Category Archives: Education

Employers Invited to Recruitment Day at KCFE Tralee

Employers Invited to Recruitment Day at KCFE Tralee

Employers in Kerry and beyond are invited to attend a recruitment day being held at Kerry College of Further Education, Tralee on Monday, April 30th. between 12noon and 2pm. The recruitment day event is being held in response to demand from leading employers and companies who wish to recruit KCFE students for immediate employment both… Read more…

An Evening of Art, Craft and Music at KCFE

An Evening of Art, Craft and Music at KCFE

Art and music lovers have a delightful evening to look forward to on Friday, April 13th as students from Kerry College of Further Education, Tralee showcase their various talents.  The evening’s entertainment will centre on an exhibition of work being held at the Ashe Hotel, Tralee from 6pm to 8pm. Finishing Touches “The QQI Level… Read more…

Presentation Castleisland is the ‘Most Enterprising School in Kerry’

Presentation Castleisland is the ‘Most Enterprising School in Kerry’

Presentation Castleisland sent three groups to the Student Enterprise County Finals in IT Tralee last weekend. Two first year groups were entered into the Junior Category and one third year group into the Intermediate Category of the competition. Educational and Training The two first year groups were: ‘Complete Camán’ who made an all-in-one training hurley… Read more…

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

A bugle call is being issued to all Kerry musicians, bands, collectives, music groups, music organisations, schools and interested communities. An information session, on a new capital fund that will support the purchase of musical instruments, will take place in Tralee Library in Moyderwell at 5pm on Thursday, February 1st and everyone is welcome. Two… Read more…

Red Oak and Time Capsule Complete 30th Year College Celebrations

Red Oak and Time Capsule Complete 30th Year College Celebrations

In the final act of its 30th year celebrations, teachers and students at Castleisland Community College also marked the winter solstice by planting a symbolic red oak tree in the grounds of the school. The end of the calendar year, in which the college celebrated the 30th anniversary of its relocation to its current base,… Read more…

Luke Walsh – High Achiever in Maths & Science

Luke Walsh – High Achiever in Maths & Science

The State Examinations Commission (SEC) has identified Luke Walsh as a high achiever in Maths and Science in the 2017 Junior Certificate Examination. Luke is a Transition Year student at St. Patrick’s Secondary School here in Castleisland. Irish EU Science Olympiad From this pool of talented students, Luke has been selected to participate in the… Read more…

KCFE Information Session on Further Education Options

KCFE Information Session on Further Education Options

School Leavers and adults considering a return to education are invited to an Information Session on Further Education Options Outside of CAO at Kerry College of Further Education (KCFE), Tralee on Wednesday, August 23rd. commencing at 6.30pm sharp. “The information session will highlight how career goals can be achieved through Level 5 and Level 6… Read more…

Sliabh Luachra Old Photos Project – A Labour of Love for Paddy Flynn

Sliabh Luachra Old Photos Project – A Labour of Love for Paddy Flynn

  For most students the dawning of their Leaving Cert year looms large and dominates the landscape and mindset for the duration. Not for Paddy Flynn. The St. Patrick’s College student, Cordal GAA Club PRO and now founder of the Sliabh Luachra Old Photos Project is busier than ever at this important juncture in his… Read more…

Two Murders in Three Days Left Scartaglen Shaken in 1923

Two Murders in Three Days Left Scartaglen Shaken in 1923

Galway author, Colm Wallace has written a book entitled The Fallen and it tells the story of twenty one Gardaí killed in the line of duty during the lifetime of the Irish Free State. One of the stories included in the book is that of Sergeant James Woods, who was shot dead in Scartaglen in… Read more…

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Category Archives: Education

Employers Invited to Recruitment Day at KCFE Tralee

Employers Invited to Recruitment Day at KCFE Tralee

Employers in Kerry and beyond are invited to attend a recruitment day being held at Kerry College of Further Education, Tralee on Monday, April 30th. between 12noon and 2pm. The recruitment day event is being held in response to demand from leading employers and companies who wish to recruit KCFE students for immediate employment both… Read more…

An Evening of Art, Craft and Music at KCFE

An Evening of Art, Craft and Music at KCFE

Art and music lovers have a delightful evening to look forward to on Friday, April 13th as students from Kerry College of Further Education, Tralee showcase their various talents.  The evening’s entertainment will centre on an exhibition of work being held at the Ashe Hotel, Tralee from 6pm to 8pm. Finishing Touches “The QQI Level… Read more…

Presentation Castleisland is the ‘Most Enterprising School in Kerry’

Presentation Castleisland is the ‘Most Enterprising School in Kerry’

Presentation Castleisland sent three groups to the Student Enterprise County Finals in IT Tralee last weekend. Two first year groups were entered into the Junior Category and one third year group into the Intermediate Category of the competition. Educational and Training The two first year groups were: ‘Complete Camán’ who made an all-in-one training hurley… Read more…

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

A bugle call is being issued to all Kerry musicians, bands, collectives, music groups, music organisations, schools and interested communities. An information session, on a new capital fund that will support the purchase of musical instruments, will take place in Tralee Library in Moyderwell at 5pm on Thursday, February 1st and everyone is welcome. Two… Read more…

Red Oak and Time Capsule Complete 30th Year College Celebrations

Red Oak and Time Capsule Complete 30th Year College Celebrations

In the final act of its 30th year celebrations, teachers and students at Castleisland Community College also marked the winter solstice by planting a symbolic red oak tree in the grounds of the school. The end of the calendar year, in which the college celebrated the 30th anniversary of its relocation to its current base,… Read more…

Luke Walsh – High Achiever in Maths & Science

Luke Walsh – High Achiever in Maths & Science

The State Examinations Commission (SEC) has identified Luke Walsh as a high achiever in Maths and Science in the 2017 Junior Certificate Examination. Luke is a Transition Year student at St. Patrick’s Secondary School here in Castleisland. Irish EU Science Olympiad From this pool of talented students, Luke has been selected to participate in the… Read more…

KCFE Information Session on Further Education Options

KCFE Information Session on Further Education Options

School Leavers and adults considering a return to education are invited to an Information Session on Further Education Options Outside of CAO at Kerry College of Further Education (KCFE), Tralee on Wednesday, August 23rd. commencing at 6.30pm sharp. “The information session will highlight how career goals can be achieved through Level 5 and Level 6… Read more…

Sliabh Luachra Old Photos Project – A Labour of Love for Paddy Flynn

Sliabh Luachra Old Photos Project – A Labour of Love for Paddy Flynn

  For most students the dawning of their Leaving Cert year looms large and dominates the landscape and mindset for the duration. Not for Paddy Flynn. The St. Patrick’s College student, Cordal GAA Club PRO and now founder of the Sliabh Luachra Old Photos Project is busier than ever at this important juncture in his… Read more…

Two Murders in Three Days Left Scartaglen Shaken in 1923

Two Murders in Three Days Left Scartaglen Shaken in 1923

Galway author, Colm Wallace has written a book entitled The Fallen and it tells the story of twenty one Gardaí killed in the line of duty during the lifetime of the Irish Free State. One of the stories included in the book is that of Sergeant James Woods, who was shot dead in Scartaglen in… Read more…

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