Enterprise Wins in Mallow 16.03.18

Posted on March 20, 2018 Posted under - Post

On Friday 16th March, three of our school mini-companies competed at the Schools Enterprise Trade Fair in Mallow. Judges put each of the companies through their paces on the day and we were deligthed to learn that three of our teams were awarded prizes; Best Interview (Senior), Best Overall Company (Intermediate) and Best Overall Company (Junior). Congratulations to the teams and to their Business teacher, Ms Lynch on their success.





Parents Council Meeting Agenda 20.03.18

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Parents Council Meeting Tuesday 20th March 2018

Child Safeguarding Statement

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Child Safeguarding Statement 2018

Annie 2018

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Many thanks to Ms Healy for capturing the many memorable moments from this year’s musical.

Christmas Market 2017

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The school was bubbling with entrepreneurial energy on Wednesday 29th December when our 1st, 2nd and 5th year students set out their stalls for their annual commercial venture. The venue was decorated in all the festive colours and Christmas music provided the soundtrack as bargain-seeking students bought anything from candles and Christmas cards… to cookies or crepes. As well as generating profit for the students’ businesses, many of the the stalls were working to raise money for charities too; Autism Ireland and Cork Penny Dinners to name but a few. Well done to all involved and a special word of thanks to Ms Lynch and the Transition Years for organising such an enjoyable event.

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Other Areas Of Learning Survey

Posted on November 26, 2017 Posted under - Post

Other Areas Of Learning Survey



Parents Council Survey 3rd April 2017

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The National Parents Council post primary (NPCpp) has, for a long time now, pursued our policy to give Parents a strong voice in the education of our children.


The Department of Education and Skills has now proposed some changes to the legislation in our educational system – They are introducing a Parent and Student Charter Bill 2016 which will determine the parents’ role in education for many years to come.


This Bill will require every school to consult with and involve parents and students more in the running of the school, and to publish and operate a Parent and Student Charter.


NPCpp welcomes this positive step and the recognition it brings to parental involvement in the education of our children.


Minister Richard Bruton has directed that parents be consulted through NPCpp and we have created the attached survey to ensure that we can properly reflect what you would like to see being implemented through the Charter.


Your thoughts and ideas are crucial! So please take a few minutes (10-15 max) to complete and return your response.


Please click on this link to have your voice heard:




Help us to reach out to as many parents as possible – Please share this survey with your friends, family and other parents in your school.


Thank you!


National Parents Council post primary


Parents Council Update 3rd April 2017

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Registration opens at 9.30am


The programme of events will include:

Parents Charter


Cyber Bullying and Mental Health


For more details click  Spring_Seminar



Parents Council News: Feb. 15th 2017

Posted on February 14, 2017 Posted under - Post
Hi All!

We published our first issue of online newsletter for parents today – have a look!


Thank you for your continuous support of National Parents Council post primary and stay in touch!


Barbora Korandova
General Manager

National Parents’ Council pp
Unit 6 Building 125
Omni Park Shopping Centre
Dublin 9

Annual Conference & AGM –  Saturday, February 25th 2017

The AGM of The Federation of Catholic Secondary Schools Parent Associations will be held on Saturday February 25th 2017 at the Maldron Hotel, Portlaoise.

During the AGM, a workshop will be facilitated to discuss the Parent Charter and feedback from school representatives will be collected; an agenda  and a form for attendees can be found below.

Presentation Goes Orange – 17th Feb

Posted on February 13, 2017 Posted under - Post

In support of the Cycle Against Suicide campaign, Presentation Secondary School will embrace the colour orange on Friday 17th February. We will have a Zumbathon to encourage everybody to get active and ask students to wear something orange in support of the cause.