Presentation College Student Council held a 'No Uniform Day' on 24th September with all proceeds donated to ISPCC. It was a very successful day and thanks to the generous contributions of our school community, a total of over €1,250 was raised. Photos show our Fifth and Sixth Year helpers on the day. The cheque is held by Student Council Chairperson and Secretary.
Voting is important. Before one can vote one must register and the following link will give students valuable information on how and when to do this. In the past there were many groups of people who were not allowed to have a vote. People who will be 18 years of age by the 15th February 2022 should register to vote. Please click on the link (in red) and find out how you can have a voice in the future. English Information Poster on Voting Registration
On Wednesday 22nd September nineteen young people from Graiguecullen/Killeshin parish received their Heather Cowan Award. This is the third year the parish and Cowen family have presented the awards in memory of a very special young person Heather Cowan, who passed away three years ago. Presentation College has had recipients of this Award each year. This year the recipients are: Ben Hovenden Damian Korus Jodie Dooley Salter. We would like to thank them for their service to their school and parish....
We are delighted to have a wonderful new facility for staff, students and the many groups who use our school facilities outside of school hours. We would encourage people to avail of the facility and to consider cycling even once a week.
There will be a zoom session for Parents on how they can help the Student with Dyslexia at second level on Monday 11th October at 7.00. The zoom format allows parents from all over the country attend and it is very time effective for them.
Dyslexia Parent's Zoom 11th October
Presentation College was delighted to welcome Mr. Robert Henneberg from the German Embassy to our school on Monday 13th September. Whether for travel, education, pleasure or employment, Mr. Henneberg, who speaks fluent English, French and Irish in addition to his native language of German, assured students that it will always be of value to work on one's language skills. There are of course increased opportunities in life for those who speak several languages. We would like to thank the German Embassy for valuing the importance of the young learners of German and French by supporting them with the interesting and educational visit and the gift of books..click on the heading for the full report and photos.
Our Meitheal Leaders have been an amazing support helping our First Year students settle in. Thank you all for your help and kindness in helping our school community.