Archive County Edition, Results 2016

Discover Cork: Schools’ Heritage Project 2016

Results, County Edition

 

Fourth Class, Class Category:

  1. Fourth class, The Fantastic Five, Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corann, Midleton (teacher: B. Ní Dhonnchú)
  2. Fourth class, Trains on our Brains, Ovens NS, Ovens (teacher: J. Murphy)

 

Primary Individual:

  1. Eli Higgins, A Story Worth Telling, Derryclough NS, Drinagh (teacher: T. Holland)
  2. Ben Herlihy, The Briery Gap, St Colman’s BNS, Macroom (teacher: B. O’Leary)
  3. Katie Browne, The War of Independence in the Parish and the Lissarda Ambush, Canovee NS (teacher: F Doyle)

 

Primary Group:

  1. Lucy Brady, Eilish McGuiness, Orlagh Demsey, Cork City Gaol, Scoil Cnoc Na Manach, Minane Bridge (teacher: N. Noonan)
  2. Leanne O’Sullivan, Grainne Hickey, Sean Crowley, Alan Mc Kennedy, 1916 Around West Cork, Ahiohill NS, Ahiohill, Enniskeane (teacher: K. Duane)
  3. Niamh O’Connor, Aoife Downey, Mashanaglass Horizontal Mill, Canovee NS, Canovee (teacher: F. Doyle)
  4. Thomas Crowley & Padraig O’Riordan, Soup House Cross Roads, Canovee NS, Canovee (teacher: F. Doyle)
  5. Sarah Kiely, Meghan O’Sullivan, Libby Ryan & Laura Twohig, Irish Naval Base, Scoil Cnoc na Manach, Minane Bridge (teacher: N. Noonan)

 

Primary Class:

  1. 5th and 6th class, St Fanahan, Ballygiblin NS, Mitchelstown (teacher: S. Kelly)
  2. 3rd-6th classes, Easter Rising, 1916, and the Sean Hurley Story, Derryclough NS, Drinagh (teacher: T. Holland)
  3. 3rd-6th classes, Our School: Our Past in our Present, Knockaclarig NS, Rockchapel (teacher: K. Roche)

 

Junior Certificate, Individual:

  1. Róisín O’Sullivan, Lisavaird Co-Operative Creamery, 1925-2016, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Rosscarbery (teacher: M. Calnan)
  2. Aoife McSweeney, Cumann na mBan, Teresa McSweeney, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Rosscarbery (teacher: M. Calnan)
  3. Kate Creedon, Benduff Slate Quarry, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Rosscarbery (teacher: M. Calnan)
  4. Kate Quinlan, A Decade in Fashion, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Rosscarbery (teacher: M. Calnan)
  5. Caitlin Canavan O’Driscoll, Guerilla Days in Ireland, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Rosscarbery (teacher: M. Calnan)

 

Leaving Certificate Individual:

  1. Maeve O’Sullivan, Margaret Wolfe Hungerford, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Rosscarbery (teacher: M. Calnan)
  2. Gemma Hurley, Sean Hurley: The Forgotten Soldier, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Rosscarbery (teacher: M. Calnan)

 

Leaving Certificate Group:

Joint runners up:

2.Kevin Coleman, Colin Devaney, Shane Doyle, and Eamonn Walsh, Kingston College, Mitchelstown CBS, Mitchelstown (teacher: T Kenneally)

2.Caoimhe Harrington, Cait Minihane, Amy Harrington, Shauna O’Brien, 100 Years of Fashion, Colaiste Pobail Bheanntraí, Bantry (teacher A M Harrington).

 

Best Historical Trail

  1. 5th Class, We live in Douglas, St Columba’s GNS, Douglas (teacher: C. Forsythe)

 

Best Oral History Project

  1. 5th & 6th Class, Ballinspittle NS, Ballinspittle (teacher: S Wall)

 

Best Overall School Effort

Canovee NS, Canovee

 

 

Notes:

  • All results are final.
  • The County award ceremony is on Tuesday 15 March 2016, Silversprings Convention Centre, Cork City, 7pm. All students who entered the project are welcome to attend. All projects will be returned on the award ceremony evening. The ceremony is about 75 mins. Parents can attend. This event is generally attended by 400 people (participants, winners and their families). Arrive early enough to read the other projects, which will all be on display.
  • All models may also be presented on the evening if a student so wishes.
  • All projects can be and need to be taken away on this evening.
  • Well done to all and many thanks for all the hard work!

Cllr Kieran McCarthy, 19 February 2016

 

Funding Acknowledgements:

This project is kindly funded by students and Cllr Kieran McCarthy. Additional prizes are provided by Sean Kelly of Lucky Meadows Equestrian Centre, Watergrasshill, www.seankellyhorse.com and the Lifetime Lab, Lee Road (thanks to Mervyn Horgan, www.lifetimelab.ie).