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All 6th Class pupils (from Gaelscoileanna and English medium primary schools) are invited to the new Coláiste Oiriall in Knockaconny thisSaturday 23rd February 2013 at 9.45 amfor an Activities Day. Pupils will have the opportunity to spend time sampling Science, Computing, Home Economics, Technical Drawing, Woodwork, Drama, Art, Music and Sport. We will provide complimentary lunch. Ag súil libh a fheiceáil.

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Parents of boys and girls entering second level education in September 2013 and who are interested in post-primary education through the medium of Irish are invited to attend an Open Night and enrolment in Coláiste Oiriallwill be nextTuesday, 26th February at 7.00 pm. Parents of pupils from Gaelscoileanna and from English medium primary schools are both very welcome. Information will be provided on school programmes, extra-curricular activities, pastoral care, sport, policies, academic performance, Code of Conduct, books, uniform, facilities etc. View the school and meet the staff, refreshments provided. Enrolments will be accepted on the night. Beidh fearadh na fáilte romhaibh.

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The following are some statistics from the 2012 Coláiste Oiriall Leaving Certificate results

In 2012 18% of students in Coláiste Oiriall received 500 or more CAO points compared with 10% nationally.

In 2012 70% of students in Coláiste Oiriall received 400 or more CAO points compared with 34% nationally.

50% of all pupils received higher level As in Irish and with one exception the remainder received higher level Bs. (100% did higher level compared with 37% nationally).

76% did higher level Maths compared with 22% nationally. Of those who did higher level 67% got A, B or C.

All students did higher level in Art, Physics, Business, Music, DCG and Irish. No Ordinary level applicants.

The percentage of students doing higher level in all subjects is significantly higher in Coláiste Oiriall that nationally (25% + higher in eight subjects).

The percentage of students doing higher level who achieve A, B or C is significantly higher in Coláiste Oiriall than nationally (25%+ higher in eight subjects).

In 2010 and in 2011 Coláiste Oiriall had the highest success rate in Co. Monaghan and in Ulster in securing places in Universities (source: Sunday Times 13/03/11 and 11/03/12).