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  • Academic Awards

    Leaving Certificate 2021

  • Academic Excellence

    Junior Cycle 2021

  • Prefects

    Supporting our school community.

  • Gaisce Awards

    Outstanding achievement.

  • Meitheal Leaders

    Vibrant school community.

  • Blood Brothers

    This year's musical was a huge success.

  • Basketball Champions 2019

     

  • All Ireland Champions 2017

    Minor Girls and Senior Boys Relay Teams.

Our Mission Statement

 
Presentation College is, by choice, a truly co-educational school. We aim to prepare all of our pupils, girls and boys alike for the challenges, responsibilities and experience of adult life. All members of the school community - pupils, parents, teachers and other staff - are held in very high regard and their dignity, worth and individuality is respected. We strive to build a sense of community based on Christian values. The school’s Code of Conduct acknowledges this and aims to promote a culture of respect throughout the school. It recognises that good discipline enables good teaching and allows good learning to take place.

Latest News

Ladies Win their Quarter Final


Congratulations to our Ladies who won 6-8 -6:2 against Meanscoil Gharman today. Presentation College is now through to the Leinster Semi Final. Click on the heading for more photos. 



03/12/2021 13:36 | Presentation College

Sponsored Walk


The Prefects will take part in a Sponsored 5km Christmas Walk in Aid of Holy Angels Day Care Centre on Thursday 9th December. All donations are greatly appreciated. 
02/12/2021 12:18 | Presentation College

Ralph Our Wellbeing-dog


Ralph our Wellbeing-dog is proving very popular among both students and staff. He is loving all the attention and affection. He is sitting here in front of our Nano Nagle tapestry ready to welcome students to school.

02/12/2021 10:13 | Presentation College

Soccer


Our under fifteen boys played their first league game on Friday against CBS Carlow. The players showed great skill, strength and stamina and the game ended with a 1-1 draw.



01/12/2021 11:29 | Presentation College

Cycle Safety Programme


Twenty-four Fifth Year students completed the three week Cycle Right programme this week run by South East Cycle safety and supported by the Green Schools initiative. This is our second year working on the  Travel Theme as part of our Green Schools Programme. We have also been successful in becoming an #andshecycles Ambassador school for the second year. We encourage all our new cyclists to 'be a part of the solution, not of the pollution'. Congratulations to Amy, Anna and Tara - our new Cycle Ambassadors. 

 

24/11/2021 23:51 | Presentation College
Announcements

Annual Admission Notice for 2022-2023

Applications for First Year 2022-2023 are being accepted between October 1st and October 22nd. 

Please read our Annual Admission Notice for 2022-2023 for the full details.

 


 

Dyslexia - Zoom Webinar for Parents

There will be a Zoom webinar for parents on October 11th. Attached is the link to register and also some information on Dyslexia.

Dyslexia Parent's Zoom 11th October     Dyslexia - Factsheets for Second Level Schools 2021

 

 


 

Reopening Presentation College - August 2021

Reopening Presentation College - Student and Parent Briefing Document 2021-2022 


 

Decision of the Press Council of Ireland

The Board of Management welcomes the decisions of the Press Ombudsman and the Press Council of Ireland upholding the complaint of the Board of Management against The Nationalist concerning its reporting of school assemblies last November.

 

It was determined that The Nationalist breached Principle 1 (Truth and Accuracy) and Principle 2 (Distinguishing Fact and Comment) of the Code of Practice of the Press Council of Ireland. The full decision can be accessed at the following link: Press Ombudsman and Press Council of Ireland Decision - Presentation College, Carlow v The Nationalist

 

The Board of Management would like to sincerely thank all those who stood by our school community during this difficult time - for the support we received  from within our school community, local community and further afield.

 


 

Additional Accommodation Approval

The Board of Management is very pleased to welcome the approval by the Department of Education and Skills of substantial additional accommodation for our school, based on a long term projected enrolment of one thousand students. 

 

This approval by the Department of Education and Skills is testament to the progression and development of the school over recent years and is a strong indicator of the reputation and status of the school moving forward. The provision of the additional accommodation will ease the annual oversubscription for places in our school and will enhance the top-class facilities already available to students.

 

The additional accommodation includes thirteen general classrooms, Staffroom, Multimedia Room, Music Room, DCG Room, Construction Studies Room, Technology Room, Textiles Room, two Science Laboratories, Pastoral Offices and associated circulation areas, student locker spaces and toilets.

 

Our school community looks forward, with excitement and anticipation, to the further development of Presentation College.

 


 

Statement re School - PE Uniform Regulations

The rules concerning the correct wearing of our school uniform have not changed since previous years, other than the introduction of a half-zip top for First Year students this year.

 

Students are regularly reminded of school rules and regulations at Assembly.

 

The school continues to look after the pastoral care needs of all students through its excellent Pastoral Care/Student Support systems in the school.

 

Any queries in relation to the above from parents or students will be dealt with in the normal way through the usual school channels.

 

Link to Principal's Interview on RTÉ's Morning Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presentation College Carlow

Presentation College, Carlow

The school is a co-educational Catholic voluntary secondary school which caters for pupils of all religions and backgrounds. We aim to provide our pupils with an education that equips them for life and living in the modern world. We aim to challenge students to share with us the Christian vision of life. We have drawn up a Mission Statement that describes the kind of school we wish to be. We hope that every member of the school community will attempt to live by it and we intend that all of our decisions are informed by it and our school development plans based on it.

Upcoming Events

Staff Day (No school for students)


Wednesday 8 December 2021
 

School Closed / Holidays


Thursday 23 December 2021
 

Staff Day (No school for students)


Thursday 6 January 2022
 

School Closed / Holidays


Monday 21 February 2022
 

JCT Cluster Day (No school for students)


Wednesday 9 March 2022
 

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