Cian O’ Callaghan – De La Salle
Cian O' Callaghan

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Congratulations to our outstanding students who participated in the recent nationaldebating competition. The students displayed immense dedication and talentthroughout the event. Representing our school against teams from across Ireland,they demonstrated exceptional hard work and effort, truly embodying the spirit ofdebate. Despite the tough competition, these students gave it their all, presentingthoughtful arguments and engaging with...
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On Thursday the 14th of March the IMTA Pi maths quiz took place in the cultural centre in Ballyvourney. Eight third year students represented De la Salle on the day as two teams of four. The students had an enjoyable day at the very well organised event. One of the De la Salle teams came in...
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As part of our celebration of World Book Day, 1st and 2nd year students made some of their favourite characters out of toilet roll. Pictured are 1D students Dylan O’Shea, Simon Oscar MacCarthy and Nathan Nott with their creations.
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Tom O’Neill visited the school today to talk to students and staff about the lasallian projects which has been running for 35 years.  More information found in the link.  https://www.lasalleigbm.org/lasallian-projects
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Schools from across Ireland gathered in Castletown on Tuesday March 12th for one of the most uplifting celebrations of the Lasallian Mission in our calendar. https://www.lasalleigbm.org/news/lasallian-competition-highlights-how-our-students-are-living-the-mission Four first years from De La Salle Macroom made it through to the finals which was held in Castletown Co. Laois. Congratulations to Micheal Twohig & Ramon Fuentes Quintero...
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On Saturday, both our Intermediate and Junior Teams represented De La Salle with pride at the All Ireland schools cross country championships in Dublin.  The Intermediate team clinched a 9th place finish while the Juniors secured 10th place.
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This week the fourth years pulled off an excellent carbonara, perfectly balancing a creamy sauce with crispy bacon. They also dished up some tasty garlic bread to have on the side. Well done! 
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Celebrating World Book Day, second-year students gathered in the hall for a literary quiz. The quiz questions encompassed a wide range of popular book series such as Harry Potter, Horrid Henry, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and more. The competition was fierce, but two teams rose to the occasion, tying with an impressive score of...
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