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Term: Junior Cycle
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Academic Excellence

Feb 10 2020

Congratulations to Doireann and Emer who both received an award for Academic Excellence from Department of Economics, Finance and Accountancy Department of Law and School of Business,  Maynooth University for their Junior Cycle Results in Business Studies....

JCPA Certificates Awarded

Feb 03 2020
On Wednesday the 23rd of January, a ceremony was held for the Third Year class of 2019. During this ceremony our students were awarded their Junior Cycle Profile of Achievement Certificates (JCPA) in the school library......

Presentation College Awards Academic Excellence

On Friday, 18th October a distinguished gathering from the world of academia converged on the Seven Oaks Hotel in Carlow for the thirteenth annual Presentation College Academic Awards ceremony. The Academic Awards, implemented by the Board of Management, are designed to recognise and reward academic achievement among the students in Presentation College and to publicly celebrate their success....

Appreciating Difference

Oct 15 2019
Ms Vanessa Byrne's First Year SPHE students while studying the topic of 'Appreciating Difference'  took part in a 'show and tell' class where all students actively participated using props from home .... Among the many talents showcased included one student who provided baked cupcakes for her entire class to demonstrate her love of baking. Aoife is a Business and Home Economics student ...

Local Enterprise Office Student Innovation and Technology Challenge

 On May 8th First Year students and many of their teachers attended a presentation in the school library. The students had entered a Local Enterprise Competition aimed at reducing the use of single use plastic. They had focussed in particular on highlighters. All present ...

First Years 

Students Make Seed Balls

Ms. Owens and Ms. Brennan organised Eco Unesco Workshops for their classes last week. Laura-Kate Howell treated the students to hands on Biodiversity Workshops. There was great excitement as students enjoyed Magenta style learning as they collaborated, shared and participated. The highlight was the actual making of their seed balls, which they then were able to bring home. Thanks to Carlow County Council for sponsoring these very educational and enjoyable workshops. The students are looking forward to finding out what grows from their seed balls in the spring and summer.

German Tour

First and Second Years were very excited last week when the details for the trip to Germany in December this year were released. We will be staying in Koblenz and visiting the Rheinland region. Among the highlights will be a day in Phantasialand Theme Par ...