Neil Cadogan’s retirement

We would like to acknowledge the recent communication from the Board of Management of Neil Cadogan’s plans for retirement at the end of the current school year.

On behalf of all the parents, we would like to wish Neil all the very best and thank him for all that he has done for students past and present. He will be dearly missed.

We have a facility to set up for people to leave a personal message of thanks and appreciation for Neil in the comments section if you so wish.

17 thoughts on “Neil Cadogan’s retirement

  1. Wishing Mr Cadogan all the best. My 3 boys adored him and he will be missed. I only have 1 boy left now in Johnstown with only 1 year left to go so I feel very lucky that my 3 boys had him for literally all of their primary school. He was so kind and especially to Joe who used to pop in to the office to see Ms Kearns and ” Neil” for a chat ! all the best for a very relaxed retirement. Ruth & David Connolly

  2. Wishing you all the best on your retirement ! Thanks so much for all your care and encouragement to the lads while they were Johnstown. Louis still remembers your birthday every year. Enjoy it its well earned . Yann, Louis and Evan Mitchell (all former Johnstown alumni during your time).

  3. Wishing you the very best for your retirement, thank you for all the support and encouragement over the years for my two boys, hope you have a well deserved rest! Best Wishes x

  4. We would like to wish Mr.Cadogan all the best for the future.
    Our 2 boys sam and jack have wonderful positive memories of their primary school days. The had alot of respect for their principle as he did for his pupils . Always willing to partake in the fun of the school , best wishes Neil

  5. My 3 brothers and I were fortunate enough to be students when Neil was a teacher. And now my son is in the school as Neil begins his retirement. Neil spent his entire teaching career at Johnstown Boys School and the school is better for it. An absolute gentleman, always positive, kind and generous with his time. He will be missed and my family wish him all the best.

  6. Thank you for being a really great principal Mr Cadogan – we will miss you! We hope you enjoy your retirement!

    From Jake Merrigan (2nd class)

  7. Mr Cadogan
    Wishing you a very happy retirement which you thoroughly deserve. The lovely atmosphere in the school is a testament to your leadership. You were always very approachable and we appreciated your support over the years.
    All best wishes,
    Maria & Ciaran
    Eoin, Niall & Daniel

  8. Dear Neil,

    Sending you every good wish on your retirement and next chapter…
    You were always so friendly and approachable to us as parents and provided such a strong presence in the school for the boys whom have great regard for you.
    You will be greatly missed.

    Best wishes

    Una & Alex Bennett

  9. Thank you for everything you have done for the boys and the school over the years. It was very evident to see how liked and respected you were by all the boys and you will most definitely be missed. Wishing you all the very best in your retirement, it’s well deserved.

  10. Ah Neil the very best of luck on your retirement. Willie Braine

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