Coláiste Nano Nagle Name Change for Limerick School

On the 20th of October 2014 Presentation Secondary School, Sexton Street, Limerick officially became known as Coláiste Nano Nagle, in honour of venerable Nano Nagle.

This was a very special day in Coláiste Nano Nagle and we were very lucky to be joined by a very special guest, the Minister of Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan. Minister O’Sullivan unveiled our new name to the school and invited guests.

She also opened our newly refurbished Home Economics room. We were also joined on the day by Noreen McManus, Ms McManus was very generous and added to the Bursary Awards for the girls with the best Leaving Certificate Results.

Lelia Fitzgerald, the chairperson of the Board of Management, was also present on this special day.

It was a great occasion in Coláiste Nano Nagle and well done to all involved.

Pictured above Dr. Amalee Meehan, CEIST Faith Leadership and Governance Co-ordinator with two students from Coláiste Nano Nagle.

Pictured above students with School Principal Marion Cummins.

Pictured above Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan unveiling plaque with new name of the school with Chairperson, Lelia Fitzgerald and school Principal, Marion Cummins. 

Pictured above are Noreen McManus, Lelia Fitzgerald, Barbara Fogarty, Home Economics Teacher, Minister for Education & Skills, Jan O'Sullivan, Meta Fitzsimons, Home Economics Teacher and Principal Marion Cummins. 

Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O'Sullivan meeting students on arrival to the school. 

The Minister who opened new Home Economics room surveys the selection of food prepared by the students.

Minister for Education and Skills Jan O'Sullivan cutting the ribbon at the ceremony.