Best of luck to the CCBS Concern Debate Team (TY students Brid Roberts, Thomas Beaumont and Margaret Ward, along with 5th Year Aine Kavanagh) in the Concern Debate on Thursday January 26th. The competition is nearing the final phase. The team will debate against Largy College, Clones.
Congratulations to Aine Kavanagh who won the Senior Individual award in the Display Awards category for her exhibit, ‘How to make a million-dollar movie: Finding a formula for film success’. This is a remarkable achievement for Aine and is testament to the time and effort she put in to the project which she developed in her own time. Keep an eye on CCBSTV (Colaiste Cholmcille’s YouTube channel) for a short video of Aine’s project as well as the other CCBS entry by Brid Ro
CCBS is submitting two presentations to this year’s Young Scientist exhibition in the RDS, Dublin, this week. Both exhibits are in the Social and Behavioural Sciences category. TY students Brid Roberts, Annie Gallagher and Claire Grennan question the safety of child-resistant products in their exhibit, ‘Child Resistant: What does it really mean?’. Aine Kavanagh’s (5th Year) exhibit is entitled ‘How to Make a Million-Dollar Movie – Finding a Formula for Film Su
The CAO Deadline is approaching for all 6th year students. Applications have to be in by February 1st. If you complete your online application before January 20th, the cost is EUR30. After the 20th the charge goes up to EUR 30.
Well done to the CCBS Debating Team who beat Magh Ene, Bundoran, in last night’s heat of the Concern Debate which took place in Colaiste Cholmcille. Our team were in favour of the motion that ‘Africa’s growing population undermine their own development’.
Eamon Travers (6th Year) impressed the judges in the Donegal Final of Our School’s Got Talent last week as they awarded him joint first place. However, he came fifth overall out of 24 contestants when this the audience vote was combined with the judges’ scores.