Our recent Information Evening provided a unique photo-opportunity.
Professor Pat O Shea, President of UCC addressed the assembly.
Professor O Shea, as a past pupil would know the area well and had cycled to the event, and was completely kitted out to cycle off again before stopping for a photograph with the school Principal , Pardaig Mac an Rí as well as Deputy Principal, Daithí O hAodha.
This also provides a good opportunity to welcome Padraig, who had been on the school staff since 2001.
The entire school community wishes him well as we go forward into a very bright future,
The school enjoyed another hugely successful Open Night on September 12th.
The most important guests were undoubtedly the young Fifth and Sixth class boys who were experiencing the school but we were definitely honoured by a number of special guests.
As well as Michelle O Donovan, whose son Charlie is currently training in the Vilanova University in America and current second year student Luke Daly, one of our eminent past pupils , Professor Patrick O Shea, President of UCC came along to speak about the school.
We were delighted that everyone could come along and we hope that everyone enjoyed a great evening.
Also, we wish a sincere 'thank you' to everyone who helped make it a great occasion
The three-year term of office of the present Board of Management of the school ceases on the 15th October. As there are two Parents nominees appointed to the Board of Management by the Presentation Brothers Schools Trust, we need to elect two nominees from the parent / guardian body.
The selection process will be as follows. Only parents/guardians whose children currently attend the school are eligible to be elected to the Board, and only parents/guardians whose children currently attend the school are eligible to vote in the election. Any parent/guardian can nominate another by filling in the nomination form which can be downloaded from the Coláiste Chríost Rí website and returning it to the school by 21st September 2018. To take account of Section 14(5) of the Education Act 1998 which refers to ‘appropriate gender balance’ a parent/guardian may nominate both a male and female candidate. Separate counts will be held to decide the male and female members of the Board. As a parent representative must retire from the Board if his/her son is no longer attending the school it would be preferable that the nominated parent/guardian’s son will be in the school for the next three years.
Please return nomination forms by post to The Principal, Colaiste Chriost Rí, Capwell Road, Cork.
Each nominated parent/guardian will be contacted by the school to ensure that they are willing to accept the nomination.
The election of the Parent Nominees to the Board of Management will take place at a meeting of the Parents Association on September 26th.
Padraig Mac An Rí
On Wednesday evening , Sepember 12th , Coláiste Chríost Rí will host its annual Information Evening for potential parents and students.
Everyone is invited to come and see the facilities and to have a look around the school. The evening bgins at 7.00pm and concludes at 9.00pm.
All of our teachers will be there on the night so the boys and their parents can ask anything about the school and the subjects we offer.
This year is especially important as one of our past pupls , Professor Patrick O Shea, President of UCC will be addressing everyone in the hall and we are absolutely honoured that Professor O Shea is joining us on the night.
Our new Príomhoide , Mr Padraig Mac an Rí will also address everyone from 8.00pm after which the Application Packs will be distributed.
This evening is one of the great highlights of our year as we are always delighted to welcome people to our school.
We really look forward to the evening and we hope to see you there.
Today was agreat day for the Transition Years .
Johnny Holland, past pupil and former Munster rugby player called in to give expert advice on nutrition.
Apart from being a great sportsman, Johnny has always been a great character and we congratulate him on his new role.
We wish him well in the future.
One of our eminent past - pupils, we are always delighted to see him call in for a chat.
The Transition Years certainly learned a lot today.