Transition Year students were visited by Anna Keegan from Trócaire this week. She informed students of the work Trócaire engages in to help communities ...Students also received their certificates and badges for all their work over the Easter period.
Active Schools week at Presentation College culminated in Sports Day. While our sports day is infamous for the variety of events and the level of participation there are some serious elements and some records are set. The winners of the “Pres Mile” were ...
Dwayne Farrell who is the owner of Supreme Fitness, O'Brien Rd. gave a very informative talk to Sixth years on ‘Mind your Mind’ and the importance of regular exercise as part of ones life.
Students from Presentation College recently attended the regional Aloysius Foundation YSVP conference in the WIT Arena. They made a presentation and showcased the work they had done during the year. Katie Williams and the rest of the Presentation College SVP committee performed the song “Rise Up.”
Congratulations to Ms Mc Hugh and her team of Digital Champions who were recently recognised for their achievements at a reception at Google in Dublin.
Digital Champions 2019
Presentation College celebrated its first multi-cultural day on Thursday 2 May and was a celebration of the twenty-nine cultures in our school. Stephen Ng’ang’a who is the Campaigns and Advocacy Officer for the Immigrant Council of Ireland gave an inspiring talk to staff and students.....
Third Years had a fantastic day discovering and learning just before the Easter Holidays when they were brought by Ms Kinsella and Ms Brennan to Castlecomer Discovery Park. They conducted experiments and had a lovely day.
All First Years enjoyed a day of bonding, positivity and fun organised by their Meitheal Leaders and Ms Maher.
All Junior students attended workshops on Thursday. The actor Michael gave three very different workshops to each of the year groups. First Years enjoyed an anti-bullying drama called “The Bully Brady”. Second Years had an anti-drugs workshop called “Hooked” and Third Years were encouraged to live positively in their drama called “Breathe”.