Welcome to Presentation College Headford

Coláiste na Toirbhite Áth Cinn 1942

We are a Voluntary, Catholic, Secondary School which opens its doors to all.

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Numeracy through ART

Our transition year groups have been doing great work while focusing on numeracy through art. Geometric paper folding and a Maths mural underway for Mr. Moran. Well done Ms. Sherry and her TY class!

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Fantastic TY Trip to Brussels!

Three of our students Michaela Greaney, Aoibhinn Ni Bhroin & Rtuh Higgins exprienced the trip of a lifetime when visiting the European Parliament in Brussels with their teacher Ms. Flanagan! Well done to all and a particular mention

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School Events Week Commencing 25th March 2019

Monday 25th March TY Med Camp CastlebarU15 Girls Soccer Tuesday 26th March 3rd Year Business Studies Trip – Dough BrosTY Med Camp Castlebar Wednesday 27th March TY Med Camp Castlebar Thursday 28th March Trocaire Workshop Friday 29th March

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School Events Week Commencing 18th March 2019

Tuesday 19th March CSI Transition YearsJuvenile Football (Away) Wednesday 20th March 1st & 2nd Year Basketball v Loughrea (Home) Thursday 21st March CSI Transition Years 2nd Year Boys Basketball Final (NUIG) Friday 22nd March Girls U16 soccer

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STEM Trip to Boston Scientific

Senior Chemistry Students, accompanied by their teachers Ms Halleran and Ms Gallagher, enjoyed a great day at Boston Scientific and the Galway Clinic. The students got a great insight into the production of Boston Scientific medical devices and were

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Our Mission Statement

Presentation College Headford is a learning community in the Catholic Presentation tradition dedicated to developing the greatest possible personal, academic, and spiritual potential of each student. We endeavour to do this in a caring and disciplined environment so that our students may achieve and flourish in all aspects of their lives.

Bearing witness to the life of the Venerable Nano Nagle, it is our hope that in creating a nurturing environment and by cherishing all equally in our care, a PCH student will foster a sense of self-esteem, honesty and respect, cultivating a care and kindness towards themselves, others and the world in which we live.

We welcome the involvement of parents as partners in the education of their children and the co-operation and support of the wider community in delivering a quality teaching and learning experience for all.


Ratified by the Board of Management, March 3rd 2020