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Congratulations to Maggie

Congratulations to Maggie on receiving her national Award recently. Thanks to Suzanne her tutor for her encouragement.

School Green Week 2016

Well done to all the students & teachers involved.


Well done to all the students & teachers involved.


'We Write What We Like' launch at the National Library, Kildare Street

As part of the JCSP Demonstration Library Project/ CDETB Sport & Cultural Council's 'Writer in Residence Programme', eight Second Year students representing their class, attended the launch of 'We Write What We Like' at The National Library, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 on Monday 25 April 2016. 
The aim of 'We Write What We Like' is to encourage creative writing groups across the CDETB schools and to this end, all our Second Year students took part in six in-house work shops on the theme of 'Rebellion' throughout the year led by the Writer in Residence, Raven, an American artist & writer.
At the launch, writings from all eleven schools who were involved in the initiative, including Cabra Comminity College, were read and certificates of participation were presented.

The National Careers Skills Competition 2016

Congratulations to Cabra community college student Maggie Donnelly who came second in Ireland in the competition. Pictured with her teacher Suzanne Fitzpatrick.

Careers portal sponsored the competition. We also thank Bernadette in Careers portal for her interest and commitment to the event. 


Spring clean up week

Big thanks to Mr Ryan and the second years who did some excellent work in the garden recently. They were busy planting and painting.



Green School News

Green School News

Litter Patrol

Our new Litter Patrol got underway this week despite the downpours of rain.  Thanks to the many volunteers from 1stand 2nd Year “many hands will make light work”.


The Litter Patrol will clean up after lunch break every day and will actively recycle the rubbish into the correct bins Recycle or General Waste.  They will visit the student and staff canteens to collect the organic food waste like fruit peels and tea bags to bring it to the compost bins.   Students will also ensure that used ink cartridges from the computer rooms, classrooms and offices go to the special Ink Cartridge Recycle Box in the Hallway.

Good luck to all the students involved in helping to make Cabra Community College a Green  School!

14th November 2014