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Student Enterprise Programme

This year 24 Transition Year students from Enniscorthy Vocational College will be taking part in the Student Enterprise Competition. The Student Enterprise Programme (SEP) is Ireland’s largest and most successful student enterprise programme. Over 23,000 students each year participate by setting up and running a student business and find out what it is really like to be an entrepreneur and get a practical, hands-on taste of real-life business. [Read more...]

Second-Level Open Night 2018

Enniscorthy Vocational College will be holding its second level Open Night on Tuesday 16th October from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Visitors will have a choice of joining a tour on the night or to examine all aspects of the school at their own leisure. The Principal’s address will take place at 7:00pm. [Read more...]

School Excellence Fund

Stephen Graham, an internationally recognised literacy expert is visiting Enniscorthy this week spending time in Enniscorthy Vocational College as well as the two local primary schools, St. Aidan’s PS and St. Senan PS.   [Read more...]

A leap forward for the 2018/19 Transition Year class - Shielbaggan Trip

The first trip of the year for the  Enniscorthy Vocational College Transition Year class took place to Sheilbaggan Outdoor Education Centre on Friday 31st August.  Fears of heights and water were the topic of conversation on the bus journey to the centre. Reminders of challenging yourself and getting out of your comfort zone from Ms. Parker (Class Tutor) and Mr. Maher, TY Co-Ordinator eased their nerves. The students participated in coast steering, rock climbing, archery, caving and rope challenges. Many fears were conquered, fun was had by all and the weather held up. . In addition to the many activities on offer, it was a great team bonding day.  [Read more...]



2nd LEVEL OPEN NIGHT  Tues. 16th Oct. 6pm. to 8pm. 


Welcome to the website of Enniscorthy Vocational College

Principal’s Address

I extend a warm welcome to all who visit this website. As a parent, guardian or prospective student this site should give you some impression of the life in Enniscorthy Vocational College.

It is impossible to set out the whole range of activities that take place in the school but hopefully the sense of a happy, productive and caring community is tangible.

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