We have had a fantastic reaction to our brand new school canteen which opened this week. Gerr, and her team from Castle Catering, specialise in freshly made, healthy food at affordable prices. They serve a wide variety of hot & cold meals to suit all tastes. In BCS we are committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle through healthy eating. We do not sell any ‘junk food’ such as chips, soft drinks, sweets or crisps etc. We promote meals that are nutritionally balanced with all the ingredients needed to create a healthy yet satisfying meal.
Congratulations to Niamh O’Neill who won a bronze medal in the School’s All-Ireland’s Long Jump event today with a jump of 5:43. Niamh also narrowly missed out on a medal in the Hurdles Final but did post another pb.
Please click on the YouTube link below to view a video montage of the 2018 Leaving Certificate Graduation. We wish all of our students the very best of luck in their upcoming examinatons.
Well done to our Student Council members who raised an impressive sum of €550 through various fundraising envedours throughout the course of the year. A cheque was presented to Ms Osgood who is an ambassador for Temple Street Children’s Hospital. Well done to all involved.
Congratulations to our 1st Year Boys Gaelic team who won the prestigious Campbell Cup on Friday. We defeated Roscommon Community College in the semi-final before defeating Castlerea Community School in the final. All 34 members of the panel got a run out over the course of the day from manager Paul Ryan so it truly was a squad victory. Well done to all involved.