What you see is what you get. A good man with Beneavin and the young man's education at heart. If Joe's family are reading this, let them be quite certain that without his input, I'd be a lost cause.
sound teacher runs a great school i have respect for the man
joe you were a good teacher who was respected and a right hard man well done you could but manners on anybody your a credit to beneavin and the finglas area.
pretty strict, but approchable outside. you dare not cross him in the class,few did and paid the price. took no prisioners did our joe ..class of 83
diamond joe twomey is the gentlemans choice.ever hear that story bout the zulus robbin his camera
Wore these scarily tight shorts on sports day said he got them off Niall Quinn Hard man but fair Class of 2000
True gent, has virtually eliminated violence from the school. Good for a bit of craic, master disciplinarian. G.I. Joe, GO JOE!
cool dude!!..great teacher!!..strict and scary!!...principal now. well deserved!
Joe was/is a top man.Had my run-ins with him but still have to say he was a great teacher and principal in my time in Beneavin.
You will not meet a finer teacher ANYWHERE...Anyone who will scare a class full of mouthy finglas heads into shuting up with one click of his fingers...the man!
Toughest teacher you ever met - I was lucky to get out of his class alive most days. ;) He was actually able to teach quite well though!
Diamond Joe - legend geography teacher. Drilled it into us in 2nd/3rd years like no other.
Never actually had him for a subject, apart from when he was 1 of 5 stand in Geography teacher's for us in 6th year - due to McKenna's absence. Really good man.
Hard man was our Joe! Good teacher but shouldve included a few field trips seeing as we were learning Geography!