Gaelcholáiste Charraig Uí Leighin
Gaelcholáiste Charraig Uí Leighin is a community of learning excellence in an all-Irish speaking environment, which supports and challenges each pupil to reach their potential, and is underpinned by core values of respect, fairness and integrity.
Gaelcholáiste Charraig Uí leighin is an all-Irish speaking Secondary School under the trusteeship of Cork ETB. The school’s three core principles of respect, fairness and integrity are central to daily life in the Gaelcholáiste, where hard-work and positive behaviour are encouraged in an all-Irish setting.
It is the aim of Gaelcholáiste Charraig Uí leighin to be a pioneering school, where we embrace the newest technologies, to support teaching, learning and management of the school. We have high expectations of our pupils, and we challenge them on a daily basis both within and outside of the classroom to maximise their potential.
Graffiti Theatre paid a hugely beneficial visit to the school with Shane Casey, best known for his acting as Billy Murphy in the hit TV show Young Offenders. Students participated in workshops which explored Resilience and Wellbeing through drama and...read more
Thug Graffiti Theatre cuairt iontach ar an scoil chun ceardlann ar an athléimneacht a dhéanamh le daltaí na scoile. Bhí sceitimí ar na daltaí bualadh leis an aisteoir Billy Murphy ón gclár teilifíe Young Offenders, atá sa pháirt mar Billy Murphy, an...read more
The school library is open to students at lunchtime on Tuesdays and Fridays. It is an excellent opportunity to relax with friends and of course to escape to other time periods and places; both fictional and non-fictional.read more
Bíonn leabharlann na scoile oscailte ag am lóin ar an Máirt agus ar an Aoine. Deis iontach a bhíonn ann sos a ghlacadh le leabhar agus le cairde. Is féidir súil a chaitheamh ar gach aon saghas seánra!read more
The boys’ under 16 basketball team managed reach the BIPPS County Quarter-Final this year, played on Wednesday. It was a major achievement having had wins over Midleton CBS, St. Colman’s Midleton and St. Brogan’s Bandon. The quarter-final was played in...read more
D’éirigh le foireann chispheile fé 16 na mbuachaillí Ceathrú Craobh an Chontae a bhaint amach. Éacht a bhí ann i ndiaidh dóibh an bua a fháil ar Mheánscoil na mBraithre Chríostaí agus Coláiste Naomh Cólmáin ó Mhainistir na Corann, chomh maith le bua ar...read more
The school held it's annual Stand-Up for LGBTI+ Day on Wednesday, November 14th. All students dressed in the colours of the rainbow to show their support for the LGBTI+ community. We strongly believe in the inclusion of every person and it was wonderful to...read more
Ar an gCéadaoin bhí ildaite againn inar chaith daltaí na scoile dathanna ón mbogha báistí chun tacaíocht a thabhairt don phobal LADTI+. Creidimid go láidir in ionchuimsiú gach dalta agus bhí sé go hiontach ranganna ildaite a fheiceáil. Bronnadh duais ar...read more
Our Transition Year students visited the national Maritime College in Ringaskiddy on November 8th. They learned about the various courses on offer in the College, and they viewed the fabulous facilities available in the College also.read more
Thug daltaí na hIdirbhliana cuairt ar Choláiste Náisiúnta Mara na hÉireann ar an 8ú Samhain. Fuaireadar amach faoi trí chúrsa a ofráiltear ag an gcoláiste seo. Tugadh turas dóibh timpeall an cholásite agus chonaiceadar na háiseanna dochreidte atá ar fáil...read more