Leaving Certificate Graduation
Friday 24th May saw the Leaving Certificate class of 2019 graduate from Nenagh College. It was a quick 5/6 years where great friendships and strong bonds developed. We would like to wish each and every one of the students the very best of luck in the upcoming exams and in their future prospects.
Transition Year Art students
Transition year art students accompanied by their teacher Ms Knight completed large paintings for the Tidy Towns. Their paintings will be displayed on the railings of Nenagh recycling centre.
As part of the Gaisce Bronze Award Nenagh College Transition year students travelled to Glendalough. Here, with a guide they completed a walk. They were accompanied by their teachers, Mr. Cox, Mr. Macken, Ms. Dillon and Ms. Maharaj.
A coffee morning was held in the staffroom of Nenagh College for Habitat Malawi Housing Project. This was to support Karen Robinson, a former student, who travels to Malawi as part of the Habitat Malawi Housing Project for orphaned and vulnerable children. Staff of Nenagh College presented Karen with the proceeds of the coffee morning which raised a total of €320 from staff and management. Nenagh College would like to wish Karen the very best of luck in her venture.
Charity Walk for Living Links
5th year LCA students presented Carmel Tooher from Living Links a cheque for €370. This was as a result of a charity walk organised by them for all first year students to the Millennium Cross. Ms. O’ Keeffe (5LCA Co-ordinator) and Ms. Naughton (English and Communications teacher) facilitated the students in a range of Enterprise activities, with the Loving, Care and Affection theme representing LCA. Both teachers are very proud of the incredible work that they have done for themselves and the community over the past year.
Junior and Leaving Certificate Examinations
Nenagh College staff and management would like to wish both our Junior and Leaving Certificate students the very best of luck in their upcoming exams.
Transition Year Graduation Night
Our Transition year students had their Graduation night Monday 24th May. On the night the students were acknowledged for the variety of activities and modules they participated in throughout the year. Work that they completed was displayed and they each received certificates for different courses that they had completed.