As we stay at home we may find ourselves with more time in the kitchen. The food we eat affects our health and well-being and budget plays an important role in what food we buy and prepare. This recipe book is designed to provide easy-to-prepare, low-budget, tasty, yet highly nutritious meals. This is a FREE cookbook called “101 Square Meals” - developed by Safefood and MABS (Money and Budgeting Service). It can be accessed online interactively and available to download in PDF for FREE!
SNACKS SALADS DESSERTS & LIGHT MEALS CHICKEN VEGETARIAN & TURKEY BEEF, LAMB FISH & PORK MEASURES, BREAKFAST SOUPS INTRO & CONTENTS Foreword The food we eat is very important for our health and wellbeing.
There has been a further announcement by the Taoiseach that, in line with public health advice, schools will remain closed until 19 April. In addition to maintaining ongoing engagement with students, one really important message you can assist with, is to convey to students, the absolute need to practice social and physical distancing, and to minimise physical contact with each other, to help avoid the spread of Covid-19. This should include advice to avoid meeting up and in all circumstances to adhere to HSE guidelines. As part of your school community, parents and guardians should also be urged to support their children to maintain the restrictions on congregating for the safety of all in their community.
As part of your school community, parents and guardians should also be urged to support their children to maintain the restrictions on congregating for the safety of all in their community. In order to support you in getting this important public health message across to your school communities information notices (in 17 different languages) are available here:
The full letter can be read by clicking this link: Letter from Secretary General of the DES 25-03-2020
Spreading Best Wishes to our Exam Students - Members of 'The Aloysius Foundation' made a 'motivational board' to spread our message of ‘Best Wishes’ to the exam students. The board was filled with positive sayings, some ‘Did you knows?’ about studying and exams, the perfect guide to successfully completing their exams and also positive pictures and emogis. We wish all students good luck in their exams. (Click on the heading for the full article)
Blue Monday: By Nessa Whelan To tackle the Monday blues, our Young St. Vincent De Paul group baked dozens of cupcakes. They went into town handing the cupcakes out for free to show our appreciation for the work being done in our community....The YSVP group also made up bags of blue sweets ... and sold them at break time ... All money raised will go to our local SVP group in Carlow.
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Our First Years enjoyed a brilliant day out in Leisure Max organised by our superb Meitheal Team. The students enjoyed bowling, laser tag, absailing and climbing. They took part in sumo wrestling, goggle soccer, zorbing, pool and basketball shooting. A fantastic day was had by all. Huge thanks to our Meitheal Leaders who put in a big effort in planning and organising the day from booking the venue to organising the buses. Lots of fun had by everyone.
Congratulations to Fifth Year Damian Korus who came in the top forty in the Irish Mathematical Olympiad. This means that Damian has been invited for more intense training in preparation for the Irish Maths Olympiad on Saturday 09 May 2020. The best six pupils at the Irish Maths Olympiad will represent the country at the International Maths Olympiad which will take place in Russia in July 2020....
Congratulations to the First Year teams from 1AS and 1AR from Presentation College Carlow who recently took part in the rowing competition in Carlow I.T. Everyone had a very enjoyable experience. Thanks also to the teachers who brought us as we wouldn’t be able to do it without them. (Click on article heading to see the photos)
Several students had their work selected and were entered into the biannual German Olympiad which is organised by the ‘Goethe-Institut’ worldwide. This year the theme of the competition is “Meine Lieblingsstadt in Deutschland ist..” (My favourite city in Germany is…) Best of luck to Eva Kavanagh – who made a video about Berlin, Wicktor Pinski who wrote about Frankfurt and Aibha Kiernan who selected Düsseldorf as her favourite city in Germany...
An enterprising group of Transition Years have just entered a competition organised by Friends of the Earth in a bid to win Solar Panels for our school. The team is comprised of Shauna Murphy Woods, Tegan Sherry, Emily Jane Kendellon and Cyprian Godyn. We are hoping to be shortlisted and if so will need everyone’s votes to ensure that “Solar Powered Water Coolers” become a reality for everyone using the College.