Waterford for Cyclone Rep's production of Shakespeare's famous 'Scottish Play' Macbeth.Read More
The Spring 2013 Adult Education evening courses will commence at Cashel Community School on Monday 28th January. GAA coaching course, Energy saving in the home, Musculoskeletal Health, Food Hygiene and HACCP are just a sample of the 23 courses on offer at Cashel Community School. Enrolment for courses is on-going but official enrolment will take place on Monday 21st January from 2pm – 4pm and 7pm – 9pm.Read More
Cashel Community School notes, 28th Nov 2012
20,000 Houses Built
On Friday 9th November, Cashel Community School waved goodbye to six Sixth Year students who set off on the week long building blitz in South Africa. On the Sunday morning, over 600 hundred volunteers marched onto site at Wallacedene , which has a population of 21,000 and is one of the poorest townships in Cape Town.
Last weekend, our team of students and staff returned from South Africa after a strenuous week on the Niall Mellon building blitz in South Africa. A full report from those involved plus photographs of the trip will be posted here later in the week.Read More
The Community School’s senior footballers played Thurles C.B.S. in the first round of the MacGabhann Cup and registered a good win, 3 – 12 to 2 – 6. Full-forward Conor Butler book-ended the game with two well taken goals; the first coming after just five minutes of the first half and the second from a penalty later in the game. Over all, the side displayed strong team spirit and deserved the victory.Read More
Niall Mellon House-BuildersRead More
Phantom in Cashel
There’s a stir in the air around Cashel these days as the staging of The Phantom of the Opera approaches. This musical by Andrew Lloyd Weber is in a class of its own. It’s a “must see” for all lovers of best music, superb singing and top class acting. These features are found in abundance in the cast assembled by the Community School, under the direction of Mr. John Murray.
The Phantom in Cashel runs 7th – 10th November, 8.00pm nightly in the Community School hall.Read More
Sport in CSS
First Year Hurling
The First Year hurlers took part in the County Tipperary schools first year blitz in Clonoulty on Tuesday, 9th October. The other schools in their group were Thurles CBS, The Abbey, Tipp Town; Clonmel High School and Scoil Mhuire, Johnstown. Cashel had a bye in the first round. They then faced Thurles CBS who were a strong side. The Cashel boys started slowly but soon got into the game and competed well. Final score: Thurles 2 – 5, CCS 0 – 5.Read More
Monday 22nd October, 2012
1. Senior Boys soccer match V’s Killenaule in school field at 12:30p.m. – leaving class
2. Senior hurling V’s Killenaule in Killenaule – leave at 2:35
Tuesday 23rd October, 2012Read More
The 143 First Years continue to settle in to their new environment at Cashel Community School, getting used to the routine of a much more varied and indeed longer school day.
A great many of the boys and girls have involved themselves in extra-curricular activities such as hurling, camogie, soccer, basketball, choir, trad group, and much else – all wholesome ways of making good new friends and feeling at home in CCS.
Congratulations to Sixth Year students Dylan Fitzell, Josh Keane and Simon Delaney who were part of the Tipperary minor hurling panel that were victorious in the All-Ireland final replay on last Sunday. From the centre-forward position, Dylan played a key role in the team’s success. These three very happy students are now looking forward to bringing the Irish Press Cup to the school in celebration.Read More
TY Induction Day 2012 30/08/12Read More
The Six CCS Students pictured here with their clubmates before heading off for CityWestRead More
To mark International Maths Week, students are invited to participate in online activities through Mangahigh.Read More
Monday 8th October, 2012
1. U16 girls basketball V’s Loreto, Clonmel & U19s V’s Pres. – Clonmel @ 1p.m.–
depart 9:15 – S. Walsh
2. Senior Football Championship V Kilrush in Rathbane @ 11:35
3. TY 1 ECDL Exam
4. Adult Evening classes – Week 3.
Tuesday 9th October, 2012Read More
Evening Courses at Cashel Community SchoolRead More
Best wishes are extended to Sixth Year students Dylan Fitzell and Joshua Keane as they prepared with the Tipperary Minor hurlers for next Sunday’s All-Ireland final against Dublin.
Here’s hoping they can add to the All-Ireland minor football success of last year.
The following is the schedule for the return of students to Cashel Community School:
Monday August 27th – First year students
Tuesday August 28th – Third year and Sixth year students
Wednesday August 29th – Second year studentsRead More
First Year Students
First year students for the 2012\13 school year will begin at 9am on Monday the 27th of August. An induction programme will be provided.
This will include:
Dean Byrne Cup
The family of the Dean Byrne, the CCS First Year student who died in a tragic accident twelve months ago, have kindly donated a beautiful soccer cup to be played for in his memory. The inaugural match was played at the Community School recently, contested by the school’s First Year team and Cashel Town’s U13 side. The game was a fitting memorial tribute to Dean who was an excellent striker for both school and club.Read More
Cashel Community School entered five teams in the Munster Schools Tennis Championship Shield competitions this year. The five teams got through the round-robin series to qualify for the quarter-finals and then on to the semi-finals. Unfortunately, the two U14 boys teams were drawn against each other and the A team won in a very close match. The U14 girls played Loreto, Fermoy, in Kilworth but the Cork girls proved the stronger. The U19B boys lost to C.B.C., Cork, in the semi-final, 3 – 2.Read More
The management and staff of CCS want to wish all our students getting results today the very best of luck.
Results are available from the school from 9 am and online from 12.30.
The management and staff wish to congratulate Dylan Fitzell and his team mates on winning back to back Minor football titles. Dylan a 6th year student captained the victorious side.Read More
The Cashel Community School Uniform is available from O’ Dwyers Drapery Cashel
We take great pride in our School Uniform at Cashel Community School. We regard the uniform as a symbol for all the positive educational features which characterise the school and its pupils. We therefore request parent(s)/guardian(s) co-operation in ensuring that the correct uniform is worn in the proper way by pupils, coming to school, during school and going home from school.
The uniform is:Read More
All Junior and Leaving Certificate students should make themselves aware of their time tables.
Please note times for aural exams.
Calculators, maths sets, set squares, t-squares etc must be brought by all students and will not be provided by the school.
Best of Luck to all students
Patrick (Paddy) Morrissey wins Student of the YearRead More
Student Awards 2012- Winners
1 Foyle Niamh Ryan
1 Erne Briana crosse
1 Barrow Rachel O Keeffe
1 Suir Muireann O Connor
1 Nore Orla O Dwyer
1 Lee Laura Connolly
Full AttendanceRead More
Charity Fashion Show
Cashel Community School will be aglow on this coming Friday night, 11th May, for the annual gala Fashion Show in aid of the school’s team of house-builders who will work in South Africa with the Niall Mellon building blitz next November. Six students and two teachers will form the team, and €30,000 is needed to send them. This fashion show is the major fundraiser. Tickets – €20 – at the door or bookable in advance at the school 062-61167.Read More
Anti-Smoking Poster Winners
Jimmy Walsh has been smoke free for six years . As part of the SPHE first module Jimmy talked to first year group 1 Lee about his previous life as a smoker and promotes a smoke free lifestyle. Students enjoyed the talk and asked questions afterwards. This year Jimmy judged the poster competition that 1 Lee participated in. Well done to everyone in 1LEE
Jimmy said the standard was very high and it was a difficult decision .
The three winners wereRead More
Imagination is precious. Hard work reaps rewards. Combine these two slogans and one can get an accurate feel of the spirit of a dozen Transition Year students who last week received national recognition for their Young Social Innovators (YSI) project, “Do You Want Braille With That?” This project aims to make it possible for restaurants to provide braille, audio and clear print menus for customers who have impaired vision or are blind.Read More
Young Social Innovators
Transition Year students involved in the Young Social Innovators Competition were delighted this week when they learned that they have been chosen to partake in the Showcase Finals of the competition on May 9th .
Over 300 projects were submitted nationally this year , 60 go through to the finals.
The project is called "Do You Want Braille With That ? "
Pictures can be found in the gallery link.
Cashel Community School Senior Choir go to Dublin on Monday, May 14th, to sing in Dublin Castle. They have been asked to sing at the launch of an exhibition of pictures relating to Queen Elizabeth 11 visit to Ireland in May 2011 – Well done to the students who have been asked to perform at this prestigious event – another proud moment for Cashel Community School.Read More
Cashel Community School Junior Choir took part in the Choral festival in Cork on Thursday May 03rd. Students did exceptionally well earning 1 of only 4 merit awards (84.25%)in the competition. Twenty three choirs from all over Ireland were involved in this competition. Well done to all!Read More
Cashel Community School had a great win in the Munster first year camogie blitz played in Mallow on Wednesday April 18th. The girls did their school proud taking home the trophy after four excellent matches in which they played with great spirit.
In the first game the CCS team played one of the home teams from mallow and emerged with a narrow victory. In the second match the team played St Annes and showed great resilience. Stacey Farrell and Emma Mcloughlin got some great scores.
T.Y. students, Michael Prendergast, Brian Burke, Daniel Bowes and Philip Ryan, will head to Croke Park on Wednesday April 18th in the hope of winning the National Enterprise Board senior mini-company award. Their B.B.P.R. Restoration and Repairs mini-company has already won the South County Tipperary trophy with their superb work in restoring a derelict tractor and trailer. Best of luck from all in CCS.Read More
The members of CCS senior choir will perform at the National concert Hall in Dublin on Monday April 16th. There they will compete with five other post-primary school choirs who have made it through to the finals of the Waltons Music School sponsored “Music for Schools” competition that is being run in conjunction with RTE LyricFM. This is a most prestigious national competition and it is quite an honour to have made it to the final.Read More
Ballinclough, Tramore, Co. Waterford was the venue for the All-Ireland Interschool Hunter Trials 2012 held on the recent bank holiday. It was a lovely dry day, the track looked very well and was a galloping course. As usual, the knockables caused a good deal of problems but the track rode well and the competitions were mainly won on speed.Read More
Cashel Commujity School participated in the Tipperary Schools Drama festival held in Holycross recently. The actors, drawn from T.Y., were Thomas Grogan, Nell Trehy, Aoife Clancy and Katie McDonnell. The play staged by the group was “He Said and She Said” by Alice Gerstenberg. It is a comedy with the central theme of gossip, set during World War 1. The adjudicator praised the choice of play, the ability of the players to maintain their accents throughout the performance and the stage props. Nell Trehy won an acting award.Read More
The Community School’s Rock Solid Bank committee represented the school at the regional finals of the AIB “Build a Bank” Challenge, held in Limerick recently. A total of 33 schools competed to qualify for the national finals in May. The standard was extremely high. The CCS committee delivered a really good 10-minute presentation to the judges and were unfortunate not to qualify. The students were accompanied by their Business teacher Ms. Reddan and by the local AIB student officer Claire Davern.Read More
Congratulations to T.Y. mini-company B.B.P.R. Restoration and Repairs who became County Tipperary senior champions in the County Enterprise Board mini-company competition held in Clonmel Park Hotel on last Friday. The group consisted of Michael Prendergast, Brian Burke, Daniel Bowes and Philip Ryan.Read More
Hurling HeartacheRead More
Take Me Out
The Community School sports hall was packed to capacity on Friday night last for a home-grown version of the t.v. show Take Me Out. It was the brainchild of the students council as their very effective way to raise funds for the National Rehabilitation Centre, Dun Laoghaire.Read More
Huge Success for CCS at County Cross Country Championships
A group of energetic students departed from CCS last Wednesday morning for the County Cross Country Championships in Thurles with their teachers Ms. O’ Donnell and Ms. Rice. A great sporting day was had by all the completed with Cashel Community School taking home a large amount of medals.
Over 30 1st year girls from Cashel Community School and Scoil Ruain Killenaule took part in a one day basketball camp during the mid-term break. It was a huge success and great fun. The following students won performance prizes on the day; Katie Rafferty, Maria Magner, Niamh Ryan, Roisin Maher. A big thank you to all that helped make the day a success.Read More
During his long and distinguished life, Dick Wood served many organisations and clubs, such as Muintir na Tire, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Fine Gael, Mayor of Cashel Town Council and chairman of Cashel Town F.C. His day job was as a postman, so he was known far and wide, and for many good reasons.
Dick had a great love of soccer. His favourite team was Port Vale F.C., from the midlands of England. Of course he liked nothing better than to go to Palmershill Park, Cashel, on a Sunday afternoon to see the “Town” play.Read More
The New Inn drama group, the Father Mathew Players, will stage John B. Keane’s attractive play “Many Young Men of Twenty” in the Community School hall on the coming Tuesday night, 28th February. This production has already been very well received by audiences when it played to full houses in New Inn parish hall two weeks ago.Read More
Last Saturday three students travelled to Broadford Co Limerick to represent Cashel Community School in the Munster Schools Handball Championship. In the Intermediate doubles category Padraig O' Donoghue and Jonathan Walsh had a very convincing win over Colaiste na Chraoibhin Fermoy in the semi-final, but were defeated in the Final by Colin Corbett and Niall Bolton of St Josephs Tulla Co. Clare.Read More
The Sixth Year Leaving Cert Applied students garnered marks for their Leaving Certificate
last week when their various Tasks were assessed and marked. This involved presenting their written project work and being interviewed on Contemporary Issues, Graphics and Construction, Practical Achievement and Office Administration.
A copy of the school prospectus is now available to download under the about us category.
Key dates to note
1. Completed apllication forms to be returned to school office Friday 24th Feb
2. First Year Assesment Saturday 21st April
On Sunday the 22nd January, the school’s equestrian enthusiasts along with their Chef D’equipe Ms Reddan, made the early journey to Mill Road Equestrian centre in Thurles to take part in the Hoofprints Interschools Show Jumping Competition.Read More
On Monday, 5th December, the Community School Parents’ Association hosted a very informative and hugely entertaining talk on “Parenting – the Challenges and the Rewards.” The guest speaker was Mr. John Lonergan, former governor of Mountjoy and erstwhile Tipperary Person of the Year. Mr. Lonergan treated the large audience to a number of very insightful accounts of incidents and events from his own experience of parenting – his stories resonated with the assembled parents since they could recognise similar happenings in their own exercise of parenting.Read More
Several students who sat the Junior Certificate examinations at Cashel Community School last June have received confirmation that they excelled in various subjects, at national level.Read More
On Thursday, 1st December, the Community School senior choir had the great honour of inaugurating Christmas 2011 in Ireland when, by official invitation, they sang a selection of carols in the grounds of Dáil Eireann. An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, and many T.D.s and Senators attended the festive event. Afterwards, the choir members were given a guided tour of Leinster House by South Tipperary T.D., Tom Hayes, who also hosted the official luncheon laid on for them by the Oireachtas authorities.Read More
Since Halloween mid-term break, the 6LCA and T.Y. classes have had the benefit of out-of-school placements in a wide range of everyday adult work situations. For each and all of the students it has been an eye-opener that has broadened their understanding of what is required of employees and of the self-employed. The school authorities at CCS are extremely grateful to the scores of business people, employers and self-employed persons who welcomed and tutored the students who were in their charge during the past few weeks.Read More
On Wednesday 23rd November, the Transition Year students were proud to open their school bank, under the reassuring title: “Rock Solid Bank”. They have entered upon this venture in conjunction with the AIB “build a bank” programme. Lar Corbett was guest of honour at this special event and cut the (blue and gold) ribbon to officially open the bank for business.Read More
HOUSES OF THE OIREACHTAS
Cashel Community School Choir to sing at the
Christmas tree lighting ceremony at Leinster House
The Choir of Cashel Community School accepted an invitation to perform at the Christmas tree lighting ceremony at Leinster House on 1 December 2011 at 12 noon.Read More
Comhairle na nOg
Joe Cronin 5th year (secretary) and Declan Burgess TY PRO, who are current Cashel representatives on Comhairle na nOg Tipperary met Alan Quinilan when they attended the 'Lean on Me' talk in Clonmel recently.
The 'Lean on Me' programme promotes positive mental health.
The Parents Association of Cashel Community School are hosting a talk on parenting called 'Parenting – the Challenges and the Rewards' by Mr. John Lonergan former Governor of Mountjoy, in Cashel Community School on Monday 5th December 2011 at 8.00pm. Admission is free. Light refreshments served after. All are welcome.Read More
Congratulations to Ian Lonergan, a sixth year student at CCS, who was recently selected as Cashel Lions Club Young Ambassador of the 21st Century. This award is part of a nationwide scheme run by Lions Club International whereby young people who make major contributions to their local communities are honoured. Ian, a native of Oliver Plunkett Park, Cashel, is certainly one such young person and is richly deserving of his award. He is wished well as he advances to the regional stage of the scheme.Read More
On last Sunday evening, the Community School team of house-builders arrived home from South Africa, very tired but very pleased. They had been part of a six hundred strong battalion of Irish volunteers who built eighty houses from scratch and completed another eighty that had been partially built by local African workers whom the Niall Mellon Trust had trained and employed. In total, five hundred shack dwellers are now, for the first time, making their homes in safe solid houses that have clean running water. Their lives are transformed.Read More
At Dublin CastleRead More
The first group of TY students prepared a feast today for all their teachers.
Each group ahd to prepare a starter, main course and dessert from a chosen country.
Well done to all students involved.
Me and My Girl
Preparations for the school muscial are well underway. The production of Me and My Girl will hit the stage on Wednesday 26th. Tickets are 15 euro and are available from the school office (062 61167). This is a very popular play so book early to avoid disappointment.
Soccer StoryRead More
Table QuizRead More
To mark International Maths Week; First, Second and Transition Year students are invited to participate in online activities through Mangahigh. Well done to our students whose participation in this competition has seen Cashel Community School move steadily up the rankings during the day. Keep up the great work!Read More
Senior Camogie Victory
Camogie ProgressRead More
Minor Football CupRead More
Important notice for parents and students
Change to school calender.
The Staff Inservice Day scheduled for Tuesday the 11th of October has been postponed. Tuesday will be a normal school day and all students will be expected to attend.
First Year Mass
First Year students and their parents/guardians gathered on last Wednesday night in the sports hall for a special Mass, to pray God’s blessing as they being their five-or-six journey along the corridors and classrooms of Cashel Community School. Preparations had been conducted by the members of the Religion and Music departments at the school. The result was a beautiful and uplifting liturgy, for which school Chaplain Fr. Bernie Moloney was celebrant.Read More
Girls BasketballRead More
Show Time SoonRead More
SCHOOL CALENDAR 2011/12
Wednesday August 24th: School Planning Day 9:00 to 5:00.
Thursday August 25th: School Planning Day 9:00 to 5:00.
Friday August 26th: Students return to school (First year only).
School Tuition Year commences.
60×30 Handball Munster Schools Championship 2011
Two students from Cashel Community School, Lorcan Bergin and Joey Doherty represented South Tipperary in the All Ireland Ploughing Championships in Athy. Both students performed exceptionally well with Lorcan winning the Under-21 Conventional Class Junior Grade Final on Tuesday 20th September. Congratulations to both students from everyone in CCS.Read More
C.C.S senior girls camogie team had a comprehensive win over the Ursuline Secondary School Thurles in the Munster league. There is lots of new talent emerging this year ranging from 1st to 6th year. This was a great start to the year. The next league match takes place on Friday against Laurel Hill FCJ Limerick.
Full match report and photos to follow.Read More
Best of luck to Dylan Fitzell and Gearoid Slattery, two Fifth Year students who head to Croke Park on the coming Sunday in search of All-Ireland Minor football honours. They have performed heroically already this year defeating the giants of football Kerry and Cork along the way and it is hoped they will cap it off on Sunday with the ultimate trophy.Read More
Our warmest congratulations this evening go to our two students Dylan Fitzell and Gearoid Slattery who today won the All Ireland Minor Football Final wearing the blue and gold of Tipperary. It was Tipperary's first success at this level in 77 years and in an outstanding team performance today, ran our victors over a much fancied Dublin team on a scoreline of 3-9 to 1-14.Read More
Junior Cert Results 2011
At half nine Wednesday morning the nervous wait was over for the Junior Cert class of 2011. A steady flow of smiling faces emerged from room one clutching the long awaiting results. The class of 2011 kept up the tradition of fantastic results in CCS with a wide scattering of A and B grades.
Congratulations to all those who received results.Read More
All Ireland Primary School Game
Aoife Crosse a new first year student had the honour of representing Tipperary and her primary school (Thomastown NS) at half time of the All Ireland Hurling Final this year. Aoife who plays for the New Inn Camogie Club lined out in the full back position.
Well done to Aoife and we wish her every success in the CCS jersey.
Night Classes at CCS
The Autumn 2011 Adult Education night classes will commence at Cashel Community School on Monday 26th September. A wide range of classes are on offer, ranging from glass painting, languages, fitness classes, information technology and business planning, to gardening and music classes. Enrolment will take place on next Monday, 19th September, 2.00 – 4.00pm and 7.00 – 9.00pm. Alternatively, enrolment forms may be posted back to the school accompanied by the appropriate fee.Read More
As the summer draws to a close, staff and students of CCS are preparing to return to school for the 2011- 2012 year.
First Year students began their secondary school life last Friday with an induction day that saw them meet their teachers, classmates, 6th Year links and Class Tutors. We wish them a very warm welcome and all the best for their time in Cashel Community School.
The following are the dates for return for the remaining year groups:
Monday 29th August: 3rd and 6th Years return.Read More
Just before they launched into the Munster senior hurling championship, four members of the Tipperary panel visited Cashel Community School to present medals to the school’s senior hurlers who won the Munster Corn Phadraig and to the U16½ panel that won the Munster Corn an Risigh. The visitors were John O’Keeffe (past student), Noel McGrath, Paddy Stapleton and John O’Neill.
This year’s First Year soccer finalists for the P.J. Davern Cup were 1.Nore and 1.Erne. The two sides had earned their place in the show-piece event by topping the league-style competition that had been played between all six class groups. The first half of this final was a tense and tight affair – possibly due to the big attendance and to blustery weather conditions.
Eleven acts participated in the end-of-year school talent show – eight from junior students and three senior acts. It was fantastic that so many junior students took part and equally pleasing that girl/boy ration was fifty/fifty. The acts were very diverse, ranging from solo singers to duets, violin, rock bands, dancers, baton, and rappers. The adjudicators were impressed by the very high standard – particularly at junior cycle – with just one mark separating the winners from all others.
A big well done to students in CCS who took part this year in the annual SHADES campaign for the Irish Guidedogs for the Blind. Through the sale of Shades pins in school, the students raised 370 Euro for this very worthwhile and noble charity which will go towards the training of guide dogs and assistance dogs at their centre in Cork.
Well done!!Read More
As the Junior and Leaving Cert have come to a close, as does the school year in Cashel Community School. Details of dates of return after the Summer Holidays will be posted shortly online. We wish all staff, students and their families an enjoyable break from the school routine and look forward to seeing you all again in late August.Read More
On Friday 20th of May, twenty students from the school choir along with Mr. John Murray and Ms. Ciara O' Connor performed 'May the Road Rise to Meet You' for Queen Elizabeth II. The performance was broadcast nationwide and indeed worldwide and has received much praise from commentators.Read More
As the Junior and Leaving Cert exams begin all over the country, we would like to wish all students at CCS the very best of luck in their exams.
Students are advised to turn up at least a half an hour before their first exam to ensure that they have time to find their exam centre and get settled.
Parents are advised to double check the times and dates of all the exams to avoid any mix ups!! The exam timetable is available on our website by clicking on the link to 'Academic' in the menu.
GOOD LUCK TO ALL!!!!Read More
Recycle your old bed linen, paired shoes, bags, belts etc
Bag them and drop off to CCS from Monday 16th May to Friday 24th June 2011 during school hours.
In aid of the Niall Mellon Township Trust in Association with Lenreo & Affillated CharitiesRead More
Cashel Community School is among a group of 20 schools who have consistently been involved in fundraising each year for Concern and have over the years raised substantial ammounts.
Concern have a programme in place of selecting a school from this group each year to take part in an educational trip to some of their projects in a developing world country.
We have the honour of been selected this year.Read More
Congratulations to Amy Crosse (T.Y.) and Ciannait Walsh (3rd Yr.) on winning All-Ireland gold with the Tipperary U16 camogie team that overcame Kilkenny by one point in Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds. Both girls are dedicated and skillful players who excel at club, school and county levels. They well deserve their hard-earned All-Ireland medals. May they add to their tally in the years ahead.
To view more photos of Wednesday's game please visit our Galleries section.Read More
Cashel Community School will be closed on Friday 20th May due to the visit of HRH Queen Elizabeth II to the Rock of Cashel. Many traffic restrictions are in place around the town and it would be a great difficulty for students and teachers to travel on the day.
There will be no evening study on Thursday 19th May as road closures are being put in place from 6pm Thursday evening.Read More
Students from the school council and teacher respresentives along with members of the school choir are to meet the Queen when she visits the Rock Of Cashel on Friday 20th of May.
Full report to followRead More
Two Cashel Community School students were on the victorious Tipperary Minor football team which defeated the might of Kerry in the Munster Semi Final last night in Semple Stadium, Thurles. Gearoid Slattery played in goal and Dylan Fitzell lined out at centre back, both members of the Cashel King Cormacs Club.Read More
Many thanks to everybody who contributed to making this year’s fashion show a great success. From suppliers of fashion wear to First Year models, from fashion designers to debonair and glamorous Fifth Years, from audience to stately staff members, from fundraisers to friends: everyone combined to create an evening of exhilarating entertainment. And, in the process, raised a substantial amount of money for the school’s Niall Mellon Trust charity.
This week in CCS a number of students are raising funds for the Irish Guidedogs for the Blind by selling their 'SHADES' pins in school at a cost of 2 euro each. This annual event has raised much awareness among the students of the fantastic work that both guidedogs and assistance dogs do.
Hopefully it will get the support it deserves and best of luck to the students involved.Read More
The staff and students of CCS were thrilled to welcome Niall Mellon in person. He was officially welcomed by school principal, Mr. Eddie Morrissey, who spoke of the inspiration Niall has given to the people of Ireland and in particular to the population of Cashel Community School, past and present. The assembly then watched a short dvd illustrating the work carried out in Capetown last November and heard the thoughts of the CCS students who were part of that work in 2010.Read More
A long puck competition was held on the school field just before the Easter Holidays.
Congrats to Senior Long Puck winners
Middle school winners
Our Senior Scooer team yesterday made history by defeating local rivals Rockwell College in the third annual Dick Woods Memorial Cup. This was the first time Cashel has won the competition and on this occasion were worthy champions on a scorline of 3-0. Goals scored by Robert Anglim, James Harding and Craig Condon.Read More
This week, TY students and their teachers enjoyed what has become the most anticipated outing on the TY calendar, the Outdoor Pursuits overnight trip to the outdoor education centre in the Burren, Co. Clare.
Students took part in a variety of outdoor activities such as bodyboarding, kayaking, rock climbing, caving, hill walking and a variety of other adventure sports.
As usual, this was a very enjoyable outing and the students will take many memories with them from this which is the highlight of TY for many.Read More
A raffle was held in school on Thursday the 7th of April. The raffle was in aid of the Niall Mellon Township Trust and all money raised will go towards funding this years chosen students
Winners and Prizes
Andrew Downey 6th Year
Paudie Slattery 6th Year
Aoife Hill 3rd Year
Evan Morrissey 5th YearRead More
Lourdes Volunteers Chosen
Earlier in the week 17 very capable 5th year students took part in interviews to pick this years Lourdes volunteers. After a tough deliberation 3 candidates were picked.
Well done to those chosen to represent the school.Read More
Leaving Cert Irish Oral exams and practicals for Junior Cert Home Economics and Music are due to begin on Monday 4th April 2011. Students are advised to double check the dates and time of their individual exams with their subject teachers.
Best of luck to all students in the forthcoming exams.Read More
What has become one of the most eagerly awaited sporting events on the CCS calender, the annual Anna Hickey Memorial Cup has gotten off to a flying start in recent days. This league sees teams of students and teachers competing against one another at lunchtime games in front of a packed sportshall. In recent years the teachers have been the team to beat, however, this year there are two teams of teachers competing which will make the competition very interesting if they come up against each other in the knockout stages!!!Read More
A band of Transition Year students ventured into the world of drama recently, scripting and performing their own version of the much-loved tale of Cinderella and staging it in the schools’ section of the Holycross Drama Festival. They prepared and performed under the direction of Mrs. Eileen O’Dwyer and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. One of their number, Sinead Magner, received an award for her performance in the role of “Ugly Sister”.Read More
The schools’ section of the Cork International Choral Festival was held last week. As always, Cashel Community School choir took part and, as ever, performed extremely well, coming second in the post-primary mixed voices section. They performed under the direction of Mr. John Murray and the adjudicators scored them highly for their selected pieces, “Mack the Knife” and “Tuirne Mhaire”.Read More
Two Transition Year groups from CCS competed in the annual South Tipperary County Enterprise Board schools competition. Staged at Clonmel Park Hotel, the “Kirky Kardz” company, comprised of Sinead Magner, Roisin Crowe and Orla Slattery displayed their high quality hand-made cards. Their uniqueness and creativity ensured they received much praise from visitors to their stand. On top of that, the judges awarded them the prize for “highly commended.”
Cashel Community School will be closed on St. Patrick's Day, the 17th and March and also on Friday 18th March.
Enjoy our National Holiday and wear your shamrock with pride!!
La Fheile Phadraig!Read More
Our Senior hurlers were defeated in their All Ireland Semi Final at the weekend on a scoreline of 2-10 to 11 points after extra time. Cashel struggled to get on top of this tight game and at the final whistle were level 9 points a piece with St. Raphael's of Loughrae.
Well done to the team and mentors who have done so much to raise school pride and spirit and have given us so much to cheer about this year.
Match Report:Read More
The Community School’s team for the Niall Mellon Building Blitz 2011 was announced on last Friday. Eighteen Fifth Year students had successfully completed the preliminary rounds in the application process and on Friday they each met with a panel of five interviewers. All interviewees impressed the panel greatly.
At the end of the day, the six students lucky enough to be chosen were named :
Rachel Fahy (Cashel/Rosegreen),
Ereena Fryday (Knockavilla/Donaskeigh),Read More
Take the N74 signposted Tipperary, continue through Tipperary and take the N24 signposted Limerick, pass through villages of Monard ,Oola, Pallas Green, Dromkeen and Boher,
At traffic signals turn left, then join the M7 motorway signposted Cork,Read More
After winning an epic Munster Final last weekend, the Senior Hurling team are now due to face St. Raphael's of Loughrea, Co. Galway on Saturday 12th March in Clarina, Limerick at 2pm.
Please encourage family and friends to come along and support the school in the All Ireland series. This is a very momentous occasion for Cashel Community School and it would be fantastic if we can pack the stadium with support for the boys!!
BEST OF LUCK!!!!Read More
Cashel Community School’s senior hurlers won Munster honours when capturing the coveted Corn Phadraig at the expense of Dungarvan C.B.S. last Saturday, on a scoreline of 2 – 8 to 1 – 8. Dungarvan were the reigning champions and they did not surrender their title easily in Clonmel, pushing Cashel every step of the way to the final whistle.
Our Senior Football team are in preparation to make history by bringing a second Munster title to CCS in the space of five days when they take on Listowel tomorrow. Many of the boys who won a hurling Munster medal last last Saturday are on the panel for this match again.
We wish the team and their mentors all the best.
Please come and support the team as they take on Listowel tomorrow, Wednesday 2nd March at 1.30pm in Clarina, Co. Limerick.Read More
Three of our Senior boys teams are preparing for their fast approacing Munster Finals. The soccer, hurling and gaelic football panels are training with great intensity at the moment with the hope of Munster glory in their sight.
The fixtures are as follows:
18th February Senior Soccer Munster Final vs De la Salle (venue to be announced).
26th February Senior Hurling Munster Final vs Dungarvan (venue to be announced).
2nd March Senior Football Munster Final vs Listowel (venue to be announced).Read More
Fr. Matthew Players
Free and Easy
On Thursday 17th of February at 7.45, Cashel Community School hosted a production of 'Free and Easy' by the Fr. Matthew Players. The night was a huge success. with great preformances and musical renditions that got the crowd singing along. €4506.00 was raised on the night for the Niall Mellon Township Trust.Read More
Senior Footballers are playing a selection from the Tipperary Minor team in Golden tonight at 7.30 in preparation for the Munster Final. Match report to follow.Read More
On Tuesday 1st February, our Senior hurlers defeated a much fancied Mallow team to reach the Munster Final on a scoreline of 4-11 to 1-11. This is another fantastic win for the school. These boys are going from strenght to strength and many of them will also represent the school in the up coming Munster Football Final.
On Tuesday 1st February our rugby team faced the High School of Clonmel in the Cleary Cup. The High School proved to be tough opposition on the day for us but the scoreline of 15-3 does not reflect the massive effort made by the Cashel team, most of which are first year students. Their strenght in holding off numerous tries from the High School is testament to the quality of players in our side. The future is bright for this young team.
Well done to the team and their coach, teacher John Edward O'Connor.Read More
A reminder to all students and parents that the Leaving and Junior Certificate Pre Examinations begin in CCS on Monday 7th February at 9am.
Please make a note of the following checklist before your exams:Read More
This years Munster Colleges handball competition took place in Broadford and Cappagh Co Limerick.
First Year Doubles- Killian Darcy and Conor White
These two students only took up the game at the start of this school year and have shown great improvement over this time. The standard was high and the cashel lads were defeated in two straight games by Michael Wheelan and Jamie Morrissey of Limerick. The lads are determined to be back next year with more experience under their belt.
The Community School’s First Year hurlers claimed the Sciath Ui Chathain in good style on Tuesday 25th January. The semi-finals and final of this County Tipperary schools competition for First Years were played at Dr. Morris Park. The competition was run during the autumn as a series of blitzes. The Cashel boys made good use of this format and improved greatly in the course of the series.
1st and 2nd Year Basketball
Congratulations to the 1st and 2nd year girls basketball teams who got off to a great start in their first league game with a convincing win over Cahir. Both teams were very impressive on defence and produced some excellent team scores at the other end of the court.
The first year gane finished Cashel 36 Cahir 11Read More
Our U15 hurlers play their next match in Corn Solo Munster Hurling Championship on Wednesday 2nd February in Tipperary Town against Kilmallock of Limerick. Best of luck to the team and their coaches.Read More
Start date for Junior and Leaving Certificate State exams.http://www.examinations.ie/index.php??l=en&mc=ex&sc=ttRead More
Parent Teacher Meetings for parents of students in 1st year and Transition year will take place from 2pm to 6.45pm. Students will have school until 12.45pmRead More
On Wednesday, our Senior football team overcame SMI Newcastle West in a tough game to reach the Munster Final on a scoreline of 12 points to 1-3. Cashel had an excellent first half despite playing against a strong breeze and went 4-0 up before long. Gearoid Slattery brought off a fantastic one-on-one save which boosted the boys morale further. Cashel advanced further and were leading at half time 7 points to 3.Read More
On Friday 10th December, our hurlers held out against a resilient Bandon side in Charleville to win on a scoreline of 2-10 to 13 points.
There were exuberant celebrations at the final whistle and the magnificent trophy was gratefully accepted by Simon Delaney and James Ryan. Well done to the panel and their trainers, teachers Seamus Carr and Brendan Ryan.Read More
The new website for Cashel Community School was launched on Tuesday night by Tipperary Senior Hurler Declan Fanning. The website covers a wide variety of school life and offers an insight into the workings of the school, from sport and extra curricular activities to exam timetables and adult education.Read More
Open NightRead More
Cashel hosted St. Flannan’s, Ennis, for the Munster Senior Cup tie on Tuesday of last week. The home side made a strong start, with some lovely passes given. Donal Reade was working hard on the wings. On the twenty-seventh minute Caolan O’Gorman delivered a beautiful ball along the line, Craig Condon collected and finished it clinically to the net. Goalie Ciaran Collins had to come off injured and was replaced by Brendan Lonergan. Shortly before half-time, sloppy play in the Cashel box allowed St. Flannan’s through for the equaliser.Read More
Pictured above are the Cashel Community School choir who were recently crowned winners of the RTE Lyric fm choirs for christmas competition. Their entry was very well received and they won two hundred euro and a specially commissioned plaque by the Abbey Stained Glass Studios. Congratulations to the Choir and their very dedicated conductor Mr John Murray.Read More
Cograulations to the Handball team who won the 2010 Munster Handball Championship. The School was represented by: Niall Fitzgerald (intermediate Singles) and Daniel Hayes (1st year Singles)
Well done lads you did us proud.Read More
Second and Fifth year Parent Teacher meeting will take place from 2 p.m. to 6.45 p.m. Students will have no school.Read More
A reminder to all 6th Year Students that today the 20th of January at 5.15 p.m. is the closing date for early applications to the CAO. Application fee is €30.