News & Events

Nenagh College Fashion Show Thursday 10th March

There will be a Transition year Fashion Show on Thursday 10th March. All Proceeds in aid of Nenagh Horse Riding for the Disabled.

Tickets are 3 euros for Students and 5 euros for Adults. All Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

Doors open at 7.00 pm and the Fashion Show will begin at 7.30 pm.

Please come and support this local charity and all of the local shops who are kindly donating clothes for the night

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Nifty Fifty Winner James Noonan

Big Congratulations to first year student James Noonan who won Nenagh College Nifty Fifty Draw for February 2016. Our Nifty Fifty draw is organised by our Transition Year Student where a one euro ticket puts you in the draw to win fifty euros.

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Advice for Leaving Certificate Subject Choice

When you are considering which subjects to take for the Leaving Cert, bear in mind that this decision will impact on certain university courses. To gain admission to certain courses require a compulsory subject to be taken to Leaving Cert level and a prescribed minimum grade be achieved. This compulsory subject or subjects is required in addition to achieving the required points as set out in the CAO.

For extra information regarding subject choice for Leaving Certificate, please use the following links

Exam Times Subject Choice Supplement

http://www.careersportal.ie/school/subject_explorer.php?parent=6&ed_sub_cat_id=48&menu_parent_id=2110#Leaving Cert Subjects/

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First Year Handball

Nenagh College first year students Rory Grace and Megan Morris pictured receiving their trophies after victories in first year single and mixed doubles at the Newport College Handball blitz. Also in picture is Mr. Andy Purcell, Newport College. Well done to both Rory and Megan.

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PLC Courses for 2016/2017

We are now taking applications for our PLC Courses for 2016/2017

Our QQI courses accredited courses are

  • ‚ÄčApplied Social Studies – QQI¬†Level 5
  • Early Childhood Care and¬†Education with Special Needs Assistant –¬†QQI¬†Level 5
  • Engineering Technology with Renewable Energy –¬†QQI¬†Level 5
  • Office Administration –¬†QQI¬†Level 5
  • Sports, Recreation & Exercise –¬†QQI¬†Level 5
Apply now and you will be called for interview in mid-late May 2016.
Apply online today at
https://cms.enrol.ie/nenaghcfe2016

First Year Trip to Limerick Animal Welfare in Kilfinane

Nenagh College first year students 1A and 1B were pleased to travel to the Limerick Animal Welfare Shelter in Kilfinane as part of their work in Civic Social and Political Education. Accompanying them was Mr. Cox and Ms. Carey. Donations of dog and cat food were presented on the day to the shelter to help support their work in rescuing and re-homing animals. It was a fantastic educational experience had by all.

Anybody interested in supporting the Limerick Animal Welfare Shelter, please use the link http://www.limerickanimalwelfare.ie to find out more

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TY Trip to Google in Dublin

Located in the heart of the historic docklands district (a.k.a. Silicon Docks), Google has helped put Dublin on the map as a technology hub in Europe. Google offices is made up of thousands of Googlers from all over the world, overseeing operations for operations Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Google Dublin is the headquarters for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Google have a huge sales presence that focuses on helping small and medium-sized businesses as well as working with major companies across EMEA. Google tech jobs in Dublin include engineering roles in networking, site reliability, and building the tools that keep core products running.

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