On Tuesday 8th December the annual school Talent Show was held in Nenagh College. All years in the school were represented on stage again this year and the standard of performance was very high. We would like to thank the judges on the night – Erica Flanagan, James McGrath and Natasha Sinclair. They were faced with the challenging task of awarding first second and third places. Eventually, they decided on Sarah Hickey, First Place, for I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables, Shannon Cawley, Second Place, Dancing in the Sky and Chantelle Hickey, Third Place, The Climb. Thanks to all staff and students who worked so hard to put this together. We would also like to thank Jim McLoughney who again this year suited our MC so smartly.
Winning Christmas Tree entry
Proud 2nd Year Nenagh College art students displayed an up-cycled Christmas tree at St Mary’s Christmas Tree Festival. Their winning entry had hundreds of old computer keys mosaiced with donated tiles. Tinfoil from lunch wrappers was made into decorations and an old patio table top was used creatively. Well done to all for the hard work and effort involved. Ms Beirne (Art Teacher) received the award on behalf of the students and would like to thank Mr. O’Meara, Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Johnson for all their help.
Breakfast morning at the LCA Café
LCA 5th year students showcased their hospitality skills on Friday 18th December when they ran the “LCA Café” and held a breakfast morning for staff. A professional menu was presented to all diners, orders taken and food was skilfully prepared, cooked and presented whilst Christmas music created a very festive atmosphere. All funds raised are to be donated to St. Vincent de Paul. Well done to all involved.
Leaving certificate engineering class on a recent visit to LIT Engineering week.
Killian Cullagh is presented with an Electronic Digital Vernier Callipers by Dr John Walsh Lecturer of Engineering for his Knowledge in the area of Rapid Prototyping.