Update on New Building

Martin O'Brien, Chief Executive Officer of LMETB, met with the Board of Management on Monday, 23rd April. The CEO gave a report to the board regarding the new school building. The CEO's report reassured board members that LMETB is doing everything in its power to make sure that Coláiste Chú Chulainn students will be on their new campus as soon as possible. The board of management will work proactively with LMETB in the coming months to ensure that Louth County Council and the Department of Education and Skills will make the new campus available to Coláiste Chú Chulainn students in good time.

Update on reported delay in moving in to our New School Building

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We appreciate that recent newspaper reports regarding a delayed handover of our new school building are worrying for our parents, students and indeed for our whole school community.

Discussions are underway between Louth County Council, who is delivering the project, and the contractor to ensure that the building is completed in the shortest time frame possible.

We will issue a further update as soon as this comes to hand.

Le dea-ghuí,

Deirdre Uí Liatháin



Coláiste Chú Chulainn celebrates International Women's Day

International Women's Day was celebrated this year on 8th March all across the world.  Here in Coláiste Chú Chulainn, one second year class celebrated by digitally taking on the role of famous and important women and virtually tweeting on their behalf.  Students picked women who inspire them, women involved in many different fields - politics, science, literature and the arts.  The chosen women come from across the world, from such diverse places as the United States, Austria, France and Macedonia as well as Ireland, and spanning from Queen Cleopatra in 50 B.C. to the current ongoing campaign for gun control being spear-headed by teenagers in Florida.

Rang Coll were praised for their creative and innovative tweets which were then displayed around the school in honour of International Women's Day.





UPDATE: School to remain closed Thursday and Friday

Due to status red weather alert and the absence of school transportation, school is closed today. Further updates to follow. We hope that all of our students enjoy the snow safely.

UPDATE: all schools in Leinster are to remain closed tomorrow and Friday due to the continuing status red weather alert.