Caoimhe O’Leary, Emma Brady, Sarah Bourke and Michelle O’Riordan are 5th year students at Millstreet Community School. They will all be going on pilgrimage to Lourdes for a week during their Easter holidays 2019 with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust. They are following in a long line of other students who have gone to Lourdes as helpers and had a wonderfully fulfilling time.
The cost of their flight/accommodation is €670/person and the students are currently fundraising in an effort to cover these costs. A successful bake sale took place in the parish centre before Christmas.
A table quiz held in The Wallis Arms on Friday 1st February. More details to follow. Once again, thank you for your support.
Thank you to everyone who supported the bake sale that took place tonight (Saturday 15th Dec) in Millstreet Parish Centre. It was part of the fundraising efforts of the four 5th year students (Caoimhe O’Leary, Sarah Bourke, Michelle O’Riordan and Emma Brady) from Millstreet Community School who will be going to Lourdes with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust as helpers at Easter 2019.
A Bake Sale will take on Saturday 15th December in Millstreet Parish Centre after 6.30pm Mass.
Caoimhe O’Leary, Emma Brady, Michelle O’Riordan and Sarah Bourke are 5th year students at Millstreet Community School. They will be joining the IHCPT pilgrimage to Lourdes for a week at Easter 2019. They follow in a long line of students who have travelled as helpers for the Easter Pilgrimage and who have all come back with glowing reports about the experience.
As in previous years, fundraising events will be held to help cover the flight and accommodation costs for their week in Lourdes (€670/person). The Bake Sale is the first of these. Your support is appreciated.
What follows is an important message from one of the six groups of TY students from Millstreet Community School who have qualified for the BT Young Scientist Exhibition which will be held in Dublin in January 2019. They are hoping that you will be able to assist them. Thank you, in advance…
Our project has been selected for the BT Young Scientist competition, The title of the project is ” The effects of psoriasis on adolescent mental health in 2018″ As a teenager with the condition, the topic is of personal interest to a group member and we believe that the stress it causes is overlooked in its treatment. We are interested in finding how other young people deal with the condition and would appreciate if you could complete the below survey. Thank you. Hannah Keane and Ria Buckley.
[read more …] “BT Young Scientist Project on Psoriasis”
Thank you to everyone who supported the Trad for Trócaire event that took place in Millstreet Community School on Friday 9th November. It was a great evening of traditional song and music performed by the students, from 1st year all the way up to Leaving Certs. Ms Janet Twomey (Trócaire, Cork) spoke about the type of projects that would benefit from money raised from the evening. The event raised a total of €410 for Trócaire’s work. Thank you for your generosity.
The students of Millstreet Community School are proud to be hosting a Trad for Trócaire event in the school library on Friday 9th November beginning at 7.30pm. It will be a celebration of traditional Irish song, dance, music and the spoken word. Students from all year groups will have the opportunity to participate and everyone in the community is welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is free although there will be a collection in aid of Trócaire’s work amongst some of the poorest communities in development countries. We look forward to welcoming you on Friday.
Those who attended the Language and Culture Night which was held in Millstreet Community School on 10th May will know that a journalist and cameraman working for TG4 were present. They interviewed Irish teacher Ms Majella Horgan and three TY students, Jennifer Kelly, Gemma O’Regan and Katie Healy earlier in the evening. An edited version of what they filmed will be shown on TG4 on Sunday 20th May between 7pm and 7.30pm as part of Nuacht. The clip may only be two minutes in duration but it is good that they were able to be present to document such a worthwhile and memorable event.
This a reminder at all parents/guardians of Millstreet Community School Transition Year students (2017/2018) that their Graduation will take place on Tuesday 15th May in the school library. Please note that the starting time is 7.30pm. Thank you
This year’s Language and Culture Night will take place on Thursday 10th May in Millstreet Community School library/canteen, beginning at 7pm. Once again it will be a chance to acknowledge and celebrate the different nationalities that are now present in Millstreet and the local area. Everyone is welcome to attend this wonderfully inclusive community event. (please note that filming will take place during the event for a forthcoming edition of the TG4 programme Guth an Phobail – Voice of the Community)
Students preparing for the Language and Culture Night. left to right: Kasper Kaminski, Eimear Corcoran, Isabel Sibanda, Jordan Kiely, Emma Brady)
The annual Language and Culture Night will take place on Thursday 10th May 2018 in Millstreet Community School beginning at 7pm. This will be a great celebration of the cultures and languages that are now part of Millstreet and the local area. Everyone is welcome to come along. Admission is free.
A big thank-you to everyone who supported the Wear Your Waste recycled fashion event that took place on Thursday 26th April 2018 in Millstreet Community School. It really was a very memorable event. The teachers in the local National Schools who encouraged their pupils to get involved should be commended on their efforts. The event proved to be a great opportunity to raise the issue of ethical and sustainable fashion, and to encourage us to ask big fashion brands, ‘Who made my clothes?’
[read more …] “Wear Your Waste event at Millstreet Community School – thank you!”
The Millstreet Community School TY Development Education group would like to thank everyone who came along to the coffee morning on 9th March to mark International Women’s Day. It proved to be a great opportunity to chat over a cup of tea/coffee and buns baked by the students about what life was like for women in Ireland over the years up to the present day. All agreed that it would be great if this type of gathering happened more often. (photo – Helen Moore)
“Women Hold up Half the Sky”
To mark International Women’s Day we’d like to invite active retired ladies to a Coffee Morning in Millstreet Parish Centre on Friday 9th March between 10.00am and 11.15am.
It’ll be a chance for us to have a chat about changes in society through the years and how they have affected women. We’d love to see you there!
From: Millstreet Community School Transition Year Development Education group
Thanks to everyone who supported the Table Quiz held in The Wallis Arms on Friday 23rd February. It was in aid of the four 5th year students who will be going to Lourdes as helpers at Easter with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust. It was a most enjoyable night.
Thanks to everyone who supported the bake sale that took place in Millstreet Parish Centre on 10th/11th February. It is much appreciated.
Denise Healy, Aoife O’Riordan, Grace O’Connor and Ciara Manning will be travelling with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust to Lourdes at Easter. The cost of their travel and accommodation is €670/person and the hope is that they’ll be able to cover these costs through fundraising efforts.
The next fundraising event will be:
Table Quiz – Friday 23rd February 2018 in The Wallis Arms @8pm
€40/table of four. There will be a raffle on the night.
Congratulations to Mark Casey and Eimear Corcoran from Millstreet Community School on winning a ‘highly recommended’ in the Social and Behavioural Sciences category at the BT Young Scientist Exhibition held in Dublin recently. Eimear and Mark researched a project on improving the ranking system for Ireland’s second level schools. There were 104 projects in the final in this category making Mark and Eimear’s achievement most impressive.
Also at the Exhibition, Brian O’ Sullivan, Dylan Sheehan and David O’Donovan presented their project on the effects of heavy school bags on pupils to Minister for Defence Paul Keogh and to Michael Healy-Rae TD.
Jordan Kiely, Abby Ring and Emma McSweeney conducted research on a health related issue: Are teenagers carrying risk factors now that we would only see in older people before?
Emergency personnel listen carefully as Shannon O’Sullivan and Katie Healy as they explain their project at the Exhibition, that was entitled Charcoal or Eye Liner Markers – Which is better to help the daily lives of firefighters?
All the students are to be commended for the way they spoke about their projects, not just to the Exhibition judges but also to those who simply stopped to enquiry about the research they had carried out. Thanks must also be extended to the teachers who have helped the students prepare for the Exhibition.
Thanks to everyone who supported the Bake Sale that was held on Saturday 16th December 2017 in Millstreet Parish Centre. A total of €632 was raised. This money will go towards the travel and accommodation costs of two 5th year students at Millstreet Community School (Ciara Manning and Denise Healy) who will travelling with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust as helpers for a week at Easter 2018.
Millstreet Community School senior soccer team bounced back from a heavy loss in their first group match in Castleisland to beat St. Fanahan’s, in Mitchelstown, 5-4 in the John Murphy Cup. The win means they progress to the knockout stages of the competition and now face another tough away assignment against Schull Community College.
Having taken a two goal lead courtesy of the brace from Lael Tambwe, St. Fanahan’s battled back to take a 4-2 lead. However, with ten minutes to go the Millstreet students began their remarkable fightback. The third goal was scored by captain Colm O’Leary. Then it was the turn of two of the substitutes to play their part. Daniel Dennehy and Mateusz Ozaist both found the net, the last goal coming with virtually the final kick of the game.
It was a really spirited team performance and all the panel should be proud of their efforts.
Thanks to everyone who took part in this year’s Team Hope Shoebox Appeal. A total of 435 boxes were collected from Millstreet Community School on Thursday 16th November to begin their journey to children who will really benefit from your generosity . This was a tremendous response to the annual appeal. The boxes came from a number of sources:
Kilcorney National School, Rathcoole National School, Knocknagree National School, Hollymount National School, Scoil Mhuire National School Millstreet, Presentation National School Millstreet, Millstreet Community School.
Thanks must go to all connected with these schools, and to Mrs. Mary Randles and the Transition Years students of Millstreet Community School for coordinating this year’s effort. Thank you.
Cork Youth Dramafest
Office: Deerpark CBS, St. Patricks Road,
Tel: 087 – 382 – 19 – 11
CORK YOUTH DRAMAFEST 2018.
Calling all teachers! Enter any class group into above festival / competition, which is open to all sizes and kinds of class group, including special needs groups. Our Dramafest is more about participation than about winning! So, get the kids on stage – before a live audience!
Type of Drama: Any performance that falls between 10 and 30 mins –
single scene, one act play, mime, original script, individual performance, duo performance, individual performance, choral verse.
Adjudication: by experienced and understanding adjudicator. Several awards.
Venue: State of the art school stage at Deerpark CBS, Cork City.
Dramafest Date: Wed. March 21st 2018.
Further Info – Contact Bill at 087 – 382 – 1911 or Aaron at 085 – 704 – 9617.
Millstreet Community School Leaving Certificate Graduation will take place on Tuesday 23rd May beginning at 8pm.
Millstreet Community School TY Graduation will take place on Tuesday 16th May in the school library. Please note the start time is 7.30pm. Thank you.
A word of thanks to all those who came along to support the Language and Culture Night that was held in Millstreet Community School on Friday 12th May 2017. Fourteen nationalities from three continents were represented! Thanks also to those who prepared food for the evening. It was a night for celebrating cultural diversity which will be remembered for a long time.
Language and Culture Night
Date: Friday 12th May 2017
Venue: Millstreet Community School library / canteen
The night will be a chance to celebrate the many languages and cultures represented in our school and in the Millstreet area. Admission is free. All are welcome
The Millstreet Community School Transition Year Development Education Committee have now successfully completed two fundraising events to raise money for MS Ireland. Both events featured cakes and cookies that they themselves baked using Fairtrade ingredients such as sugar, coffee, and cocoa.
On Tuesday 28th February they hosted a coffee morning in the Parish Centre, which raised €506. On Tuesday 28th March they held a bake sale in Millstreet Community School canteen. They made €170 from this. So a grand total of €676 was raised. Thanks to everyone who supported these initiatives in any way. The students involved in running both events are to be commended on their efforts.
MILLSTREET COMMUNITY SCHOOL
TY DRAMA PRESENT
JOHN B. KEANE’S HILARIOUS COMEDY
“THE BUDS OF BALLYBUNION”
TONIGHT (16th March, 2017)
NOTE THE LATER START TIME TO FACILITATE
THOSE ATTENDING MASS
PLACE: School Canteen
COST: €8 Adults €5 Children/Students
DON’T MISS THIS FANTASTIC NIGHT OUT!