St Brigid's College, Loughrea

Gaeilge

Scoláireachtaí 2018

Pictured below are students from St Brigid’s College Loughrea who were awarded Gaeltacht Scholarships by GRETB for Summer 2018.

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Back row: L to r: Dalma Barath, Alannah Curley, Mark Daniels, Sinead Kennedy, Jason Niland and Shane Tuohy.
Front row: L to r: Deirdre Blake, Arlene Earls, Donal Reilly, Fionn Mullins, Ronan Breheny and Cathal Duane.

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Scoláireachtaí 2017

Pictured below are students from St Brigid’s College Loughrea who were awarded Gaeltacht Scholarships by GRETB for Summer 2017

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Back row L-R Michael Mc Curtin, Kristine Ukaga, Alannah Mooney, Jack Finnerty, Caoimhe Gilligan, Shreya Pol, Joanne Daly, Brendan Lynch

Front row L-R Caitlín Cormican, Sean Raymond, Asia Clarke, Shane Murphy, Sandra Donohue

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Scoláireachtaí 2016

Pictured below are students from St Brigid’s College Loughrea who were awarded Gaeltacht Scholarships by GRETB for Summer 2016.

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Back row: Beibin O Malley, Caoimhe McGrath, Cathal Lenehen, Emma Killilea, Lisa Fallon, Kate Reilly.

Front row: Ciara Harney, Niamh Brennan, Sean Mullins, Brandon Morgan, Rachel McInerney, Tara Corbett and Sorsha Moran (Missing from photograph Molly Lynam).

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Scoláireachtaí 2015

Pictured below are students from St Brigid’s Loughrea who were awarded scholarships to the Gealtacht for summer 2015 by Galway and Roscommon Education Training Board.

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Back row: L to R: Katie Blake, Eva Kelly, Katie Skehill, Katelyn Egan, Arlene Hardiman, Amy Howard, Stephen Cannon and Emma Byrne.

Front row: L to R: Aoife Forde, David Waters, John Headd, Stephen Murphy, Caoilinn Doyle, Sinead Kelly and Aliosia Mitchell. Missing from photo is Caoimhe Gaffney.

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Gaeilge Department

Roinn na Gaeilge

Fáilte go dtí Roinn na Gaeilge. Is í an aidhm atá againn anseo ná meas agus grá a chothú dár dteanga dhúchais. Is gné lárnach í an Ghaeilge de shaol na scoile agus déanaimid gach iarracht cultúr agus saibhreas na teanga a chur chun cinn ón gcéad bhliain ar aghaidh.

Welcome to the Irish Department. Our aim is to foster a love and respect for our native language. Irish is a central part of school life and we make every effort to promote it from first year on.

Beatha Teanga í a labhairt

The Irish Oral Exam is worth 40% at Leaving Certificate level. The higher level courses are extremely challenging. Commitment and good linguistic ability is necessary for success. Students are strongly advised to attend a three week summer Irish language course in the Gaeltacht, in order to improve their proficiency in the language. A wide range of colleges offer summer courses in the Gaeltacht areas and brochures are available in the school, through the Irish Department. In addition to this, the Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) offer scholarships each year and students at St. Brigid’s College are encouraged to apply as the opportunity arises. Further information is available from our teachers.

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Seachtain na Gaeilge is celebrated in St. Brigid’s College in March. The Irish Department organise main events such as table quizzes, poster competitions, drama, traditional dance sessions, trips to places of importance to the Irish culture and heritage along with other class activities. All classes (with limited participation for exam classes) participate in these events and play an active role in our celebration of Seachtain na Gaeilge.

Aoichainteoir Speisialta

The renowned author, Ré Ó Laighléis, is invited to St. Brigid’s College each year to meet our Senior students (Higher Level) about the novel Gafa. The Leaving Certificate students study this novel as part of the Higher Level course for the Leaving Certificate. It is a modern novel with an enticing plot. The students can identify with all of the themes in the novel therefore gaining benefit and enjoyment from listening to the author himself talking about the background to the story.

Múinteoirí:

  • Áine Ní Ghiolláird
  • Lisa Ní Chonáill
  • Orlaith Seoige
  • Máire Ní Lionnáin
  • Melissa Ní Ghrianna
  • Sinéad Uí hEalaigh

Events
Dec
17 2018
First Aid Training
Dec
17 2018
Christmas Carol Service
Dec
18 2018
First Aid Training
Dec
20 2018
TY's - Ice Skating / Christmas Market
13-Dec-2018
in the Abbey Church, Loughrea.
12-Dec-2018
St. Brigid's, Loughrea win All Ireland Senior B Boys Volleyball Final in UCD today
12-Dec-2018
St. Brigid's, Loughrea win All Ireland Senior A Boys Volleyball Final in UCD today
07-Dec-2018
Well done to all TY's involved
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St Brigid's College, Loughrea
Baunoge,
Loughrea,
Co. Galway,
Ireland

091 841 919

Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board
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