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TCS in Concerns Debates 2018

Debate run comes to an end

TCS reached the semi-finals of the Concern Debates series which was held on Thursday 19th of April in the Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan. Despite a well-prepared and spirited debate on the topic that 'Sanctions are an effective foreign policy tool' TCS did not advance to the final as St Kilian's were victors on the night. A wonderful run of victories for TCS led to them being awarded the Concern Debates Best New School Award and we are sure this group of talented researchers, speech writers and orators will be back debating global issues with gusto in 2019 and beyond. TCS Debate team will return in 2018-19 under the guidance of their teachers Donna Mulhall and Zara Blake.  Pics


TCS Drama 2018

TCS Drama

Act Up is an annual one-act Theatre Festival produced by Tallaght Community Arts for secondary schools in South Dublin County. For the second year running TCS Drama Club took part by producing and acting in their own one act performance under the guidance of teacher Katie Moran. Their very well received performance resulted in awards for Best female Actor which went to Trudy Nolan 3 Oak and the Rising Star Award which went to Joseph Collins 1 Oak.

We are delighted to see the continued success of TCS students in the Arts and particularly in Drama where TCS students have excelled over the years both in school productions and outside of school culminating in an IFTA nomination for 6th Year student Daffyd Flynn whose film Michael Inside is in cinemas now. Pics


2 Elm action project

Learning Together

As part of their CSPE Action Project 2 Elm visited the Courts of Criminal Justice on Thursday 19th of April. They also visited The Garden of Remembrance and the GPO. A great day was had by all in the spirit of learning together and making every moment count. Pics


Incoming First Years 2018-19 Meeting

Notice to Parents/Guardians for incoming First Years (Sept 2018)

An information evening will take place on Monday 16 April at 7.00 pm in the school hall for newly enrolled students and their parents/guardians. 


Pi Quiz


TCS Team takes on Pi Quiz Challenge

The Pi Quiz is a team competition for Junior Cert Students, organised by the Cork Branch of IMTA. This round of the Junior Maths Competition took place on Friday 20th of April in Wesley College and the team representing TCS finished in 8th position out of 25 teams. TCS team members were Jack, Dean, Bethany, and Eoin under the guidance of teacher Marion Coulan. Well done to all.


One to watch

2nd Year Student Karate Success in California

Well done to Amy McMahon in 2 Cedar who represented her Newbridge club in an international karate tournament. The competition was held in California. Amy won 1st place in her individual competition and 2nd place with her team competition.  Congratulations Amy on a fantastic sporting success.

TCS in Concern Debates Semi-final


Congratulations to the TCS Concern Debate Team on winning the debate against St Fintan's High School on Wednesday 21 March 2018.  This takes the team into the final four in Ireland, alongside Sacred Heart Secondary School, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, St. Kilian’s German School, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14, and Athlone Community College, Co. Westmeath.  All teams are to be congratulated at reaching this stage of the competition.

TCS will meet St Killian's German School, in the semi-final which takes place on Thursday, 19 April at 7.00 pm in The Talbot Hotel Stillorgan. The motion for debate is “Sanctions are an effective foreign policy tool” and TCS will be opposing the motion.  Best of luck to the entire team and their teachers Ms Mulhall and Ms Blake.