This week over forty Third Years are experiencing a trip of a lifetime to Paris. More news later.
On Tuesday, 10th January Presentation College hosted a German Cultural Event for students from three different schools that took place in the Visual in Carlow, Gingerbread men were baked by Aoife and Clodagh for the over 150 participants. For more details and photos, just click on the heading.
This week a large group of Transition Years have travelled to Germany. We wish them a safe and enjoyable trip. This photo is from Cologne and is in front of the famous cathedral.
These pictures are from the Third National Championship for Kyujutsu in Germany. Many countries participated, mainly Germany, Ireland and England. Two Irish dojo’s attended. Ireland brought back many rewards from the tournament. Our dojo also won the second best Clan award. We did three different types of shooting. Speed shooting, precision shooting and tower shooting. For photos and more information, please click on the heading.
Our Annual Awards Prize-Giving Ceremony took place recently to recognise all the achievements by our students both academically and through extra-curricular activities throughout the year.
The awards ranged from Sporting Achievements, Musician of the Year, Student of the Year, AILO/AIPO, Student Council, CEIST, Bridin Quinn, Amanda O'Mahony Memorial German Award.
It was very uplifting to recognise the continuous hard work being done by all our staff and students both inside and outside of the classroom, particularly during a most difficult year.
We congratulate all our worthy award winner recipients and thank them for always representing themselves and our school with such pride and honour. We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours. Click HERE for information on the awards and photos.
What a better way to start our new term than with our traditional Semaine Française!
We kickstarted the day with Speed dating en Français for Fifth Years, while Transition Years learned about the traditional French boules game and then braved the cold to try it out for themselves. Photos and more news to follow. 🇫🇷