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School Principal
Mr. Garrett Buckley
Deputy Principal

Ms. Stacey Guinan

Student Council

December 2020

The Gallen CS  Student Council for 2020-21 Academic Year was recently elected . The Student Council plays an important role in school life and acts as a bridge between the staff and the students. The Student Council represents the views of Students in our School and also acts as a forum where students can help to air issues and resolve them.


The following is the make-up of the student council  for 2020-21–

1ST Year – Isobel Cann and James Wren.

2nd year – Emer Curley and Lee Moore.

3rd Year – Megan Henson [ Secretary ] Liadh Dalton [ Assistant Secretary ] Lauren Reynolds , Leah Jane Taylor and Cody Reams.

TY – Ruairi o Neill [ Treasurer] and Lauren Kidney [ Assistant Treasurer]

5th Year – Ava Grace Egan and Eoin Lally.

6th Year – Cian Egan [ Chairperson] and Rachel Bracken [ Vice Chairperson]


This year our Student Council meets every second Friday at 12 am in the canteen in accordance with social distancing protocols.

Our Student Council has been to the fore in a number of activities recently.

They have met with our Deputy Principal with a view to improving student facilities.  On Friday December 4  Ava Grace Egan and Eoin Lally participated in an online Comhairle na N- Og seminar where climate change was the key topic  and both students brought  to the seminar the experience they have  gained from membership of the Climate Action Group  .


Our Student Council were actively involved in promoting the  Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Crumlin Childrens’ Hospital on Friday December 11  last.  Each member of the Student Council  collected money from within their year groups with a fantastic total of 830 euro being raised for a worthy cause. The Student Council is also working in conjunction with Liaison Teacher Mr. Mulhall and the Art Department  in creating a Student Council noticeboard  . After Christmas the focus of the Council will be on framing a Gallen CS Student Constitution , receiving training from the Irish Secondary Students Union and giving a student input into  possible designs for the upcoming new Gallen CS  PE uniform .

Student Council 2020/2021




Friday 31st January

A meeting of the Gallen CS student council took place in Mr. Mulhall’s room on Friday 31 January.

Present were: Ross McLoughlin, Orla Duffy , Charlotte Healy ,James McEvoy , Cody Reams , Joseph Dunican and Megan Henson.

Issues discussed were

  1. Progress on the issue of bag racks between the Home Economics room and the Cluny Unit.
  2. Ross  McLoughlin spoke about more students getting involved in Jigsaw particularly the 3rd Year  and TY Groups. Meetings are held once a month.
  3. As part of the Leaving Certificate subject awareness night, the new PE Curriculum and what it entails could be promoted. It was suggested that students are with teachers at Subject Tables and that students talk about their experiences of the subject.
  4. That a Spanish Cultural Evening be held as part of the TY Awards Night.

The Council agreed to meet again after midterm.

Student Council 2020


A meeting of the Gallen CS student council took place in Mr Mulhall’s room on Friday January 17. Present were Ross McLoughlin, Orla Duffy, James McEvoy, Cody Reams, Charlotte Healy, Cian Egan, Katie Dunne, Lauren Reynolds and Megan Henson.

The agenda was to fill the positions of Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary and Assistant Secretary.

The following were elected:

Ross Mc Loughlin Chairperson
Orla Duffy Vice Chairperson
Charlotte Healy Secretary
Cian Egan Assistant Secretary

Issues at the meeting included:

  • calls for bag racks for second years between the Home Economics room and Cluny centre.
  • It was highlighted that first years do not always use the bag racks so perhaps these could be used by second years.

The Council agreed to meet in Mr Mulhall’s room every second Friday at 1240.

It is hoped to get more representatives from each year at our next meeting particularly from TY and 5th Year.

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