🎉 Invitation 🎉 Enrollment 2019-20 We in senior management cordially invite parents of sixth class primary school children to drop in for a one-to-one chat and cuppa with us on Tuesday 27th or Thursday 29th of November between 4:00pm and 8:00pm to explore how our school could well be the right second level school for your child. […]
A new chapter has started at the Central Technical Institute (CTI) in Clonmel, County Tipperary, following the appointment of John McCarthy as principal. Consisting of the CTI Senior College of Further Education, Gaelcholáiste Chéitínn and Coláiste Chluain Meala, Cork native John has been taken aback by the sense of “real camaraderie and openness to new ideas” since commencing the […]
Today we have a visit from Seamus Kennedy, Laura Dillon and Courntey Lonergan who were members of the All Ireland winning Tipperary panels in hurling and ladies football. It was a huge honour to have All Ireland winners visit our school and it was a greater honour to have one of our past pupils – […]
Junior Cycle results are out tomorrow and while it can be an incredibly joyous occasion for students and parents it can also be a very stressful time. Can parents make themselves aware of the information and help available at the following link: https://www.askaboutalcohol.ie/parents/
CTI Clonmel 0-16 Mount Sion 0-12 Our Under 16.5 Hurlers kicked off their campaign today with a win over a tough Mount Sion side. With four second years on the starting team we went out with a young side that showed great fight and determination throughout. We got off to a great start and went […]
Pictured are some of our second year students from Coláiste Cluain Meala who recently completed some excellent mirror frames as part of a woodwork project. A great Christmas present for someone! 🎅🤶 Thanks very much to Niall in Clonmel Glass and Mirrors who supplied and fitted the mirrors.
After the second years watched the film Loving Vincent they chose their favourite character – The Postman Joseph Roulin. Each student had their own section to paint in the style of Van Gogh. We think they did a super job