Board of Management Election

Parents of current Coláiste na hInse dáltaí are invited to a meeting in the school at 7pm on Wednesday, October 23rd. Nominations for parents' representatives on the Board of Management will be sought at the meeting. Each nominee must be seconded by a person in attendance at the meeting. If there is only one male and one female nominated at the meeting, they will be deemed elected. If there is more than one nominee, there will be a secret ballot at the meeting to elect the nominees. 

Full details can be found in the letter here.

IB Trip to Germany and Fifth Year Italy Trip 2020

Full details of the IB trip to Germany are now available online here.

Full details of this year's Fifth Year trip to Italy are now available online here.

This includes the dates for the trips and an itinerary, as well as details on how to pay the first installment.

Lá Spóirt

Fabulous September sunshine greeted Lá Spóirt this year as students competed in a range of sports including sprints, relays, multi-sport, rounders, the high jump, welly throwing and the perennial favourite, the egg potato and spoon race. A huge thank you to St. Colmcille’s for allowing us the use of their facilities in Piltown and to the Roinn Corpoideachas for a hugely enjoyable day.

Deadline for Incoming First Years on October 18th

Coláiste na hInse’s Oíche Eolais saw parents and students of current Sixth Class students invited into the school to meet our múinteoirí agus dáltaí and to explore the school building. Application forms for places in the First Year class of 2020-2021 were available on the evening and can be collected from the school office. For more information please see the school website, colaistenahinse.ie. The deadline for return of application forms to the school office is October 18th, 2019.

Idirbliain Dáltaí Complete 10km hike in Carlingford

All four Idirbliain classes completed a challenging ten kilometre hike around Carlingford on September 24th. Under glorious sunshine the dáltaí and their caomhnóiri passed the lime kiln and the famine village as they climbed Barnavave and enjoyed the spectacular views over Carlingford Lough and the Mourne Mountains.

IB Dlta at Barnavave IB Dlta on the Descent under Slieve Foye