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Leaving Cert 2021

The Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied Examinations begin next Wednesday. The Department have issued a Candidate Information Guide 2021 – Preparation for the Examinations booklet. You can read/download it here (pdf file)

Full timetables for both LC and LCA are below


Leaving Certificate

Leaving Certificate Applied

Graduation 2021

This Wednesday night at 8 p.m. please join us for the premiere of a very special video. This video was made to give a farewell message to our Leaving Cert Class of 2021.  

Students, past and present, return to play for their counties

As inter county games return, we are delighted to see a number of past and present students return to the fields of play and playing for their counties.
Leaving Cert student Sarah O’Connor along with past students Rebekah Daly and Rachel Greaney have all been chosen on the Limerick Ladies Football team. Limerick will play Antrim, Carlow, Derry and Wicklow in their group for the upcoming championship with games set to begin on the weekend of July 10-11. 
Leaving Cert student Steph Woulfe lined out at mid field for Limerick in their Junior Camogie clash with Clare last weekend. She was joined by past students Michelle, Noelle and Aoife Curtin. Their next game is on Sunday versus Carlow. 

While Leaving Cert student Ellie Sheehy will this summer line out for her province as she has been chosen to captain the Munster Wheelchair Hurling and Camogie team. 

Well done all, we look forward to following the progress of the respective teams.


A Home for Everyone

T.Y Construction Studies students in Colaiste Ide agus Iosef recently took part in the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) “A Home for Everyone” Competition. Their entries developed with the support of their teachers Mr Culhane and Mr Tiernan involved designing a house which took into account a number of different factors. These factors which tested the students' creative and problem solving skills, included sustainability, accessibility, affordability and technology,. It also gave them a taste of what a career in construction could offer. 

The school was delighted when the judging panel which included TV presenter, Dermot Bannon shortlisted one of the Abbeyfeale entries as one of seven teams nationally to make the final. This final was then  held virtually in the last week.

Thank you to Kenneally Murphy Architects who collaborated with Mr. Culhane's successful team in helping to generate 3-D model of their design. 

Contact Information

School:   Coláiste Ide agus Iosef
Principal: Liam Murphy
Convent St., Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick
Phone: (00353) 68 30631


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