A combination of Under 14 Hurlers from The Presentation College and Gaelcholaiste were crowned Carlow hurling champions after comprehensive victories over Hacketstown and Carlow CBS on Tuesday March 18th. In perfect hurling conditions the tournament was held in Carlow Town Hurling Club and will live long in the memories of all involved....
Under 14 Hurling Champions
On Thursday 14 March, forty-eight Agricultural Science and Home Economics students, along with Ms. Bradley, Ms. Egan and Ms. Grant and our Erasmus teacher Paulina attended the annual Agri Aware Farm Walk and Talk. This took place in on the Irish Farmers Journal Farm located in Screggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Students learned about ...
First Year Irish Quiz and Céilí. Third Year Treasure Hunt - As part of Seachtain na Gaeilge the Third Years completed a treasure hunt. Ms. Ryan carefully devised a range of clues and hiding places all over the school. The students were divided into teams of three and had to translate the clues and go to various rooms all over the school...
Ms Nagle, Ms Maher and Senior students Daniel Pender, Meadhbh O' Sullivan and Ciara Lyons attended the CEIST Student Leadership Conference on Wednesday 20th March in DCU Campus St.Patrick's College, Drumcondra. Well done to Daniel who made a presentation on the day on how he had shown leadership in Presentation College Carlow.
There was a Fairtrade recipe competition for First Years in Home Economics using Fairtrade products. The winners were Ally O’Brien and Hannah Coakley with Hanna Lambe being the runner up. During the week there was also a staff hamper raffle to thank teachers for highlighting Fairtrade throughout Fairtrade Fortnight.
On Monday 4 March Sixth Year Irish students took part in an Irish drama workshop 'Caith Amach É'. The workshop is a fast-paced, physical comedy sketch show in which the two actors, Niall and Aidan covered each of the twenty Sraith Pictiúr on the 2019 Leaving Certificate Oral examination. (Click on heading for more)
Ms. Owens recently brought her Second Year History and CSPE students on an educational trip to Dublin. The following is a compilation of reports written by Allanah, Ella, Shane, Mikee, Terry and Molly.
“First of all we went to Dublin Castle, where we learned that .. (click on heading for more)
Congratulations to Second Year student Megan Hosey, who received an award for her entry in the Creative Ireland “Empowering Women Art Competition”. Megan was awarded second place in the competition and received a €100 One 4 All Gift Voucher at a Ceremony in Carlow College on International Women’s Day. First Year student Ally O’Brien also had her entry on display.
Empowering Women Art Competition.