Non-uniform Day for Niall Mellon Township Trust
This Wednesday 28th March will be a non-uniform day in Coláiste Éanna. Students are encouraged to wear any of the colours from the South African flag. The Student Council have asked for a minimum contribution of €2 and all funds collected will go to the Niall Mellon township...
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The Knights of Éanna march on.
The Knights of Eanna returned victorious yet again after a comprehensive 8-2 win over Templeogue College. All Coláiste Eanna players performed magnificently. Seán Kelleghan in 1st year won a titanic battle against Templeogue’s top player, snatching a late victory through brave and exciting chess. Shane Carrigan in 2nd year also won on his debut. Well done...
Sive – A Great Success
In March 2012, Coláiste Éanna, Rathfarnham, after a break of some 20 years, revived the old school tradition of staging a school production. Little did we know in September 2011, when the decision to stage a drama was made, the immense effect the production would have on both the school itself and indeed the wider community. Nor could we have anticipated the tremendous success that it would be and the outstanding reviews we would receive from neighbouring schools and theatre professionals alike. We chose the much revered play of “Sive” by Irish literary great John B. Keane for our first show. We were determined to create a high quality production, thus high quality material was required! This decision was broadly welcomed...
Raising funds for the Naill Mellon Township Trust.
Niall Mellon, a past pupil of Coláiste Éanna, established the Niall Mellon Township Trust in 2002. This year they will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its work in South Africa. Another past pupil Paul Magahran (Class of ’77) has been on the project for nine of those years. Each year he has to raise €4000 to travel and work in South Africa. He has asked the students of Coláiste Éanna for support this year. There will be a non- uniform day on Wednesday March 28th to raise money. Paul visited all classes in the school on March 9th to tell them about the project and enlist their support. Students have been encouraged to wear the colours from the...
The Knights of Éanna are victorious.
The Knights of Éanna returned victorious from St Kilian's with a comprehensive 7.5 and 4.5 scoreline. This is an incredible achievement as it was only the chess team's second match. The Knights are looking forward to their next match against Terenure College in two weeks time. Congratulations and well done to all...
Mock Orals for 6th Year Students