On a weekend when we take the opportunity to tell those around us how much we love them, the pupils of Presentation Primary School certainly showed off their love of art, science and fun! The week was made even more enjoyable when a blanket of snow brought out the inner child in all of us.
Here are this week’s highlights. At the end of this blog you will find a gallery of nearly 200 photos for you to enjoy.
We hope you all have a love filled weekend and we look forward to our mid-term next Thursday and Friday.
Many thanks to all our parents who completed our survey this week. The feedback is much appreciated and we were delighted to hear such positive and complimentary comments. We are equally grateful for all the suggestions and constructive comments.
This week’s highlights include an amazing effort by Junior Infants to Build a Bridge, some beautiful artwork, homemade musical instruments and more. We hope you enjoy them.
Here is this week’s collection of photos.
Our pupils certainly ended the Winter season with a Spring in their step this week! The quality of work has just been phenomenal – well done boys and girls (and mums and dads!!) Each and every photograph below will bring a smile to your face and we hope you enjoy this week’s highlights!
Well done boys and girls!! You are making us feel so proud. We look forward to seeing you this week at our Zoom meetings. This week Junior Infants enjoyed a Zoom call with their friends.
Ms. Ralph kindly created this lovely video of some of the great work done by First Class this week.
Finally here is a gallery of over 100 photos.
This week’s highlights include everything from yoga to Laundry Art, Rockets Ships to Snow Globes, Baking and even some home-made musical instruments.
The boys and girls have again done us proud and we are delighted to see you smiling your way through remote learning.
Here are this week’s highlights!
Here are over 100 photos of the week’s highlights.
Well done everyone. Can’t wait to see what happens next week!!!
Our second stint of Homeschooling is well and truly up and running at this stage and while we know our pupils all dearly miss their friends, their teachers and their school, they have not let this dampen their spirits or stop them from learning and showing off their wonderful talents.
We are delighted with how well our pupils (and parents!) have engaged with Seesaw since we closed. Here are some of the highlights which are proof that you, our pupils, are just amazing people! Well done and keep up the great work!
Well done everyone! I will update this blog as more photos arrive.
Here is a collection of all the photos above and more…
Stay Safe and we can’t wait to see you all back in the Presentation soon!
As we begin our second run at Distance Learning I want to wish all our families the very best for the coming weeks. The teachers and staff worked hard all week and throughout the weekend in preparation for Distance Learning and we thank them for their dedication and commitment to ensuring our children have a positive and beneficial experience over the next three weeks.
Distance Learning will require your support at home and we hope that it is not too stressful for anyone. Please only do what is possible for your family to do. We understand every family situation is different and we only want to help keep your child’s schooling alive during this closure. Contact us if you require any extra support or advice and we will gladly assist in any way we can.
We also ask that you check Seesaw and Aladdin each day for assigned work and announcements. In Aladdin, work will be assigned by some teachers in the Homework section.
Check out our website and social media platforms each Friday for some of the weeks highlights.
Good Luck! Stay Safe.
Christmas is simply a magical time to be in a primary school. This week the children enjoy some wonderful experiences and hopefully are feeling the Christmas spirit of joy and fun.
Classes enjoyed making Gingerbread and fudge in our kitchen. Children also recorded their very special Christmas Shows to share with thier parents via our YouTube channel. But the highlight of the week had to be the visit form the one and old Santa Claus! This brought absolute joy and amazement to the classrooms and we thank Santa for taking time from his very busy schedule to visit us here in the Pres!
Here are some collages of the main events but at the end of this post is the whole collection of photos from the week that was Christmas!