The joint Gaelcholáiste an Chláir / Ennis Community College Under-16 girls gaelic football team won the Munster Division E Post-Primary Shield, with a comprehensive win over St Colman’s of Middleton in the Munster Final played at Staker Wallace Park in Kilmallock on Tuesday 26th of April. Left half back Naomi O’Shaughnessy from first-year was named ‘Player of the Game’. Munster ladies football post-primary council member Ed Burke presented the award, and presented the shield to team captain Síofra Ní Dhálaigh Ní Chonaill. The team is managed by teachers Iníon Ní Lochlainn and Miss Ryan.

Naomi O'Shaughnessy was named Player of the Game Captain Síofra Ní Dhálaigh Ní Chonaill accepted the shield on behalf of the team


Ennis Community College and Gaelcholáiste an Chláir held their celebration of Proclamation Day on Tuesday last, March 15th.


Well done to the First and Second Year Girls Basketball team who reached the county league final after defeating Kilrush in the semi-final. Although they lost out by four baskets in the final, they go on to the quarter-finals of the Munster competition which will be held in Castleisland.

Gabriel Kehinde with his Munster Schools Indoor Games medal.

Congratulations to Gabriel Kehinde, winner of the Junior Boys 60m Sprint in Nenagh last Tuesday, at the Munster Schools Indoor Games!

guidancecropThe process of choosing subjects for Leaving Certificate begins this week. The school guidance counsellor, Ms Christie, is beginning a series of presentations and consultations with Third Year and Transition Year students and their families, to explain what’s required and to help them through the process.

Full details are in the following documents, which are available to download.

Subject Choice for Leaving Certificate Established 2018 Senior Cycle Progression & Subject Choice Plan 2016


Ms Christie will be available to meet/chat with parents/guardians to discuss any issues on Wednesday March 2nd from 9am-4pm. Parents/guardians are advised to make an appointment in advance if they wish to meet with the Guidance Counsellor.  Alternatively, you can email Parents/guardians may speak with Miss Christie by phone at 065-6829432.


Students from Ennis Community College and Gaelcholáiste an Chláir present a cheque for €632 to The Society of St Vincent de Paul, part of the funds raised at the Winter Recital held by the schools in December. Pictured, from left (back row): Mr John Cooke, Principal; Ms Orla McDonagh, teacher; Evan Murray; Mr Des Leahy, St Vincent de Paul; Éadaoin Nic Chonmara; Mr Jim Lyons, St Vincent de Paul; Jack Mac an Rí; Barra Ó h-Éigní; Ms Kathleen Tuohy, teacher. Front row: Imirch Ferko; Dawid Dynsky; Saskia Langenkamp.

The Home-School Liaison programme is run by Ms Lisa O'Brien.Exam time can be stressful for parents as well as for students, so the Home-School Community Liaison Service has organised some helpful training to support parents of 6th Year students.

Study Skills for Parents will be held in the held in the parents room on Wednesday the 10th Feb from 2pm-3pm. This is designed to complement the separate study workshops for students being held next week. The session is free and will led by the Home-School Liason Officer, Ms O’Brien. To book a place, phone the school on 065-6829432, text 086-6009137, or email

Hayes Cup Champions 2016: The Ennis Community College / Gaelcholáiste an Chláir Team

Ennis Community College / Gaelcholáiste an Chláir are Munster Intermediate  Colleges Camogie Champions, after defeating Scoil Pól Kilfinane in the final yesterday in Martinstown, Co Limerick.

Teacher Ms Crowe is pictured with Leaving Cert student Dylan Tuohy, at a recent Sweet Treats fundraiser.

Teacher Ms Crowe is pictured with Leaving Cert student Dylan Tuohy, at a recent Sweet Treats fundraiser.