In Largy College, Guidance refers to a range of Learning experiences that are provided in a developmental sequence in order to assist students to make informed choices about their lives and to make transitions consequent to these choices These choices may be categorized into three separate but interconnected areas:

1. Personal and Social

2. Educational

3. Career.


Follow the link below for the Largy College guidance page.


Members of the Department:

Ms. Claudine Goff 


 Here is a snapshot of activirties in Guidance in Largy College over the last academic year:

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3rd Year Information Evening

6th years inform 3rd year students about  senior cycle optional subjects. 3rd year students and their [parents/guardians learn about the  different programs available in senior cycle.

GuidanceTY business students participated in an accountancy workshop given by Olivia Smith from the ACCA 


Ashlene Kinnear from Cavan Institute spoke to 5th year students about courses and college life.


Mr Brendan Jenkins, from Clones Credit Union, spoke to senior students about financial matters/supports available for students. 


Victoria Wilson from ATU Donegal met with senior students.

2nd yrs CAW

Second year students compiled a "Wall of Fame" to celebrate our most recent 6th year students as

part of College Awareness Week.


1st year students completed a career investigation as part of

College Awareness Week.


Niall McGovern from DCU spoke to students about college life in Dublin.


Mr Joe Kirke, member of our Board of Management, prepared 5th years students for their mock interviews. He covered CV and interview preparation. 


Senior Students visited Combilift, Monaghan. They were brought on a tour by Adam Langan, an Engineer in Combilift and a Largy College past pupil.


Karol Harvey from Monaghan Institute gave a presentation to senior students.


Leslie from McDonnell Commercials, Monaghan visited the school to speak about HGV maintenance apprenticeships. 


Adam Crowe, A tattoo artist met wit our senior art students to discuss his career as a tattoo artist/business owner. 


Orla Curran, a Social worker met with senior interested students to speak about her career / training


We were delighted to welcome back a number of successful past pupils,

who spoke to our 6th year and LCA2 students. 



Kay Mitchell from Maynooth gave a presentation to senior students about college life in Maynooth. 


Micheal Dowdican from St Angela's College spoke to 5th year Home Economics students.


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