Guidance

Kennedy College offers a comprehensive Career Guidance and Counselling service to all post-primary and PLC students.

Guidance refers to the range of learning experiences provided in a developmental sequence, designed to support students in making informed choices in relation to their personal, educational and vocational lives.

Career Guidance is timetabled for each year group to ensure each student has access to appropriate guidance.

The Kennedy College Guidance programme aims to:

  • Provide for the educational, vocational and personal development of all students.
  • Be inclusive and comprehensive, providing for students with varying needs in both Junior and Senior Cycle.
  • Enhance the value of each student through the school visionary statement, 'Together We learn For Life'.
  • To promote among students the importance of accessing the appropriate support as part of a lifelong learning process.
  • To enable students to take responsibility for their learning and decision making in terms of further education or career choices.
  • To identify and support vulnerable students.
  • Foster an environment where students can identify, explore and create opportunities and develop a self-awareness of their talents, interests and abilities.

Guidance Counsellor

Ms Mary Whelan

Jan 11
2021
Remote Teaching & Learning
Jun 09
2021
State Examinations
19-Jan-2021
Audience: Parent(s) & Guardian(s) of students in education using Office 365 & Teams
18-Jan-2021
Wednesday 20th of January @ 5.30pm with Avril Egan
06-Jan-2021
Health Service Executive sponsorship scheme.
Bosheen, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Y34YW08.
051 421 278
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