Category Archives: School News

Student Council

Student Council

President of the Students Council – Oisin Stephens Deputy President of the Students Council – Peter Mc Conn Head Boy – Patrick Fannon Deputy Head Boy – Jason Hoare ...

Our School Crest

Our school crest represents the values of the CBS Roscommon, and serves as a daily reminder of the strength of our heritage and the power of our abilities. The phrase ‘facere et docere’ me ...
Student Council 2017/2018

Student Council 2017/2018

Student Council Members 2017/2018 6th Year Head Boy/Deputy Head Boy Oisín Stephens Peter Mc Conn Stephen Kennedy 5th Year Jack Beckett Cian Dolan Robbie Gately John Martin T.Y Eric O’ Doherty Jack Tuc ...
Youth Mental Health Advice for Parents

Youth Mental Health Advice for Parents

This Information Session aims to familiarise parents of 5th & 6th class pupils and all post-primary students with how to promote mental health in young people. It also aims to help them recognise ...
Golf Success

Golf Success

CBS students came second in the Junior Connacht Golf Championship in Ballina last Wednesday. The team was made of Thomas Higgins, Michael Corcoran and Kevin Connaughton. Many thanks to their teacher M ...
CBS Open Evening

CBS Open Evening

The CBS will hold its Open Evening for Fifth and Sixth Class boys and their families on Tuesday, October 10th from 6.30pm to 9pm. The evening will provide students and their parents with an opportunit ...

School Summit

Transition Year and Sixth Year students from the CBS attended the inaugural School Summit, held last week at the National Show Centre in Dublin. The Summit is a two-day careers fair attended by over 7 ...
Wellbeing Training

Wellbeing Training

Teachers in the CBS recently participated in a professional development course in Wellbeing, a new subject for the Junior Certificate cycle. The programme is designed to enhance the physical, mental, ...
First Year Welcome Night

First Year Welcome Night

The school recently hosted a Welcome Evening for First Year students and their parents. First Year students and their parents chatted to teachers and management and found out more about the school and ...