TCS - What's happening

Update on Comenius Project




The final stage of the Comenius Digital Storytelling project took place in France from 14 to 18 Apri 2013. Four TCS students and two teachers visited Trévoux. Click here.






Musical 2012
























Students in TCS are busy putting the finishing touches to this year's musical extravaganza - Hairspray.  No doubt familiar to many more mature rockers, this TCS version promises to render the musical in a fresh way - the Tallaght way!  Below the cast take five.


U14 Gaelic Football



Match reports

Under 14 Gaelic Football Match versus Deansrath Community College on Monday 12th November 2012


Notice for Parents

First Year Parents' Coffee Morning

Coffee morning for First Year Parents will take place on Friday, 18th January at 10 am in conjunction with the Parents' Association.


Green Schools 2012-13

New Initiative gets underway

greenschool_logoOur school achieved its first Green Flag for Litter and Waste in 2011 and is now in the process of applying for its second green flag, the Energy flag.  We will be looking at ways to save energy in the school and will be carrying out an environmental review of the whole school.  This will involve recording our ESB and Gas meters daily, carrying out an energy audit of all the electrical appliances in the school and an energy survey among all students and staff. 

From our Environmental Review we will put in place an Action Plan which will define clear goals that we will need to achieve in order to satisfy An Taisce requirements for the Energy Flag. At present, the school is working very hard to achieve these targets. 

For further information on the Energy Flag and ways to save energy please look to the following websites –


U17 Soccer 2012-13

soccer2010U17 Soccer Report

The Tallaght CS under 17 soccer squad have made a steady start to the season improving in every game in the 3 played.
The team made up of 3rd 4th and 5th Year students have two wins out of two in the league and have accounted for two large all boys schools in the south of the county---namely St Benildus and Clonkeen College.