Leaving Certificate Results Information.

Leaving Certificate 2023 results

Best of luck to our students receiving their results on Friday 25th August. Remember that your are not your grades and there are many routes to achieving your potential. You can call the school at 01 8038056 if you need to talk to a guidance counsellor.

Information on Appeals can be found here.

The Leaving Certificate 2023 results will be issued on the Candidate Self Service Portal (CCSP) at 10am on Friday, 25 August 2023. You can review your results and download or print a statement of your results.

The State Examinations Commission (SEC) will apply the same level of adjustments as made in 2022. It will issue schools with details of adjusted assessments arrangements.

If you have queries about the exam results, you can speak to staff at the State Examinations Commission (SEC) on 1800 111 135 or 1800 111 136 from 9am to 5pm. You can also email candidateportal@examinations.ie.

How to access the Leaving Certificate Candidate Self Service Portal (CCSP)

To access your results, you can register on the portal using your exam number and Personal Identification Number (PIN).  Your PIN is the first 4 digits of your Personal Public Service (PPS) number. You will need a mobile phone number and an email address that the SEC can contact you on. You can read about how to register your account.

If you previously registered for the portal, you can login using your exam number and your Personal Identification Number (PIN).

If you have lost your password and previously registered on the portal, you can login and click the forgot your password link. Enter your exam number and the email address you registered with. You will get an email with a link and instructions on how to create a new password.

The State Examinations Commission will publish information on how to view your scripts and appeal your Leaving Certificate results.


Congratulations.

Well done to Erin Cassidy who has been awarded second place in the SAI Young Sociologist of the Year 2023!
Thanks to Ms O’Brien who mentored Erin through her Politics and Society class.

The Sociological Society of Ireland wrote that: ‘All submissions were reviewed by a team of Sociologists from University College Cork and the Sociological Association of Ireland. We were very impressed by Erin’s insights on Gender Inequality and her ability to integrate theory with practical examples within a very well written and researched essay about how the society we live in is structured and organised.’

Congratulations Erin and good luck in your future studies.


Summer Exams Timetables.

The Summer Exams Timetables for First, Second, Transition and Fifth Years are here (PDF).

For the information of parents/guardians of students who will receive a 2022 Junior Cycle Profile of Achievement (JCPA) award click here (PDF).


Scholarships.

Congratulations to Conor Burke who received a Foundation Scholarship from Trinity College.

Congratulations also to James Tyrrell who has been offered a month long scholarship to Germany by the Goethe Institute and The German Embassy. He was one of only 3 successful applicants who scored very highly in his State Exam and went on to interviews.

 


Assessments.

Having reviewed our Assessment Structure, we would like to update you on the Summer exams and our approach for next year.

The Summer assessments will take place during the following dates:

  •  1st & 2nd Years – Tuesday 30th of May to Friday 2nd of June. This will be a combination of Exams and Block Classes.
  •  5th Years – Wednesday 24th of May to Friday 2nd of June.
  • 3rd Years – Will continue classes as normal with some block classes from 30th of May.
  •  TY – Exams on 18th to 19th of May followed with Presentation Evening on Tuesday 23rd of May

Normal School Hours will be maintained throughout this period.

Timetables will be issued soon.

Next Year we will continue our November and February assessments but we will be adjusting the February assessment period in order to maximise class time.


Planet Youth.

Our school has been participating with Planet Youth to survey young people and look at how to address the issues that arose.  A group of TY students are focusing on the importance of sleep and will be holding a presentation and quiz next week. In the meantime please view the explanatory video and resource below for details and some general results from the nationwide survey.

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Resource link:

Dear Parents/ Guardians

Please find a letter from the HSE regarding the Laura Brennan HPV Vaccination here (PDF).

Please Note:

Who is being offered the Vaccine ?

  • Females (currently in 2nd to 6th Year) Who have not yet received the HPV Vaccine
  • Males (currently in 2nd year to 4th year – Or if a male student went straight into 5th year) Who have not yet received the HPV Vaccine

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