Tomi Reichental Visits Coláiste na hInse

Coláiste na hInse were honoured to have Tomi Reichental speaking to our Idirbliain, 5ú and 6ú dáltaí on Tuesday, January 13th. Tomi spoke about the horrors of his time as a child of nine years old in Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp. The harrowing truth of the Holocaust was relived by Tomi in order to give dáltaí a real understanding of the events during World War II. Students asked him questions after about the rise of anti-semitic parties in Europe, to which he had one simple message, “Never be a bystander”. Tomi thanked the daltai for their respect as they gave him a standing ovation at the end of his difficult story. Words cannot thank him enough for speaking to us and letting us see just how horrific the events that he lived through were. Thanks to Tomi and Joyce for giving up their time to come to Coláiste na hInse. They were presented with a basket of bulbs which represent the good things in nature, and to remember those innocent minds of the children that were taken in the Holocaust.

To view the video, follow this link: http://youtu.be/9DpQsljOxwg

 

  

 

Open Night 2015

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

 

 

 

Rocket Science

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

Letter for Incoming First Years May 2020

A letter for incoming First Year dáltaí and their parents is available to read here.

 

The Coláiste na hInse Weekly Newsletter for May 15th is available here

 

Following Minsiter McHugh's press conference on May 8th, please read A Guide to Calculated Grades for Leaving Certificate Students 2020 here.

The weekly newsletter of 8th May, 2020, is here

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The weekly newsletter to parents and students for May 1st can be accessed here

April 24th can be accessed here

April 3rd weekly newsletter to parents and students here.

Our weekly letter for parents and students from March 27th is available here.

You will find the letter for March 20th here.

 

 

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Idirbliain Students Light Up the Aviva

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