Presentation College, Headford, Co Galway


Presentation College,

Headford, Co Galway,

Phone: 093-35408

Fax: 093-35532

Roll number: 63040Q



PCH win at Enterprise Awards


TY trip to Knock Pictures


Waltons School of Music Full Story


F! in schools Full Story


Karl Lacey visits PCH!!Karl's visit brought back bad memories for our Mayo teachers and students of their 2012 final defeat!! Photos


PCH students excel in Maths and Science!! More Info.


PCH prospective first year open day 2015 . Read more


Presenation College Headford Opening of Year Mass. Pictures


PCH First Year Mass Pictures


Presentation College Headford welcomes all new first years!!


Samples of our Construction Projects!Click to View


First Year Poster Competition! Have a look!


Connaught Athletics Finals! Results


Trading Post sponsors new Hurling Jerseys for PCH! Pictures!


PCH hold Numeracy Day! More Info


PCH come close in IMTA Maths Finals Read More





PCH present and past pupils do us proud!!

Annaghdown Ladies win All Ireland!

Special Congrats to Kelsey Forde, Riona & Aisling Quinn, Rachel O'Neill, Rachel Barret and Lorna Cunningham!

Congrats to all our past pupils also!!

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PCH victorious v St. Enda's!!

The senior soccer team ended the season on a good note with a 3-0 victory in Salthill over St. Enda's. In a close match PCH got the important breaks in the second half. Great work from Cian Forder created the first goal for Eoin Redddington. Seamus Monaghan scored the second with the impressive Ryan Monaghan getting the third goal on the stroke of full time. However, in spite of this win, PCH have not qualified for the quarter final with Rice College Westport and Summerhill Sligo progressing!

Well done to Mr O'Mahony and his team!!

Annaghdown ladies bring the cups to PCH!!

Awakening Concert 2016

PCH students and teachers were involed in the hugely successful awakening concert which took place recently in the Breaffy Arena!

Please view excerpts in video below!

Debating Success

Members of the PCH debating team have been enjoying their involvement in the Concern Debates this winter. They have debated a number of very interesting motions and grown in confidence, knowledge and skill with each debate.


In their first outing, against St Mary's College Galway, the PCH team successfully defended the motion that 'Ending World Hunger by 2030 is an Impossible Dream'. Following that, they travelled to Crossmolina on a cold November's night to oppose the motion that 'France should allow religious symbols in public institutions'. Again, the PCH team was successful.

On 17th January, they travelled to Claregalway to oppose the motion that 'The United Nations should be Disbanded'. This was a wonderful debate and both teams performed to a very high standard but, despite the very convincing arguments of the PCH team, the motion was upheld.

The team's final first-round debate will be in PCH on Wednesday evening, 25th January, at 8 pm, when they will propose the motion that 'Climate Change Agreements are a Load of Hot Air'. The opposition will be Davitt College, Castlebar.

The PCH team is: Maggie Larson, Aoife Griffin, Bridget Mohan, Griffin Chalfa, Graham Winters and Henry McMahon. Well done to each of them.




PCH hold very enjoyable Open Day for sixth class pupils!!

PCH Debating Team are victorious!!

Pictured below are the PCH Debating Team which overcame St. Mary's College Galway in their first debate on Thursday, 13th October. PCH proposed the motion that 'Ending world hunger by 2030 is an impossible dream

Quote from Mark Ronaldson, PCH 1999-2005, in recent past pupil survey.

"My days in PCH were unquestionably some of the happiest days of my life. The teachers and staff created a perfect environment for academic, sporting and personal development. The friends I made, games I played and lessons learnt will stay with me forever"

Presentation College Headford in top six of Waltons Music Competition

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PCH score huge success at Enterprise Awards

The management, staff and students of Presentation College are extremely proud of Ms McCallions TY Enterprise students, Jared Mullin, Cathal Roddy and Nessan Leahy, who won first prize in the BEST enterprise awards.

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