We bid farewell to Class of 2015

Posted on May 23, 2015 Posted under - Picture, Post

A mix of emotions swept through Presentation Secondary School last Thursday as our Leaving Certificate students said goodbye to what has been their second home for five or six years now. There was excitement for what lies ahead but also a loneliness at the thought of leaving behind friends, teachers, and amazing memories. Fr Patrick […]

Presentation Secondary School celebrate excellence at their Awards Ceremony

Posted on May 22, 2015 Posted under - Picture, Post

The annual award ceremony at Presentation Secondary School, Mitchelstown took place on May 7th. This is a particularly special day in the calendar for our school, where we get the chance to celebrate and showcase the talents and ability of our students and honour the girls in so many areas of the school’s endeavours – […]

Great success for Presentation’s 5Km Fun run

Posted on May 17, 2015 Posted under - Picture, Post

Last week saw our school’s 5km fun run/walk in aid of the school’s development fund. Thanks to all of you who supported this event and turned out in large numbers to participate. A very special thank you to members of our Parents’ Association, Galtee runners, our Transition Year students, staff, photographer Gerard O’Sullivan and everyone […]

Transition Year students at SciFest

Posted on April 27, 2015 Posted under - Picture, Post

Five students represented Presentation Secondary School, Mitchelstown in the eight annual SciFest at CIT, on the 17th April. The competition offered the students the opportunity to showcase their scientific expertise, and gain valuable experience by competing against 26 different schools in Cork City and County. The Students presented on their “Blue Skies” project of a […]

PresActiv8 continues

Posted on April 26, 2015 Posted under - Picture, Post

PresActiv8 kick started many weeks ago and due to popular demand, it will continue for the rest of the school year! It is an initiative incorporating fitness, healthy eating and positive mental health. Students begun the program by completing the ‘bleep test’ in their P.E. classes. The test will be repeated at the end of […]

Pres students visit DePuy Synthes

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A group of Transition Year and 5th year science students visited DePuy Synthes on Thursday April 23rd. The students were given a presentation by Jim Mc Grath, head of the Innovation Centre about careers in science and engineering. He also gave the students an insight into the work carried out at DePuy Synthes in Cork. […]

Transition Year Students and Psychslam

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Transition students went to UCC to compete against others schools in describing a topic in psychology in a fun and engaging way. Topics ranged from ‘why do some people love to be scared by horror films’ or ‘Can online friendships be real’ or even ‘does playing video games make you smarter. Emer O Mahony, Megan […]

Presentation Students attend CEIST leadership conference

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The inaugural CEIST student leadership conference was held recently in St. Patrick’s college, Dublin. Jade Quirke (Head Girl), Clodagh Hyland and Laura Guerin (Student Council members) represented Presentation Secondary School, Mitchelstown. These girls were chosen to attend as they demonstrate strong leadership qualities within the school. It is students in our schools today that will […]

Show Racism the Red Card

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‘Laundry is the only thing that should be separated by colour’ Ms Lally and the Transition Year students from Presentation Secondary School Mitchelstown worked on the Show Racism the Red Card program researching and learning about Racism, stereotypes, bullying, integration. On completion of their research they wanted to highlight the fact that colour is only […]

Pres Mitchelstown sends best wishes to our sporting stars

Posted on March 28, 2015 Posted under - Picture, Post

A big week ahead for many of our students. We would like to wish the very best of luck to Orla Desmond (2nd Year) who is representing Ireland in the Cycling Youth Tour of Scotland, Cayleigh O’Neill (1st Year) who is dancing in the World Championships in Montreal, Valerie Clancy (2nd Year) who is representing […]