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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

Ms 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 ...

Spanish Students come to Presentation College

Sep 24 2019
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Fifteen students came from Spain to attend school in Presentation College, Carlow. In an interview with a number of them we asked about their reasons for coming to Ireland, their experiences of life and school in Ireland and also about school and life in Spain....

 

Geography Field Trip

On Monday the Sixth Year Geography students travelled to Kippure, Co. Wicklow to carry out experiments in the river Liffey for their Leaving Certificate Geography Project. Despite some showers in the morning the weather held out for the rest of the day. Some of the experiments carried out were: 'Calculating the Velocity of the river', 'Calculating the Slope of the River' and 'Analysing the Bedload'. The project will be worth points for their final Leaving Certificate Geography exam. 

Awards Day

Jun 19 2019
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Students at Presentation College recently received awards for their excellence in academic, sporting and extra-curricular activities. The highest award that of Senior Student of the Year 2019 went to Ciara O’Doherty. Daniel Pender received the Ceist Award. The Brídín Quinn Award recipient was Darragh Curran ....Photos

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 ...

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