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2nd Year Students Welcome Mr Charlie Weston to DCC

2nd year students from classes Voltaire & Lincoln were delighted to welcome Mr. Charlie Weston from The Irish Independent on Tuesday to speak to the group about “The impact Brexit will have on Ireland” as part of their CSPE course. The class engaged in a Q&A session with Mr. Weston about Brexit and the impacts […]

DCC Students Attend Student Leaders’ Congress

On the 9th of April 2019, the 3 Arena was host to the Cycle Against Suicide Student Leaders’ Congress 2019, where there was a full house of around 6,500 student representatives from around the country. The Cycle Against Suicide committee and the Headstrong committee from DCC were in attendance. It was a culmination of a […]

DCC Defeated By Point in Quarter Final

Donabate CC: 1-14 Coláiste Ciaráin, Leixlip: 2-12 DCC u18’s GAA team lost in the final moments of their senior quarter final in a game played against Leixlip. It was a thrilling encounter between two evenly matched and competitive sides. DCC got off to a brilliant start with Ryan Hensey and Daniel Moore getting on the […]

DCC Welcome Cambodian Visitors

Recently, DCC were delighted to host visitors from Cambodia. After their visit to DPETNS, Konnitha, Sotheareak, Dena and Ousa spent two days visiting DCC. They visited classes across the school where they spoke to students about life in Cambodia and on the Sustainable Development Goals. They also got the opportunity to observe the teaching and […]

Self Defence Workshop for TY Students

On Monday and Tuesday, all TY’s took part in a self defence workshop. The workshop was run by Eamon, Paddy and Ken from Close Encounters Ireland. The aim of the workshop was to educate and raise awareness about how to defend yourself. The day started off with a quick discussion about why it’s important to […]

Media Literacy Workshop for TYs

On the 29 of March the TY Journalism team took part in a media literacy workshop provided by DCU PhD student Ricardo Castellini da Silva. In this workshop, the TY team learned how to discern the difference between real and fake news. Throughout the workshop, the students became media literate and became more aware of […]

DCC students at Bridge 21

As part of Transition Year in Donabate Community College, some students have been lucky enough to attend Bridge 21 throughout the year. What is Bridge 21? In their own words, Bridge 21 is “an education programme based in Trinity College, Dublin”. They offer a “new model of learning that can be adapted for use in […]

DCU Spring Open Day

The DCU Spring Open Day is taking place this Saturday the 13th of April between the hours of 10am to 2pm across the Glasnevin and Drumcondra campuses. It is a brilliant opportunity for potential students to see what DCU has to offer. Over the course of the day they will have the opportunity to take […]

DCC Philosophy Club Visit DCU

Well done to DCC’s Philosophy Club who visited DCU on last Wednesday. Students were shown around the Cregan Library, with the help of Victoria, to pick out philosophy books to help with their projects for the upcoming philosophy competition: The Young Philosopher Awards which will take place in UCD in May. They were shown around […]

Ballyboughal Community Response – Meeting Tomorrow

Please see below an event happening in Ballyboughal National School tomorrow from 10am until 1pm tomorrow. Please share with anyone you think might be interested.