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On Saturday 20th February the CBS had a very memorable day with our annual 10k Run and 5k Run/Walk. There were almost 200 registered for the 5k run and an equivalent number for the 10k run and several more participated in the walk. Some of the..
The results for the Entrance Assessment will be posted out to parents for arrival on Saturday 30th January 2016. If for some reason that Royal Mail does not deliver your results on Saturday 30th January 2016, the school will be open from 12.00..
In June 2015 the Trustees of Christian Brothers Grammar School carried out a consultation, with the governors, staff, parents and pupils on a proposal to move away from the use of academic selection for admission to the school. Over the past m..
Statement from the Board of Governors of Omagh CBS On behalf of the Board of Governors and the ERST Trustees I wish to inform you that Mr Foncy McConnell has been appointed as the new Principal of Omagh Christian Brothers Grammar School with e..
Stock Market Challenge Winners Our Year 11 Business Studies students Conor McCarney, James Kelly, Enda McSorley and Matthew McClements beat off stiff competition from 18 other teams to collect the top prize in the Stock Market Challenge compet..
CBS and Loreto’s jam-packed trip to London CBS and Loreto students were recently involved in a group trip to London to promote and see career possibilities in the creative subjects. The group included students from subjects such as Media Stu..
On Saturday 5th March Year 14 students Damien Teague and Paul Conway attended the finals of the Irish Chemistry Olympiad in Dublin City University (DCU). Both students performed very well with Damien securing 3rd place. Competition was fierce ..
Dear Parent / Guardian Proposal to Remove Academic Selection, on a Phased Basis, at Christian Brothers Grammar School, Omagh Please note that the above proposal, together with comments made by local schools, were considered at the Education Au..
For many kids, the final few days before returning to school after the Easter break can be spent lounging around at home, getting up late and spending most of the day on a Playstation. Not so for Maiden City SoccerU13 player Conor Bradley who..