Mon, Jan 23rd, 2017
Partnership Launch, September 27th 2016
After several months of planning, the partnership between Amgen, Dún Laoghaire (ADL) and St Kilian's CS was formally launched on September 27th 2016. Amgen is a U.S pharmaceutical company, with a major facility in Dún Laoghaire. The partnership has been facilitated by Ms Alison Norman, Regional Coordinator with Business in the Community Ireland.
The launch took place at Amgen's facility on Pottery Road, Dún Laoghaire, where the school was represented by Mr John Murphy (Principal), Mr Gerry Dunne (Biology Teacher and Link Teacher with Amgen), Ms Nuala Fox and Ms Helen Dodd (both representing the Board of Management). Amgen was represented principally by Mr Rayne Waller (Site Head at ADL, and Vice President of Regional Manufacturing). Ms Laoise Ó Murchú (Corporate Affairs Senior Manager at ADL), who is the link person for St Kilian's CS, was, unfortunately, unavailable on the day.
On behalf of St Kilian's, Mr Murphy gratefully acknowledged the large donation of IT equipment that the school has received from Amgen. The principal beneficiaries of the partnership during the current school year will be Mr Dunne's 5th Year Biology class who will receive a number of supports from Amgen personnel and, in December, will be hosted on a site visit by Amgen, Dún Laoghaire.
Careers 'Speed-Dating', November 21st 2016
On Monday, November 23rd, a team of eight Amgen personnel, representing different careers within ADL, visited the school. In the canteen, they facilitated an hour-long session of Careers 'Speed-Dating' with the 5th Year Biology Class. It was an extremely interesting, informative and enjoyable experience for everyone involved.
A highlight was the fact that one of the ADL team was a past-pupil of St Kilian's, Corey Bishop (Leaving Cert 2011). Corey now works as an Engineer at ADL.
Congratulations to Cherie Pageot (5LCA) who recently became a World Champion at the World Irish Dancing Championships held in Castlebar. Cherie dances with the Berry Irish Dance Academy in Bray.
Congratulations to the peer leaders who raised €3,890 for Pieta House before Christmas. The majority of the members of the group, which is based at Ballywaltrim Community Centre, are students at St Kilian's.
On the evening of December 13th, 2017, the Polish community of St Kilian's CS came together at the school, to celebrate Wigilia, Polish Christmas Eve.
Best wishes to all of our students, past pupils and friends, and to their families, for a very happy Christmas and a healthy, safe and peaceful New Year.
The school's current and past Polish students and their families are invited to Wigilia at St Kilian's CS on Wednesday, December 13th at 6.00pm. Wigilia is the traditional Polish Christmas Eve celebration.
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2017 College Awareness Week takes place at St. Kilian's from December 4th to 8th.
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The Board of Management extends its sympathy to the family and friends of our highly esteemed colleague, John Doyle, on the sad occasion of his untimely passing.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
The Parents' Association AGM will be held at the school on Wednesday, November 15th at 7.00pm.
All parents and guardians are welcome.
Soundwaves, St Kilian's CS's Music Festival, takes place during the week beginning Monday, October 16th. The week is chock-a-block with interesting, varied and enjoyable recitals, workshops, talks, concerts and other performances. Many thanks to Ms O'Sullivan for a tremendous feat of organising and good luck to her and everyone involved for the week ahead.
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Congratulations to Oscar Yeoh (4th Year) who, on the basis of his Junior Cert results, has been shortlisted to represent Ireland at the International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) and the European Union Science Olympiad (EUSO). Final team selections will take place in the coming months. Best of luck, Oscar!