Our Transition Year group recently participated in a fantastic morning of Segway Training with E-Movement Ireland. Team Challenges included Relay Races, Obstacle Courses and Follow the Leader – well done to all who took part!
Inniu bhí Dónal as Conradh na Gaeilge leis an Idirbhliain ar an Seó Bóthair.
The Seó Bóthair is an interactive workshop that encourages students to use critical thinking to examine their opinions about the Irish language.
They discussed where they can use Irish and Dónal informed them about their language rights.
Bhain na daltaí an-taitneamh as.
Míle buíochas le Dónal agus An Seó Bóthair
On Monday 20th November Garda Maureen Finnerty came in to Nenagh College to give an informative talk to our senior students on drug abuse and road safety. This talk was organised by some of our 6th Year leaving Cert Applied students as part of their contemporary issues task. Well done to all involved! #roadsafety #drugsafety
Nenagh College is proud to be part of the Choose Respect campaign. Choose Respect aims to highlight the unacceptable normalisation of abusive language and behaviour directed towards women.
To inspire our communities to put an end to this harassment through raising awareness, empowering individuals to intervene and fostering a culture that values dignity and equality for all. #Respect #community #equality #care #ChooseRespect
Our Transition Year Group recently enjoyed a brilliant day of learning at the Pallas Driving School, Portumna. After completing a work shop where students focused on the material to revise for the Driver Theory Test, the group took to the road when each student received an individual Driving Lesson from a qualified instructor. High rev’s and false starts were aplenty! Our TY group gained great confidence from the day and look forward to getting behind the wheel again!