News & Events

Computer Science Class

Ms O’Malley would like to wish the best of luck to her Computer Science Class in their exams this morning.

They have worked really hard for the last 2 years and now the time is here for all that hard work to be rewarded!!

U19 Soccer

Best if luck to our u19 soccer team who play in the John Murphy Munster Shield Final this Wednesday after a hard fought 1-0 victory in the Semi Final against Kilmihil. The lads will be coming up against Scoil Mhurie of Kanturk in Tipp Town AFC grounds with a 12 O’Clock kick off.

Teachers Versus Students

Great fun was had by all in Friday’s Teachers V Students fundraising match held in Nenagh College. Former Nenagh College student and current Tipperary hurler, Barry Heffernan is taking part in Plant the Planet Games and fundraising for Self Help Africa.

Election of Parents to Tipperary ETB Board

Dear Parent(s), a new Board is being formed for Tipperary ETB. Please find enclosed, nomination forms. You are invited to nominate parents for the Board of Tipperary ETB Please print nomination form and return as outlined. The school roll number, for returns, is 72440K. Please read the instructions carefully. 

Coding Competition

Last week, the school communities of Borrisokane, Nenagh College, and CMCO came together for a coding competition hosted by Borrisokane. Representing Nenagh College were eight talented 2nd-year coding students. Each student showcased their skills by designing and coding a game using either Scratch or Makecode Arcade. The results were remarkable, with all coding students demonstrating excellent workmanship in their games. Selecting the eight students to represent our school was a challenging task, indicative of the strong coding talent within our school.
On the competition day, Wiktoria and Nathan emerged as the overall winners from Nenagh College, adding to the sense of achievement within our community. This event provided a wonderful opportunity for three Tipperary ETB schools to collaborate closely, furthering the promotion of STEM and coding education in our region

Tractor Safety Training

We were delighted to see our Ag Science students engaged in Tractor Safety Training on Tuesday last. Kevin O’Connor from FRS Roscrea delivered the certified course highlight tractor safety and training which we hope is a life skill our students will take to their own farms and the workplace. Kevin was very impressed with their safety and machinery knowledge and driving skills. Thanks to sponsors FBD Insurance and Nenagh College and to Tim Gleeson Farm Machinery for the use of the tractor.

Darkness into Light

Thousands of people across the country took part in the annual Darkness into Light predawn walk on Saturday morning and Nenagh College students and staff were among them. They set off in darkness from The Scouts Hall at 4.15, finishing the 5km walk as dawn was breaking, to symbolise hope for those in distress or who have been bereaved.
Official walks took place at some 230 locations in Ireland and abroad this year. The first Darkness into Light took place in the Phoenix Park in Dublin in 2009, when some 400 walkers took part in a 5km in aid of Pieta. The organisation expected more than 100,000 participants to take part in Saturday morning’s events.