Minister Humphreys Guest of Honour at Coláiste Chú Chulainn awards

Minister Humphreys Guest of Honour at Coláiste Chú Chulainn awards

Minister for Social Protection Heather Humphreys officiated at Coláiste Chú Chulainn’s annual awards day last week. 

The first such event since Covid 19 restrictions were lifted was celebrated by all 820 students with their staff and visitors. 

Minister Humphreys commended the school community on the academic, sporting, citizenship and attendance achievements.

Minister Humphreys advised the students to be proud of their achievements to continue their work in all areas of school life. 

Deputy Peter Fitzpatrick presented the Sportspersons of the Year awards to Carmen Rasandratana, James Obisan, Sophie Curley Gray, Nicola Nic Giolla Rua, Emmanuel Ojo and Godsent Ibendiogwu.

Senator John McGahon presented the Academic Awards to Gabriella Hrynko, Anastasija Markova, Lorcán Garvin, Daniele Orlandi, Elizabeth Adesanya and Niall Bastible Diaz.

Deputy Imelda Munster presented the Student of the Year awards to Mal Madine, Mylka Kabangu, Esther Ojo, Seán Reilly, Harry Begley and Dáire Mac Searraigh. 

Minister Humphreys presented the Cu Chulainn and House Champions Awards to Pawel Skalinski, Chisomaga Anyanwu, Emmet O’Hanrahan and Eimantas Lingis.

LMETB board members Councillors Marianne Butler and Andrea McKevitt presented more than 50 full attendance awards to students.


Chisomaga Anyanwu senior Cu Chulainn Award winner, Principal Thomas Sharkey, Imelda Munster TD, Pawel Skalinski Junior Cu Chulainn award winner, Senator John McGahon, Peter Fitzpatrick TD.


Award recipients with Deputy Imelda Munster, Senator John McGahon, Heather Humphreys, Deputy Peter Fitzpatrick and Cllr Andrea McKevitt


 Awards administrator Peter Corrigan with Minister Humphreys