Sinéad Ní Chiardha, Deputy Principal at Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh is a native of Ennis, Co Clare. She attended secondary school at Coláiste Muire in Ennis and achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree (Honours) in History, Politics, Economics and Sociology at the University of Limerick in 2004.  Sinéad achieved  First Class Honours in her Higher Diploma in Education from NUI, Galway in 2005/2006.  She began her teaching career at Blackrock College, Dublin in 2006, where she taught Irish and History.  Sinéad was appoi
Sineadnted as a teacher of History and Business Studies at Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh in 2008.  She went on to receive a Diploma in Irish from NUIG in 2009.

Sinéad was appointed as Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh’s first Deputy Principal in September 2011.  She had been a Special Duties Teacher and an Assistant Principal at Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh previously.  Sinéad was elected as Secretary to the Limerick Principals and Deputy Principals Association in September 2014.

Sinéad plays a central role in the care of students at Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh and her door is always open to students and staff. She believes that communication with parents is vital and always welcomes suggestions, comments or questions from parents which will be to the benefit of their children. Sinéad puts emphasis on the holistic education and welfare of the students at Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh and she encourages them to develop each different aspect of their lives.  Sinéad is available to contact through the school reception or by email at