Science Week

Science Week Workshop Science Week was the 14th – 20th of November. We went to the local library, The Source, on Friday the 18th for a Science Workshop. When we arrived there were three women stood in front of clear boxes filled with wires, markers, lights, bulbs and more. The three women were called Dr. Eleanor Walsh, a lecturer at Mary I, Maria who is a student at Mary I and Laura who was also a student from Mary I and a past pupil from our school. They introduced themselves and said ‘We don’t like to tell you what to Read more…

Halloween Fun!

Music greeted witches, skeletons and ghosts on Friday morning to mark the end of the first half of the school term and the start of the Halloween holiday. The children looked amazing in their costumes and one could only admire their creativity and willingness to be part of the fun. A great day was had by all the boys and girls. There was baking, disco dancing, pinata smashing and plenty of fun for all. Thanks to all the parents who encouraged the children to dress up and shared in the fun at the gate on the morning. We wish all Read more…

School Football League

Our annual School Footbal League took place this week. Four teams, named after the counties of Munster, played great football on the beautiful astro turf at the back of our school. We thank the secondary school for the use of this facility. Each team played each other before competing in two different finals. The Plate final saw Clare take on Tipperary. Only a goal separated the sides in the end with Clare coming out on top. The League final was won by Cork who narrowly beat Limerick in a game of quality and sportsmanship. We say thank you to all Read more…

Maths Week 2022

Last week we celebrated Maths Week. The children enjoyed a different Maths challenge each day. I must say a huge thank you to our wonderful team here in the Presentation who worked so hard all week to bring Maths to life in a fun and interactive way. Pupils also enjoyed Maths Trails, Bingo and a Maths Quiz. We hope the week helped the boys and girls to see Maths in a fun and real way. Perhaps at home you can ask your child to use their Maths Eyes to see numbers, shapes, times and measure all around your home. Here Read more…

Star Pupils

This month we focused on Kindness and Manners for our Star Pupil Awards. We value kindness and manners more than anything in the Pres and we were very impressed with the efforts of our boys and girls as they followed our school motto of Kind Hands, Kind Words, Kind Feet. Here are this month’s winners.