Posted 21 Apr
Hi, please feel free to take at look at our March 2021 report Gurteen College Drystock Enterprise Report March 2021
Posted 14 Apr
Check out our latest Gurteen Gazette April 2021 for all that’s happening in the College and on the farm.
Some really great reading in there!
Posted 11 Mar
Have a look at our February Drystock report Gurteen College Drystock Enterprise Report February 2021
Posted 18 Feb
See our College Drystock Enterprise report from January 2021. Gurteen College Drystock Enterprise Report January 2021
Posted 07 Jan
See our College Drystock Enterprise report from December. Gurteen College Drystock Enterprise Report December 2020
Posted 07 Jan
See our College Drystock Enterprise report from November. Gurteen College Drystock Enterprise Report November 2020
Posted 09 Dec
With COVID-19 dampening what we would usually do at Gurteen College to celebrate this festive period, staff and students have decided this year to donate gifts to multiple local charities. Last year we donated a great number of gifts to the likes of Focus Ireland, the Shoe box Appeal and Team Hope, but this year we’ve decided that supporting our local causes would be a great way to show our support.
Of the gifts the College have wrapped ready to donate, a number of them will be taken by Robert Armitage, treasurer and member of the Board of Governors. He is a member of the committee at the Borrisokane Reception Center, which looks after Syrian Refugees – the College will donate 40 gifts to the children of these families.
Rev. Steven Foster, the College chaplain will donate a couple of boxes of gifts on the Colleges behalf to the North Tipperary Development Company. The NTDC runs two creches and the gifts will be going to families in need this Christmas.
Gurteen is also donating to Borrisokane Community College 13 individually requested gifts of which are tailored to each of the students within the school’s ASD centre. A box of gifted toys will also be donated to St Cronan’s in Roscrea. These gifts will be delivered by Dr. Stephanie Scully, Assistant to the Principal. Some toys are also being sent to St Anne’s Community House in Birr; these toys, like the ones for Borrisokane have been selected and tailored for specific children.
Finally, the College is also donating a large hamper to Birr Community Nursing Home. Within the hamper is a selection of board games, plush toys, sweet treats, and some other gifts. This year has taught us that it is not just the young who deserve a gift and generosity at Christmas, after the year we’ve all endured.
Gurteen College are proud to support our local charities and causes, and we thank all the staff and students who have helped us with this project.