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Meanwhile in Ella’s Fitness Club…
Ethan teaches a girl a 20-minute core circuit and teaches a 72-year-old woman some TRX exercises trying to help her stay fit.

TY Graduation Night 2022

On Monday 30th May, the Transition Year Class of 2021/2022 finished the school year with their TY Graduation Night. The parents and families of the TY Students were invited to see and hear about the variety of class work, projects and out of school activities the group were involved in throughout the academic year. The students were praised for their efforts by TY Coordinator Mr. Shrahan and their Class Directors; Mr. Cox, Mr. Forde & Mr. Madden. We wish them the best of luck in their journey into 5th Year. 

Erasmus Update- John

Erasmus Update
John is working at an estate agent in Malaga says, “This has been my workstation for the last week. I’ve mostly been transferring properties from one website to another, updating the room numbers, floor area, price etc. I have also had to search for properties that meet certain criteria set by clients.”

Awards Evening 2022

Nenagh College celebrated its first Awards Evening on Monday 23rd May. After the hiatus caused by Covid 19, it was a very welcome return. An array of prizes in a wide variety of categories were presented by Declan Kinsella (Board of Management),Siobhan O Donovan (Parent Council), Jason Forde and guest John Johnston, who was returning to the school after his recent appointment by TETB as Principal in Clonmel. 
 
The prize categories reflected the diverse nature  the school and the collective and individual talents of the recipients. Students received recognition for Gaeilge and foreign languages through a TETB sponsored scholarship, Sports, Art, Culture, Social Awareness, a new ”Welcome” category to reflect the value of inclusion, endeavour awards and the 2021 TETB Awards in the categories of Best Result in Leaving Cert and Leaving Cert Applied, Sports and Personal Achievement. 
The final ward of the evening was, the newly inaugurated Tipperary Education and Training Board, Core Values Award. The recipients were  students whose participation in the school reflected these core values in everything they participated in. This award was given to Aine Corrigan Forde, Aisling Ryan and Molly Gillick.   

Erasmus Update

The whole group went to a flamenco show during their trip. It was very interesting to see Spanish dancing and it gave an insight into the Spanish culture vs the Irish. The group had a good time, and the music was brilliant also. The group also spent a few hours on the roof of their accommodation, enjoying the sun and chatting with each other.