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Transition year students attended a Smart Futures STEM Careers Roadshow on Tuesday 11th Nov along with students from Presentation College in Cork and Colaiste Treasa from Kanturk. This talk included three very interesting people speaking about working in different areas of Science, Technology and Engineering, what they studied in school and further education, what they do now and how they love their role. One of the speakers included UCC Environmental Scientist Fergus McAuliffe, who is one of the presenters on “the Science Squad’ show on RTE1.
Four Transition Year students, Vlad Cosma, C.J. O'Shea, Ruairi Crowley and Karolina Podlinska collected one, two and five cent coins in aid of the St. Vincent de Paul and raised two hundred and thirty four euros.
St Brogan's budding actors recently strutted their stuff at the Briery Gap Theatre in Macroom at the preliminary rounds of the All Ireland Transition year Drama Festival. Actors James Joyce, Cillian Lyne, Stephen Casey and Shauna Corcoran performed the first scene of 'The Lonesome West' by Martin McDonagh. We are delighted to announce that they got through to the finals.
Click on the image to see the full list of this years winners.
Pictured at the Riverview shopping centre Christmas night with special guest chef Kevin Dundon who was on hand to judge the Cauldfields Supervalu schools Christmas cake competition was Andrew Fallon, Mgr Supervalu Kevin Dundon, Judge Marie McCarthy, Transition year St Brogans College, winner and her teacher Carmel McSweeney. Picture Denis Boyle
The school crest features Bandon bridge plus school logo, in Latin, ‘Auxilio Dei parva crescunt’ (‘with God’s help little things grow’).
Principal Ms Helen Cadogan. B.Com. H.Dip. M.A. Deputy Principal Mrs C. Corrigan. B.A. H. Dip.
Mission. St. Brogan’s College is a dedicated, focused, learning institution which aims to develop the whole person - spiritually, physically, emotionally, morally, socially and intellectually. Ethos. St. Brogan’s College is a non-denominational, co-educational school which offers a very comprehensive education embracing practical, academic, technological and scientific strands. Motto. The school motto is, ‘Auxilio Dei parva crescunt.’ [With God’s help, little things grow.] History. St. Brogan’s College has a proud tradition of service to the local community dating back to the early 1900s. The original school was a technical school; it later became a vocational school under Saor Stát Eireann offering a very practical-oriented curriculum. Today it offers a fusion of the practical, academic, technological and scientific.