PE is an important part of our Curriculum.
Every Tuesday, we wear our Tracksuit and learn new skills and play games.
We are fortunate that a number of FOURTH YEAR Students give of their time to help out with our PE.
Today Jordan, Neil and Sam were the coaches and used some of the concepts from their recent Munster Rugby Coaching Course to plan a fun and active PE lesson.
ABOUT THE CAMP
There has been a very positive feedback in relation to recent Rugby Camps held at the school, resulting in an increased number participating in the camps – with over 100 at our camp last Easter. Rugby is an important part of our School Curriculum with a Programme of Coaching introduced on Fridays and a regular schedule of games on Saturdays against Schools/Clubs.
Now more than ever parents are aware of how vital it is that children engage in exercise and regular activity to stimulate both the body and the mind. Our primary aim at the CBC Camp is to ensure that every child has loads of fun, engaging in social and physical activity in a safe and appropriate manner, leading to an enjoyment of the sport of rugby and building team morale with their classmates.
The School is fortunate to have excellent facilities at its disposal, with playing fields at our Sports Complex at Lansdowne, and an Astro-Pitch & Sports Hall on the School Grounds. Other nearby facilities may be utilised if available, and will be informed to parents.
The Camp is open to boys from 1st to 6th Classes, and friends from other schools are welcome to attend.
Cost: €52 per Camp (1st Child), €40 (2nd Child), €30 (3rd Child)
Hallowe’en 2014 October 28, 29, 30 10am-2pm
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Last Saturday was a great day for the Preparatory School.
The College hosted the Munster v Leinster U18 Schools game at our Sports Complex, which was a key game. as the winner would win the Interprovinical Schools title. There was keen interest in our school as we had a past pupil (and current 5th Year Student) Alex McHenry playing with Munster.
Our school was involved also as 6th Class students acted as Ball Bays and 3rd & 4th Classes played a Mini Game at Half-Time. Our boys also provided a guard of honour for both teams before the game.
In a great game, Munster won 19-10, having lead 19-0 at the interval. Well done to Alex and all the Munster Squad. Our boys really enjoyed cheering the team to victory and playing some part on the day!