St Tiernans College

  • €1.7m in funding has been allocated for an extension at St Tiernan’s College in Crossmolina.

    The funding will be used to construct 5 classrooms at the school.

    The classrooms will replace a number of prefab buildings that are in the school at present.

    The funding has been welcomed by local Fianna Fail Cllr Michael Loftus.

    Cllr Loftus says the school is 60 years old and this building work will make a huge difference to the 235 students and 22 teachers in the school.

  • There’s good news today for St Tiernan’s College in Crossmolina, as the Department of Education has given the go-ahead to proceed with the construction of five new classrooms at the school.

    These will replace a number of prefabs, which are sub-standard, according to Mayo FG Senator Michelle Mulherin.

    The campaign for the new classrooms has been ongoing for a number of years, but Senator Mulherin says the Minister for Education has now given the go-ahead….

  • Minister Norma Foley has informed Mayo deputy Dara Calleary that a major extension has been approved for St Tiernans College in Crossmolina.
     
    It comprises of 6 new general classrooms, a new DCG/Tech Graphic room,a new art room, a new science lab, 2 SET rooms,a textile room,a music room,a prep room and a WC for assisted users.
     
    The deputy says having worked with Councillor Michael Loftus who is chair of the BOM at St Tiernan's , he is delighted with the news and extends congratulations to all involved in the school, adding "it will be a big construction boost for the area".