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Seachtain na Gaeilge

2nd Yr web 2nd year students taking part in a ceilli one of the many activities for Seachtain na Gaeilge

McEgan College marks the significance of the Proclamation of Independence.

McEgan College along with the majority of schools and colleges across Ireland marked the significance of the Proclamation of Independence today. In what will be the biggest event so far in the 1916 Commemorative programme, McEgan College raised the Irish flag, read the proclamation, and played music to mark this once in a generation event.

 

5th Year LCVP visit EMC

5th Year LCVP class visited EMC in Ovens on Tuesday 15th March. The students were given a great talk about EMC and everything it offers.

 

‘Flags for Schools’ launched as part of 1916 commemorations

 
Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan and Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys launched the Flags for Schools initiative last week with our teachers Mr O Connor and Ms O Mahony along with some first year and second year pupils to collect our flag which will be risen tomorrow along with every school in Ireland to “remember the great sacrifice of the people who fought in 1916 and after, so that this flag could be flown by its people, and that this nation could take its place among the world’s free nations" - Enda Kenny.

Make a Book

make a bookShauna Bradley and Nika Serveka at the Make a Book Exhibition in Millenium hall recently. The students presented a very succesful project on Lady Ardillaun.

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Address:   McEgan College, Macroom, Co. Cork
Phone: 026 41076
Fax: 026 42719
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